The 27th Chryslers on the Murray event fell just short of being the biggest on record, but was still a roaring, or revving, success, says organisers.
Rod Taylor said 832 cars were shown, just short of 2018's record-setting 853 entrants.
"It went really well, obviously it was glorious weather," he said.
"One of the reasons we probably didn't break the record was there were massive hailstorms [in NSW] on Friday and Melbourne had the Grand Prix."
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Mr Taylor said the event brings plenty of money into the Border economy with many drivers staying for multiple days beyond the event to explore the region.
He said $14,000 from the event was being donated to Thurgoona RFA, Bonegilla CFA and Kiewa CFA.
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