Hot rods show dad he’s one of a kind

West Coast Street Rod Club president Neil Gibb with a 1923 Ford T Bird.
West Coast Street Rod Club president Neil Gibb with a 1923 Ford T Bird.

The Father’s Day Hot Rod Show will have a collection of vintage and unique cars on display for local motor enthusiasts.

West Coast Street Rod Club president Neil Gibb said the annual event started over 23 years ago and was held on Father’s Day to give dads a day out they would enjoy.

‘There will be between 50 and 100 cool hot rods, customs and some very different machines that guys turn into their very own one-of-a-kind vehicle,’ he said.

‘It is a chance to get up close to the cars and their owners, also an opportunity to talk to the traders who build the cars, as well as get more information on how to build one for yourself.’

The Father’s Day Hot Rod Show is on September 7 from 10am-4pm at St Patricks Primary School.

Tickets are $2 for children and $5 for adults and can be purchased at the gate.