A MIX of modern, vintage, and the very flash, will come together in a display of cars on Sunday.
The Border Christian College Autofest will feature vehicles from car clubs and individual owners, as well as motoring education, activities and food stalls.
Organiser Tony Smead said the event was a first for the college and was supported by organisations such as Wodonga TAFE’s Driver Education Centre, Dont-TXT-N-Drive, Women on Wheels and Albury Council.
“There are many career choices in the motoring industry and some students at the school are looking at driving for the first time,” Mr Smead said.
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“We have invited hot rod clubs from around the area and it should be a great day with a variety of cars.”
The day will also involve an auction to raise funds for Albury’s Carevan Foundation.
The event will be held in the grounds of the college in Elizabeth Mitchell Drive, Thurgoona, from 9am to 3pm.
Cost is $5 for adults and free entry for children under 12.