Eight year old Harrison vinar, had all the car facts at the US and Aussie Muscle Car Show on Sunday.
Hyundai's emblem was formed by two men shaking hands after two companies merged to one. Each star on the Subaru emblem represents another company that helped form the brand and Toyota's emblem represents its past of making sewing machines with a needle and thread.
Harrison was one of more than 2000 people that attended the Van Diemens Car Club show.
For the first time, the event had run out of car spaces by 9am committee member Adam Sutton said. More than 150 cars were on display.
"It's the first time in about 10 years we've run out of space for cars and the biggest the event has been for years," Mr Sutton said.
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A Lego car building competition proved a good attraction for the children, with the adults focusing on the unveiling of a number of vehicles not shown in the state before.
"They're new cars that have just been built, or a new to the state. We just thought why not make it something a bit special," Mr Sutton said.
Bruce McBride's 32 Ford was on display for the first time after the build was recently completed.
It was built in North Queensland, and he has modified it.
"I've done a fair bit of work to it since it got down here in March last year," he said.
"It's hundreds of hours put into these things, it's a labour of love."
Some funds will be donated to fire recovery.