Hundreds of car enthusiasts are revved up to showcase their vehicles at a fundraising event this weekend.
This Sunday is the fourth annual Jamberoo Car Show and Family Fun Day.
On display will be a mix of vintage, classic and modified cars, stationary engines, a working display and more.
Throughout its history, the event has raised funds for the Jamberoo Red Cross and Jamberoo Rural Fire Brigade.
Mark Cronin from the Jamberoo Car Show committee said the first event in 2016 featured a little less than a hundred cars.
"The following year we got 400 cars, and we went, 'how did that happen?'" he said.
"It went really well, and then last year we had over 500 cars, which for a 'little car show' is a pretty good turnout."
This year, organisers have capped the number of vehicles being displayed at 500.
"Last year, we had everything from a tractor and a truck through to a Rolls-Royce, and everything in between," he said.
"This year we've even got a few vintage caravans coming."
Mr Cronin said organisers were looking to "do their bit for the community".
Last year's event raised about $17,000, which was split evenly between the Red Cross and fire brigade.
Mr Cronin believed they were on track to beat that amount this year.
He said they made a conscious decision "not to charge big money" for people to display their cars.
"We took the view that without the cars, you don't have a show," he said.
"We just ask for a donation as they're coming in if they want to display their car.
"We also don't offer trophies, because there can be (people saying), 'oh, my car's better than that and they got a trophy. It's favouritism'.
"So we didn't want any of that. We just want people to come out and have a good day in a relaxed atmosphere."
This year, the display area will feature a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the South Coast Vintage Car Club.
"That's a pretty fair effort for any sort of club, let alone a car club where the cars are getting older and the members are getting older," Mr Cronin laughed.
Mr Cronin, also a member of the Jamberoo Valley Classic Vehicle Club, said the laid-back country feel of Jamberoo was another drawcard for visitors travelling to the show.
"Even if you're not into cars, we've got a petting zoo and pony rides for the kids, jumping castles, food stalls, barbecues and drinks."
The show is on at Kevin Walsh Oval from 9.30am.
Admission for the general public to view the vehicles is by gold coin donation.
Mr Cronin said the show was part of "Jamberoo's big weekend out", with an art show and book fair also taking place in the village.