British car owners will be polishing their beauties until they can see their reflection ahead of this weekend's All British Car Day.
The North Otago Vintage Car Club's annual event will be held this Saturday and vintage car owner Wayne Abernethy is getting geared up for what promises to be a roaring day.
Mr Abernethy's 1970 MG BGT is hard to miss - it's bright yellow.
"I wasn't too sure about the colour at first but it has grown on me," he said.
Mr Abernethy has owned the car for about eight years and said there is "just something about them".
"We always had an old car when we were kids. I just love them," he said.
This year the proceeds from the entry fees will be given to the St John's team.
Cars will be parked in the Victorian Precinct from 9.30am Sunday, which will allow for public viewing.
Cars will then leave at 10.30am to begin their 75-kilometre rally.
There are prizes being awarded for best British car, best feature car, best motorcycle, to name only a few.
"Some people have really flash cars so there will be prizes for them as well," he said.
People from all over the South Island will be bringing their pride and joys to Oamaru for the show.
"We never know how many people are going to turn up. Could be 40 or it could be 100," he said.
If you have a British car or motorcycle, you can register on Tyne St from 9.30am, this Saturday.
For more information, contact Mr Abernethy on 03 4395171.