Stawell residents had the rare opportunity to witness a procession of classic cars roll into town on Thursday.
Up to 49 vehicles from 1918 to 1930 were parked outside the Pickers Market Stawell, offering passers by a chance to feast their eyes on the vintage car collection.
It was part of the Federation of Veteran Vintage Classic Vehicle Car Clubs, which travels over 1000 kilometres and finishes at RACV’s Goldfields resort in Creswick.
The models on show included LaSalle, Nash, Crosley, Buick, Studebaker, Austin, Ford and Oldsmobile.
Pickers Market Stawell co-owner Anthea Perry said her carpark looked “fabulous” with all the classic cars lined up.
“It was really exciting- all the cars looked beautiful,” she said.
“It’s always great when these sorts of clubs come through.
“It was a unique rally- the only one of its kind in Australia, so we were really fortunate to have it in the area.”
Residents also took to social media reporting sightings of the cars travelling along the Western Highway.
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