A pin-up competition complemented the seventh annual Grampians Rod Run at Halls Gap at the weekend.
Almost 170 vehicles participated in the rod run, which attracted fans of customised and hot rod cars.
The event started on Friday night and continued until Sunday.
People travelled from across Victoria and Adelaide for the rod run.
Co-ordinator Andrew Hobbs said the event was a boost for Halls Gap businesses.
"The Halls Gap Hotel did an unbelievable job to provide lunch for almost 400 people in a short time," he said.
"They were pretty impressive.
"There was nothing but praise from everyone.
"It's good a Halls Gap business could do that and keep the money in town."
Other events included night-time entertainment from an Ararat band in Centenary Hall and a Saturday morning cruise.
"We were going to go to Mt William, but could not because of the fires," Mr Hobbs said.
"So we went to Reids Lookout in the morning.
"In the afternoon on Saturday there was a pin-up competition.
"It was like a fashion parade, with 1940s, 1950s and 1960s style outfits.
"There were three different categories and it was well received."
Mr Hobbs said the event's first pin-up competition was so successful that organisers would expand it for next year's rod run.
"It gave the girls something to do and the blokes liked the spring wear too," he said.
"Sunday's Show and Shine also raised money for Stawell State Emergency Service volunteers.
"Then we had presentations for the five best cars."