Todd Johnston, Rodney Day and Andrew Draper with other participants preparing for the car show to be held at Black Beach on Sunday. Picture: ROBERT PEETSouth Coast revheads will support the Bendigo Bank Aerial Patrol again on Sunday with a bumper car show fund-raiser at Kiama.
The EJ-EH Holden Owners Club of Southern NSW will host its 17th show at Black Beach on Sunday morning, with entry fees to benefit the aerial patrol.
‘‘It will be anything from bikes to hot rods, any make or model,’’ club member Andrew Draper said.
‘‘It’s great to get the car out and enjoy other people’s cars, to see what everyone else has been doing.’’
Display entry fees of $25, as well as gold coin donations from spectators, will go towards the aerial patrol as it gears up for another busy summer in the skies.
Holden club treasurer Matthew Sharman said the organisation had raised thousands of dollars over the years for numerous charities across the region.
‘‘It is already promising to be our biggest event in 17 years,’’ he said.
Display vehicle entry starts from 7am, with spectator entry from 9am.
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