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Car enthusiasts flock to 31st US and Aussie Muscle Car Show | The Advocate

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Rolling off the tarmac and into UTAS stadium on Sunday again proved again be a huge success for the Van Diemens Street Rod Club’s US and Aussie Muscle Car Show. Car and bike owners and vehicle enthusiasts alike flocked to the famous show for its 31st annual show – the longest running show of its kind in the state. The show usually attracts 150-200 cars and the story was no different in 2021 with show-goers making their way to Launceston from across Tasmania for the event. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, only 1000 people could pack into the grounds at any one time, but event organiser Tom Hendley said he was happy with how the day had panned out. Travis Richards brought his six-and-a-half metre long 1977 GMC C-30, also…



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