Motor vehicle enthusiasts will be treated to an event showcasing cars of all shapes and sizes this weekend.
The Rotary Club of Launceston's inaugural car show will take place at the Silverdome on Saturday between 10am and 2pm.
Club president Patrick Ryan said he was glad the club were finally able to hold the show after last year's plans were foiled by COVID-19.
"We wanted to give the community something to do for free where they could enjoy some fellowship," he said.
"There will be people from all over Tasmania coming up, and there's even a guy that will be bringing a Ferrari."
Mr Ryan's son Henry said he would be bringing his 1999 EK Honda Civic down to the show.
"Doing it up has been a bit of a hobby for me," he said.
"It's exciting to be able to show off our cars because we don't really have too many cars shows in Launceston, other than Wax On, but this is bigger than that."
Police, fire and SES vehicles are set to be among the 65 cars on display, as well as a mix of old, new, Australian and international cars, used for racing, or just for show.
Several Holden HQ's including three belonging to HQ Tasmania racing team member Neville Rattray are sure to be one of the main attractions on the day.
Mr Rattray said the vehicles held large historical significance in the state as HQ racing initiated in Tasmania more than 25 years ago.
"They were so common back in the day that they were used as taxis, but now they're quite rare," he said.
Entry is free, however, all proceeds from food and drink purchases, as well as donation tins will go to support Rotary Youth Projects.
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