MOTOR BEAUTY: Tammy Kavney in front of her Volkswagen Kombi, and Randal Morris with his father's Ford T-Bucket Hot Rod.
MOTOR BEAUTY: Tammy Kavney in front of her Volkswagen Kombi, and Randal Morris with his father's Ford T-Bucket Hot Rod. Michael Doyle

Old motors to shine at Creekside Markets

STYLE, power and beauty are just some words to describe the cars which will be on show in Dalby next month.

The Creekside Markets, hosted by Dalby State School, will be held on Saturday, September 1 and this year there is something for the motor-enthusiasts.

The show and shine vehicle display is hoped to attract new patrons to the market, while also encourage a new wave of motor enthusiasts.

Randal Morris said the display allows himself and other lovers of vehicles to express their passion with the community.

"I just love handle bars, steering wheels and anything with a motor,” Mr Morris said.

"I am hoping we can share our passion and excitement with others.”

Dalby State School teacher Tammy Kavney, said the shine and show will add another layers to the popular annual market.

"People have come to the Creekside Markets and found the guys have had little to do,” she said.

"We hope this will encourage people with old cars in sheds to bring them out and appreciate them.”


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