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Car enthusiasts were in their element at the weekend’s Car Megamart annual family fun day.
An estimated 1300 classic cars were on display at the Pakenham car yard, attracting a crowd of about 5000.
Car Megamart spokesperson Karlie Thexton said the 15 October festivities, which along with the classic car display included food vans, jumping castles, children’s entertainment and live music, were a great success.
“We had a really great day, the sun was very kind to us,” Ms Thexton said.
She said the event, which this year partly supported the Young Veterans and Pakenham Rotary, would now become a permanent fixture on the car yard’s calendar.

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