Clunes plays hosts 8th annual Historic Vehicle Show

NOT SO MELLOW YELLOW: Murray Pope shows off his 1951 Albion, which is set to be on display during Sunday's show. Picture: BEN HOPKINS.

NOT SO MELLOW YELLOW: Murray Pope shows off his 1951 Albion, which is set to be on display during Sunday's show. Picture: BEN HOPKINS.

A bevy of classic vehicles are set to be on display from 9am until 4pm during Sunday’s eighth annual Historic Vehicle Show.

Around 2000 people are set attend Clunes Showgrounds to witness the collection of historic cars, trucks, tractors, and oil engines.

Murray Pope spoke about his 1951 Albion, which he is set to display on Sunday.

“I bought it 20 years ago in a very dilapidated condition, we spent far too much money on it, but we’re happy with the results,” Mr Pope said.

The Shannons Super Rig will also be on display during the event, showing off its wide range of interactive exhibits.

Shannon’s David Waight spoke excitedly about the exhibition.

“We’ve been lucky enough to secure the Super Rig to come to this event,” Mr Waight said.