PINSTRIPES, checkers, cherries and more grease - hair and engine - than you can shake a jukebox at.
Longford Sport Ground was yesterday filled with leather and polka-dots as Rock N Rodz madness took foot at its temporary new grounds.
The Camp Quality fund-raiser drew a special interest crowd this year as it celebrated the 50th anniversary of Holden's EH model.
Event co-ordinator Wendy O'Keefe was scraping together her last skerricks of energy to tidy up after the show, but said the effort was worth it.
``We had a different wet-weather venue this year, it's very hard to judge numbers, but we had a full house, lots of people were having a great time,'' Mrs O'Keefe said.
``It's a bit of a culture thing, people like to do the rock and roll dancing, get dressed up and they've got the car - it's not a performance, but it is a bit of a show, they come dressed up and parade around, which is lovely.''
She said the show's easy-going vibe was provided with help from its volunteer workers.
``We're really blessed - our live performers, all of our entertainers, they all perform for nothing,'' Mrs O'Keefe said.
``We had a group of Westpac volunteers, they were just fabulous, the Lions Club do the gate every year - the Longford Football Club also offered us their grounds, no problems, they couldn't do enough to help us.
``Thanks to everyone for supporting us, just coming out and embracing what we do,'' she said.
Rock N Rodz has donated $57,000 to Camp Quality in the past four years.