Revheads rejoice! Classic cars and capuccinos are back on the menu in Griffith.
After a year off due to the pandemic, the Expatriates Auto Club has set Sunday, March 14 as the return date for the popular Coffee and Cars event.
From 10am on the date, the carpark behind Southside Leagues Club will be filled with vintage vehicles and local car nuts, all in the name of raising money for charity.
EAC President Stephen Brown said he was glad to get things rolling again after a disappointing year in 2020.
"It's excellent to be back running it because we've missed out on a whole year of donating money to the charities," Mr Brown said.
Hopefully we'll get a big roll out.Stephen Brown, EAC President
"Everyone's cars were parked up for nearly 12 months which was pretty upsetting.
"Now we're up and about so hopefully we'll get a big roll out."
There is a gold coin entry fee, as well as a $10 fee to bring your car in and a $5 fee for motorbikes.
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Mr Brown said cars would be coming from all over the region, and they will be making sure there is plenty of stuff for people to do.
"You can come down grab a coffee, grab an egg and bacon roll and have a wander around to look at all the beautiful cars we've got in the area," he said.
"We've got eveything from hot rods, classics, vintage, motorbikes and modern day cars all done up."
There will also be a jumping castle at the event.