Despite the hot and windy weather the annual motor show was a great success, drawing in a large crowd.
The 2019 Forbes Motor Show, which also celebrated its tenth birthday on Sunday, saw around 200 entries across cars, trucks and bikes lined up on Grinsted and South Circle Ovals.
The show attracted motor enthusiasts from around the region and interstate.
President of the Forbes Motor Show's organising committee, Ian 'Bart' Bartholomaeus, said they had around 200 entries in the motor show, with over 100 entered as displays which was on par with last year.
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He said the truck entries were outstanding again this year, and the three cars from the TCM Racing Series attracted a lot of attention.
Along with the wide variety of vehicles on display, the SES hosted a demonstration of a car crash rescue.
Bart said the motor show was an overall success and they are happy with how the day went.
The Motor Show Committee presented several awards to recognise the hard work entrants put into their vehicles.
- Champion of Show: John Zelukovic
- Best Club Display: Central West Car Club
- Best Ute: Noel White
- Best Engine Bay: Cory Rosser
- Best Interior: Darryn Kopp
- People's Choice Car: Leah Smith
- Best Paint work: Rob and Marion Thompson
- Best Classic Car: Harvey Mills
- Best Ford: Brett Emerson
- Best Holden: Jody Wilson
- Committee Choice - Car: Victor Yeghoyan
- Unfinished Project: Simon Holland
- Best International: Graham Austin
- Best 4x4: Rob and Marion Thompson
- Best Modified Car Post 1990: Jake Hennock
- Best Modified Pre 1990: Ben Zelukovic
- Best Chrysler: Mev Patterson
- Best Custom Bike: Willie Webb
- Best Sport Bike: Tim Stammers
- Best Veteran/Vintage Bike: Jo Hemming
- People's Choice Bike: Tom Maitland
- Best Working Truck: Joe and Karyn Glennan
- Best Restored Truck: Tracey Martin
- People's Choice Truck: Ella McConnell
- Best Display Truck: Darryl Molloy
- Committee Choice - Truck: Mark Stibbard
- Darky's Memorial: Mitch Roylance