Car enthusiasts will get a special treat this weekend when dozens of Jaguar drivers descend on town from around the country.
Forbes will host at least 40 Jaguars and their drivers as they tour the region as part of their Tri-State Border Run.
Event coordinator Bob Kretschmer, who is also a member of the Jaguar Drivers of South Australia Club, said jaguar drivers will be coming from South Australia, Victoria, Queensland, ACT and NSW in a wide variety of Jaguars.
They will be driving a range of Jaguar models including SS, MK IV and MK Vs, with one of the oldest models produced in 1934.
The tri-annual event meets in the Central West region as it is roughly in the centre between Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide.
The jaguar drivers will start coming into town on Friday and will spend Saturday visiting Grenfell and other parts of the region.
On Sunday, they will be hosting a static display in Harold Street from 9.30am to 11am where you can have a look at the various models of Jaguars and talk to the owners.