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Classics set for Noosa this weekend

CLASSIC DAY: Retro setup with a 1947 Morgan 4/4 at the Noosa Beach Classic Car Club's annual show at Noosa Heads last year
CLASSIC DAY: Retro setup with a 1947 Morgan 4/4 at the Noosa Beach Classic Car Club's annual show at Noosa Heads last year Iain Curry

REGARDED as the East Coast's most prestigious all-makes show, this Sunday's Noosa Classic Car Show is a must-see for local car enthusiasts.

Hosted by the Noosa Beach Classic Car Club, organisers expect to have over 200 cars on display of all marques and vintage.

Included is an original 1922 Bugatti Type 13 which will be one of the oldest on show, while Pacific Jaguar is showing box-fresh moderns in the shape of its F-Type sports car and all-new XE sedan.

The new Jags will join a host of classics as the British manufacturer will be Marque of the Year, so a bevvy of XKs and E-Types are entered.

Excellent turnout in perfect weather at the Noosa Beach Classic Car Club's annual show at Noosa Heads. Photo: Iain Curry / Sunshine Coast Daily
Excellent turnout in perfect weather at the Noosa Beach Classic Car Club's annual show at Noosa Heads. Photo: Iain Curry / Sunshine Coast Daily Iain Curry

Previous years has also welcomed race cars, American muscle, hot rods, European sports and tourers and the best of Australian classics too. A few custom and classic bikes will also make an appearance this year.

Noosa Car Club spokesman Noel St John-Wood said he expected the Noosa show - near shopping strip Hastings St - to be its biggest ever.

"It's the atmosphere that keeps bringing people back, plus the diverse range of cars, the location and all the enthusiasts to talk to," he said.  

Race-spec 1979 Porsche 911 SC at the Noosa Beach Classic Car Club's annual show at Noosa Heads. Photo: Iain Curry / Sunshine Coast Daily
Race-spec 1979 Porsche 911 SC at the Noosa Beach Classic Car Club's annual show at Noosa Heads. Photo: Iain Curry / Sunshine Coast Daily Iain Curry

Vital statistics

What? Noosa Beach Classic Car Show 2015.

When? Sunday October 4 9am-3pm

Where? Noosa Heads Lions Park (corner of Noosa Pde and Noosa Dr).

How much? Adults $10, under 14s free.

Show my car? $25 (includes driver and passenger), must be in place before 9am.

More info? noosacarclub.com.au  

1932 Ford Raodster at the Noosa Beach Classic Car Club's annual show at Noosa Heads. Photo: Iain Curry / Sunshine Coast Daily
1932 Ford Raodster at the Noosa Beach Classic Car Club's annual show at Noosa Heads. Photo: Iain Curry / Sunshine Coast Daily Iain Curry

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