An old but beautifully restored 1921 TT model Ford created plenty of interest when it was on display at the recent Townsville Show.
It has a 22hp four stroke motor and was in a hall with other vehicles as part of the Vintage and Historic Motor Club display.
Member George Sellen said it was restored by a club member and lots of people checked it out when they visited the hall.
In previous years it had been displayed at a historical museum run by the Townsville City Council at the park near the West End cemetery.
The club is based in Townsville and was started in 1968, and has members in Ingham, the Burdekin (Ayr and Home Hill) and Charters Towers.
Its objectives are to encourage the preservation, restoration and use of veteran, vintage and historic vehicles.