If the gutsy growl of a revving engine gets your motor running, you'll be in good company this weekend.
The Australian Motorlife Museum at Kembla Grange will host its third annual Motoring Expo on Sunday and organisers are gearing up for a wheelie spectacular day.
Museum curator Wendy Muddell said she expected up to 120 cars and bikes would roll up on the day, giving visitors plenty of horsepower to admire.
While the vehicles, including 12 rare Vincent motorcycles, would no doubt keep the revheads happy, there was still plenty to keep the whole family busy.
The Belmore Basin Jazz Band, members of the Wollongong Ukulele Group, a heritage woodworking professional and a metal spinner would also keep crowds entertained, Ms Murrell said.
Also on display will be a reproduction of a wartime mural found on the wall of a Newtown motor garage when a neighbouring building burnt down last year.
The images were created by the Wollongong TAFE painting and signwriting section.
Entry to the expo is by gold coin donation.
All funds will go to Illawarra charities.
Gates open from 8am on Sunday and prizes will be presented at 2pm.
The museum is located on Darkes Road, Kembla Grange.
The best access is via West Dapto Road, because of roadworks.