Rev heads indulge at Horsepower in the Hills Bike and Car Show

All proceeds from Horsepower in the Hills was donated to Walliston Primary School.
All proceeds from Horsepower in the Hills was donated to Walliston Primary School.

The event included more than 200 much-loved bikes and cars on display.

Entrants included everything from a 1910 Fuller buggy (crank start) to Falcon Coupes (XA XB XC), a 1957 Chev limo, an EH Holden limo, hot rods, Monaros, Mustangs and everything in between.

Entry for participating car and bike owners was by donation, and for spectators it was a gold coin, with proceeds donated to Walliston Primary School.

Children were able to climb in and have a sit in the Sugar Smith Racing and LJ Holden dragsters.

Displays and competitions included a tyre changing competition (fastest time was 1.06 minutes), people�s choice and the school principal�s choice.

Principal Bernie O�Hara entered his ownmotorbike, judged the competition and spent the morning chatting with car owners.

Key to the success of the event was the volunteer effort from the Wally Boys Racing Crew and the Walliston Primary School families.

Money raised will go towards a shade structure over the junior playground, resurfacing of netball and basketball courts (which are also used by community sporting clubs), books and computing equipment.