People of all ages turned out on Sunday 28 September to the Orange Blossom Classic Car
and Bike Display.
Baulkham Hills State Liberal MP David Elliott said the mood was vibrant for a permanent
fixture in the Hills.
“The Orange Blossom Festival is the marquee event in our community calendar,” Mr
“The excellent turnout at the Classic Car Display was a perfect demonstration of how much of a role our public events play in strengthening the social fabric in the Hills.”
Event organiser Trevor Leslie, of Trevor Leslie Real Estate, said 85 classic and modern motor vehicles lined the car park of the Bull & Bush Hotel with several hundred spectators attending the event to admire the eye-catching display.
“The owners were delighted to enlighten spectators with the story about these brilliant vehicles,” Mr Leslie said.
“There was an outstanding turnout and I am confident the result was due to the advertising support from the Hills Shire Council and Alive 90.5 fm.
Mr Leslie said every car, truck, motorbike and stall received a small 2014 plaque when they arrived plus 12 trophies, courtesy of Trevor Leslie Real Estate, were presented by Mr Elliott at the end of the event.
Mr Elliott and Mr Leslie offered their congratulations to the 2014 award winners:
Darryn Fisher Studebaker Cruiser 1964
Allan Barker Darracq French car 1906
Keith Taylor Cadillac Deville 1959
Joe Bassallo Holden Brougham 1968
Neil Mason Mark 2 Jaguar 3.4 litre 1961
Peter Thomas Austin Princess Limousine 1955 (Wedding Cars of Distinction)
Paul Rees Honda 750cc Motorcycle 1973
Kevin Fahey Austin Ruby Sedan 1937
David Farrar Ford Anglia Prefect 1939
Leigh Briggs Wolseley Sedan 1961
Jeffery Fripp Rambler Ambassador Sedan 1970
Peter Mills Model 210 Chevrolet 1954
Mr Leslie said he offered his thanks to the Hills Shire Council and everyone who
participated or attended the Orange Blossom Car Display and he looked forward
to seeing everyone again in 2015 for the 15th anniversary of the display.