Antique Motor Club held their bi-annual tour through the region

CAR SHOW: Lance Seymour, Ray Dwyer, Rosemarie Amos,Peter Amos, Anne and Owen Magill, Dave Gray, Robert Mackenzie, Chris Gray, Kerry Ristrom, Keith Packham, Wilga Coutts, Kevin Ryan, Jim Coomber, Evan Coutts, Carol Ryan, Andrew Sharpe, Bruce Heinrich, Kevin Penson, David Kain and Jacob Kain. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN
CAR SHOW: Lance Seymour, Ray Dwyer, Rosemarie Amos,Peter Amos, Anne and Owen Magill, Dave Gray, Robert Mackenzie, Chris Gray, Kerry Ristrom, Keith Packham, Wilga Coutts, Kevin Ryan, Jim Coomber, Evan Coutts, Carol Ryan, Andrew Sharpe, Bruce Heinrich, Kevin Penson, David Kain and Jacob Kain. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN

More than 130 owners of antique cars took their classic vehicles on a cruise through the region on the weekend.

Cars almost as old as the historic villages they toured to visited as part of a special bi-annual event.

The Autumn Tour is organised every two years by the Orange District Antique Motor Club, with vintage and veteran cars coming from across the country to take to the roads.

With the rally specifically for cars manufactured before 1931, ten of the 130 are classed as veteran (pre 1919) and the rest are classed as vintage.

Organiser Rosemarie Amos said it was their biggest year yet, with around 70 people seeing off the weekend with brunch at the group's clubhouse on Sunday.

The drivers took their machines to several towns including Orange, Millthorpe, Newbridge, Hobby's Yards, Barry, Neville, Carcoar, Mandurama and Lyndhurst Hall.

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