A pastel lime green car stirred the topic of conversation and turned a few heads at the annual bi-monthly gathering of Dubbo Classic Cars and Coffee held at Victoria Park on Sunday.
The get togethers are held for classic car enthusiasts and is an initiative of Dubbo Local Owen De Carle.
Other favourites for the day included a powder-blue classic car, owned by Darrell McKeown, and a hot fire-red convertible.
Community member Anthony Dean said the gathering showcases a lot of fantastic classic cars that "far too often remain hidden in people's garages" and also makes for good conversations.
"They don't make them like this anymore," Mr Dean said.
Despite the temperatures forcing residents to whip out their summer gear, bearing singlet tops and thongs, a good number of people and cars still featured at the event.
"It's great to see people in the community come together and bond over a mutual interest and love of cars," Mr Dean said.
"There's often quite a lot of dads with their little fellas at the day too, which is good to see."
The get-togethers take place on the first Sunday of every second month at Victoria Park from 8 am to 12 pm.