The next Mudgee Coffee and Cars will be held on Sunday (February 16), 8-11am at the Mudgee Railway Station, but don't think it's only cars - also welcome are utes, trucks, trikes and motorcycles (of course).
As usual this free event - organised by the Cudgegong Valley Pioneer Vehicle Club - is an informal gathering of enthusiasts who meet to share their passion for motor vehicles. And a chance to dust off your pride-and-joy and put it proudly on display.
Everyone is invited, you don't need to own a car or bike, just have an interest in them - come along as an exhibitor or simply to have a look at what is on display.
And if you've got a motorcycle, bring it along, there's a special area dedicated to vehicles of the two-wheel variety in the middle of the parking area.
Breakfast and brunch will be available from the Mudgee and Districts Vietnam Veterans Peacekeepers and Peacemakers Association, serving delicious egg and bacon and sausage rolls along with an assortment of cold drinks and juices.
Cafe Sassy Mobile Diner will again be the professional barista providing fabulous coffee and milkshakes.
This month's special guest exhibitor will be Stuart Barnes from Everything Mechanical.
"The advent of Mudgee Coffee and Cars has been very good for the vehicle enthusiasts, each third Sunday of each month we have had great support and to those that have been along," David Maurice, CVPVC vice-president, said.
Check out photos from past events at their Facebook page.