THE car park at Launceston's National Automobile Museum of Tasmania will be full of old truck, car and motorcycle parts and memorabilia at the bi-annual Veteran Car Club of Australia swap meet.
Museum manager Phil Costello said that the twice-yearly events, which will be held on Sunday, attracted people from across the state and he had more than once gone home with something he was unable to resist.
``It's a big day for the museum too and we drop the entry price to the group price which means that adults can get in for $8.75, a saving of $3 - children save $1,'' Mr Costello said.
``The car park fills up very early - I open about 8am on the swap meet days, but the car park is still usually chock-a-block when I arrive.''
Swap meet organiser Ken Watts said that he never knew what parts were going to be on sale.
* Stall sites cost $10. To register contact Mr Watts on 0411 404 560.
WHAT: Bi-annual veteran parts and memorabilia swap meet.
WHERE: National Automobile Museum of Tasmania car park, Cimitiere Street, Launceston.
WHEN: Sunday, 9am to 1pm.
WHO: Veteran Car Club of Australia.
HOW MUCH: Free for buyers, $10 a stall for sellers.