Clarence Car Show draws a crowd

NEARLY 300 cars of varying makes and models were on display at North Lindisfarne Primary School last month when the Lions Club of Clarence hosted its fifth annual Clarence Car Show.

A veritable treasure trove for vintage vehicle enthusiasts, this year’s show featured the widest variety of cars since the event’s inception, as well as a few motorbikes thrown in.

This even included a heavily modified VW with the engine in the front.

The barbecue was busy all day long serving snags and egg and bacon rolls, with all funds raised on the day going to Lions’ disaster relief programs.

The recent bushfires across Tasmania and the devastating floods in Queensland have left a lot of families in need of help from Lions.

The Clarence Lions Club would like to thank the owners of all the cars for coming and making the car show such a success, as well as a special thank you to everyone who came to look.

Caption: Nearly 300 cars were on show at the fifth annual Clarence Car Show.

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