Connie the Cow is coming out of retirement for the 2019 Variety Tas Bash.
The quirky vehicle has spent the last nine years or so in a paddock, but the Connie the Cow fundraising team have been working hard to get it up to scratch for this year's event.
The team - consisting of Matt Richards, Kane Spencer, Matt Bessell and Daniel Smith - are aiming to raise $20,000 for children's charity Variety by taking part in the annual bash.
"We finish fundraising on Monday - we're going pretty good and it looks like we will crack it," Mr Richards said.
The Variety Tas Bash involves teams dressing up in kooky outfits and decking out their vehicles for a five-day trip around Tasmania.
Along the way they will drop off donations like library books and playground equipment at schools.
Money raised by the teams goes towards helping sick, special needs, and disadvantaged children, through charity Variety.
Connie the Cow last hit the road for the bash about 2010, and the team have put about seven months of work into getting it road-ready.
"We resurrected it and have been working on it vigorously - we're working on it right now," Mr Richards said.
They have matched their outfits to the Connie the Cow theme via a set of onesies.
"If you see us around on the road, give us a wave," he said.
To donate, go to the Connie the Cow 2019 Variety Tas Bash Facebook page, or go to variety.org.au/tas/donate/ and enter 'Connie the Cow' as the organisation name.