Rev-heads from across the region turned out along Banna Avenue as Griffith's Biggest Lap took over the main street, showcasing vehicles of every shape and size as part of fundraising for charity.
The event, now in its eighth year, saw 500 vehicles of all shapes, makes and ages hit the pavement to help raise funds for Can Assist and Riding for the Disabled.
Banna Avenue was shut between 4pm and 8.30pm to allow for the event, which raised $14,000 for charity last year.
The main parade kicked off at 6pm on Saturday, with vehicles doing laps of the main street for more than two hours, with crowds lining the street to join in with the festivities.
This year's event had a cap of 500 vehicles due to logistical reasons, after more than 600 vehicles turned up to last year's Biggest Lap.
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