25th Chryslers on the Murray pulls up at Gateway Lakes in Wodonga on March 17-19, 2017

ENGINE ROOM: Glenn Huxley road tests his 1971 Dodge Demon 340 ahead of the 25th Chryslers on the  Murray at Gateway Lakes this weekend. Pictures: MARK JESSER

ENGINE ROOM: Glenn Huxley road tests his 1971 Dodge Demon 340 ahead of the 25th Chryslers on the Murray at Gateway Lakes this weekend. Pictures: MARK JESSER

THE 25th Chryslers on the Murray will celebrate the milestone by going back to the classics this weekend.

Show coordinator Rod Taylor said the first and last models of Chrysler Valiants would be in the spotlight.

“There is a focus on the 1962 and the 1982 models with about 150 cars from those years,” he said.

Hosted by Albury-Wodonga Chrysler Club, the Chryslers on the Murray at Gateway Lakes will attract up to 700 cars from every state and territory in Australia.

DRIVER'S SEAT: Glenn Huxley in his 1971 Dodge Demon 340, among 700 cars from every state and territory in Australia on the Border for Chryslers on the Murray.

DRIVER'S SEAT: Glenn Huxley in his 1971 Dodge Demon 340, among 700 cars from every state and territory in Australia on the Border for Chryslers on the Murray.

Mr Taylor and Brett Saggers were part of the group that hosted the first event.

American Chrysler technical guru Richard Ehrenberg will host a seminar at Gateway Lakes on Friday from 6pm until 8pm.

A Chrysler seminar will be held at Albury's SS&A Club on Saturday from 7.30pm until 9pm.

The club will donate $13,000 from Sunday’s show ‘n’ shine to Bonegilla CFA, Kiewa CFA and Thurgoona Rural Fire Service.

The event is open Saturday and Sunday, 8am until 2pm.