NOW in it's 21st year the Alexandra Truck, Ute and Rod Show put the bling and grunt into the Goulburn valley over the weekend.
From a rod run to auctions, live music and more there was plenty to keep revelers busy.
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Show President Caolan, O'Connor said the event was better than expected.
"I went fantastically well," Mr O'Connor said.
"We don't have the numbers yet but from what I have seen so far it is the biggest we have had in terms of a Sunday show.
"Last year was the 20th which had the bells and whistles but this year was a very fun and solid turn out," he said.
Over 180 trucks were registered for the show along with a number of others who joined in the fun on the outskirts.
"There were also three blocks of utes and rod customs," Mr O'Connor said.
The fogging morning soon broke into a chilly day filled with festivities and an excellent pedigree of entrants.
"Everyone came to see the trucks themselves, which really are always the highlight," the organiser said.
"The feedback from judges was that the quality was outstanding, it was much harder to pick a winner this year than it was previously," he said.
"It was a real celebration of the drivers, the community and an all round great day," he said.