Locals and tourists alike will roll into Yass on Saturday, November 2 for the town's biggest classic car show.
Classic Yass is back for its 14th year and entries to the classic car display are already pouring in.
The event is staged every year on the first Saturday of November and hosted by Yass Antique Motor Club.
"Some of the must-see entries already received include a 1934 Frazer Nash, a 1927 Overland Whippet Tourer and 1948 Armstrong Siddeley," club president Keiran Laurent said.
"Of course, there are also a huge array of Holdens, Fords, Chryslers, Volkswagens, Minis, MGs, Packards, Triumphs, Austins, Volvos, Rileys, Chevs and Alfas. The list just goes on and on," Mr Laurent said.
Bikes, military vehicles and historic racing cars are also welcome.
Car entries for the 2019 event close on Friday, October 18, so local car enthusiasts should hurry to get their pre-1980 vehicles in to guarantee a parking spot among the vehicles already entered.
The very impressive array of classic cars will be mustered on Saturday morning and the display will be open for free from 10am to 4pm.
"The Classic Yass Facebook page is displaying some of the cars attending this year's event and a list of all our fantastic sponsors," Mr Laurent said.
"It's fair to say that Classic Yass would not be possible without the generous support of local businesses providing sponsorship every year," he said.
This year is also shaping up to be another memorable event for families, with the vintage fashion parade, live music and dance, markets and food.
The Tribune will print a program of events for this year's Classic Yass in the Friday, November 1 edition.