ADVERTISING FEATURE: Classic cars’ time to shine at Motorama

CLASSIC: Bill Kalb took out the Don Barrett Trophy (Best of Show) winner at last year's Tilligerry Motorama with his 1937 Oldsmobile 6 Cylinder 1 Tonne Utility.

CLASSIC: Bill Kalb took out the Don Barrett Trophy (Best of Show) winner at last year's Tilligerry Motorama with his 1937 Oldsmobile 6 Cylinder 1 Tonne Utility.

Vintage, classic and custom cars, muscle cars, motorbike and much much more will be on display at the 2017 Tilligerry Motorama this Sunday at Tilligerry RSL and Sports Club grounds.

ATTRACTIONS: Last year's Tilligerry Motorama featured 505 cars and 15 motor bikes and trikes on display for all to inspect and drool over.

ATTRACTIONS: Last year's Tilligerry Motorama featured 505 cars and 15 motor bikes and trikes on display for all to inspect and drool over.

Hosted by Tilligerry Auto Club each year, the popular events draws motoring enthusiasts from around the state revved up with passion for restored vehicles.

If it’s got wheels you can expect to see it at TM, with over 600 cars worth many millions of dollars ranging from vintage autos dating back to  the 1920s,  average family cars from  every decade through to now, American muscle cars, hotrods and Euro sport cars. 

BIGGER: The event has come a long way from the eight cars and seven men who showed their love of vehicles with a bucket to collect money for charity back in 2006.

BIGGER: The event has come a long way from the eight cars and seven men who showed their love of vehicles with a bucket to collect money for charity back in 2006.

“It’s all about the individual passion,” club president Ian Jones.

All proceeds are donated to the Paediatric Oncology unit at John Hunter Hospital.

“We  had our biggest year to date last year, donating $16,800 to the Paediatric Oncology Unit of the John Hunter Children’s Hospital,” Mr Jones said.

“That takes our fundraising to over $100,000 which lives up to Tilligerry Motorama’s slogan ‘Passion for Charity’.

“We’re hoping to better that amount this year.”

There will be a number of major raffles through the day featuring great fuel card prizes, plus live music, food and beverages, activities for the kids and market stalls.

Show cars start arriving at 7am, with a $10 per car charge.

The public gate opens at 9am and cost to spectator’s is a gold coin – no gold coin, no entry as it is not a donation. Judging will be done at 1pm and raffles drawn 1.15pm.

For information ring 4982 3703 or email secretary@tilligerryautoclubinc.com.

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