The 10th annual Forbes Motor Show being held this October long weekend, promises to be a great day out for the whole family.
There will be a wide range of attractions starting with show stopping displays of cars, trucks and motorbikes. There will also be a V8 simulator, the Snake Man and a demonstration by the State Emergency Service cutting up a car to extract those inside.
For those wishing to enter the show, there are 20 car categories including Best Classic Car, Best Paintwork and Champion of Show. Motorbikes have four categories including Best Custom Bike and Best Sport Bike. There are seven truck categories including Best Working Truck and Best Display Truck.
A barbecue will be run by the Wirinya
Group and there will be food, coffee and ice cream stalls. There will also be stalls offering car memorabilia, clothing and plants.
Committee member Jill Kay believes it’s a show not to be missed, “I am very biased, as I have been on the Committee for 10 years, but we believe and have been told by entrants that we are one of the best mo- tor shows in the west.”
Entry is $2 per adult and $1 per child. Monies raised will be donated to local charities Forbes Breast Cancer Support Group, Forbes Men’s Shed and Forbes Eisteddfod. The Motor Show is on this Sunday from 10am – 2pm at South Circle Drive.