A record number of vehicles were displayed in all their motorised might at the 2018 Outta the Shed Car and Bike Show.
Outta the Shed president Jodee Marsh said 178 vehicles were displayed, with the Show experiencing a larger turnout than ever before.
“It was a successful day, we had a record-breaking number of cars and bikes,” she said.
“The crowd was great and we had really good turnout.”
The People’s Choice Motorbike Award went to Debbie O’Shaughnessy for her 2017 Breakout Custom Harley.
For the second show in a row Russell ‘Echo’ Hulm won the People’s Choice Car Award for his 1981 Holden WB panel van.
Ms Marsh thanked the Great Southern Street Machine from Albany for hosting the ‘Go-to-Whoa’.
“They came over and ran the Go-to-Whoa and that enabled us to see what that was like and to consider if it’s something we would like to run ourselves in the future,” she said.
Ms Marsh also thanked the Veteran Car Club for supplying nearly 40 cars and helping the committee run the show.