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The Tatura Show and Shine on Sun­day was the big­gest held since the event’s be­gin­nings five years ago.

Or­gan­ised by the Goul­burn Val­ley Fins and Fend­ers Car Club, pres­i­dent Jody Vinci­to­rio said they had 250 cars and mo­tor­bikes en­tered in the event this year.

‘‘That was up from 80 last year,’’ he said.

With al­most 2000 peo­ple go­ing through the gate, Mr Vinci­to­rio said they ex­pected the event to get big­ger each year.

‘‘It is a gold coin en­try and $5 to en­ter your car or mo­tor­bike,’’ he said.

‘‘The money we raise gets poured back into the Tatura com­mu­nity.’’

Held at the Tatura Race­course, Mr Vinci­to­rio said the weather was per­fect for the event.

Fireys on scene: Jeff Alexan­der and Trevor Franklin from Tatura Fire Brigade.

Shiny pair: Rachael and Chris Pegg from Murchi­son with their 1928 Ford Road­ster and 1938 Chev pick-up.

Look­ing the goods: Gra­ham Tidd from Shep­par­ton with his 1928 Ford Model A ute, decked out as a de­liv­ery truck.

Dou­ble de­light: Gerry and Trudy Kleyn-Hes­selink from Murchi­son showed their two Mor­rises at the week­end.

Lit­tle red Corvette: Michael He­hir from Shep­par­ton with his 1973 Corvette.

Clas­sic ride: Den­nis Hooker from Nu­murkah with his 1938 Ford Coupe.

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