Revving up for motor show

Published 5:00am 22 July 2023

Revving up for motor show
Words by Nick Crockford

Thousands of visitors and car enthusiasts are expected at Sandstone Point Hotel tomorrow for Motor Culture Australia’s latest event.

The line-up will include supercars, custom cars, JDM’s, classics, 4x4’s and motorbikes as well as market stalls, DJ, prizes and giveaways and demonstrations and displays.

“We’re a Queensland business born and bred, and owe a lot to both our supporters and also the local community,” a spokesman said.

“So, we’ve partnered exclusively with local businesses and the Sandstone Point Hotel, to show our support for the local community.

“The meet up this Sunday is set to be the biggest we have hosted in Moreton Bay yet and will showcase an impressive lineup of vehicles collectively worth millions, from Lamborghinis to fully customised cars.

“But our events are about more than just cars. We have a strict no hooning policy and are committed to promoting safety and inclusion at all our events.”

The event runs from 9am to noon at Sandstone Point Hotel, beside Bribie Bridge.

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