The Great Western Show and Shine street party celebrates its third year of revving engines and hearts on January 25.
The free family-friendly event on Cubbitt Street beside the Great Western Pub will feature Australian classics and international trucks and cars.
Great Western publican Bruce Ahchow said the event was becoming a favourite for car and motorbike enthusiasts and was only getting better with the inclusion of a truck section this year.
"The event started three years ago after a car club visited the hotel and the event has just grown from there," he said.
"For half a century Linfox trucks have been going up and down the Western Highway through Great Western and we are very excited to have some of the fully restored trucks on display."
Mick Best who works on special projects for Linfox said he would bring three trucks from the collection including 'Number One', the first-ever truck owned by Lindsay Fox, a 1956 Ford Tray.
"I'm also transporting an International R190. These trucks were considered 'Kings of the Road' in the '60s and '70s," he said.
"The R190 would have been the trucks that were going up and down the Western Highway for 10-15 years.
"Five or six years ago, Lindsay was in the USA and found the R190 Firetruck in Illinois. He brought it back from the states and it's been restored 110 per cent. It's an amazing rig," Mr Best said.
Entry is free with categories including Best Truck, Best Classic Vehicle, Best Muscle Car, Best Classic Motorcycle, Best Sport, Motorcycle, Best Ladies Vehicle, Best Original Unrestored and Peoples Choice. Children could enjoy a jumping castle and face painting, while street buskers are welcome.
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