A restored Ford Prefect is set to be the major draw card at this weekend's Monster Auction in Howlong.
Now in its 17th year, the auction is run by the Howlong Fire Brigade with proceeds made going towards purchasing new equipment and fire vehicles, as well as extending sheds.
Howlong Fire Brigade secretary Clinton Franks said the auction has seen a steady rise in popularity since its inaugural year.
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Beginning with under 100 buyers at the first market, Franks now expects to see around 1000 people at Sunday's auction.
"If you're looking for a fun and adventurous Sunday then make your way out to the fire station at Howlong and we'll serve it up for you," Franks said.
"You can just about name anything and it will be there."
Boats, cars and tools will be just some of the items up for grabs, with around 100 vendors expected on site.
Franks also credited local farmers for their hay donations.
The start time is 9:30am with the auction expected to conclude around lunchtime, with someone driving away with the Ford Prefect.