HOT rods, fire engines and even racing lawn mowers are gearing up to feature at the 2017 National Transport Museum Motor Show.
And this year the annual show is set to be bigger and better than ever.
“All the various car enthusiast clubs from Inverell and outlying towns come along,” National Transport Museum president Kevin Dunn said.
“The Inverell Motorcycle Restorers Club puts on a display and we’ll also have a jumping castle for the kids, we have a model railway and a double-decker bus.
“We get the service clubs coming to help out and this year we’ve got the racing lawn mower club.”
Museum volunteer Gil Robson has been helping to organise the show for around three years and said every show keeps getting bigger.
“I’ve been volunteering here for a few years and I really like it,” Mr Robson said.
“We get people from all places including overseas and they’re always quite impressed.”
The Motor Show will be held on Sunday March 5.