TRACTORS and trucks will once more be a popular drawcard for punters at the Beaudesert Show.
The display of vintage vehicles and farm machinery is set to be bigger and better than ever, say organisers Mark Plunkett and Craig Teese.
Mr Plunkett said most of the vehicles and machinery featured at the show were owned by Scenic Rim locals.
"Many of the vehicles are associated with Beaudesert including an old Nindooinbah dairy tractor and a Beaudesert fire truck from the 60s," he said.
"We also have A 1946 Ford Jailbar ute that was rebuilt from the ground up and recently won in a raffle by Michelle Wilkie from the Heritage Truck Association at the Brisbane Truck Show."
Mr Plunkett said there would be more to see at this year's truck and tractor display, with something for everyone on offer.
"Last year we had a lot of interest even though we were a bit hidden down the back of the showgrounds, which was probably just as well because we do make a bit of noise," he said.
"We have a lot more equipment including trucks, tractors and stationary engines and we will be taking up a much bigger space at the show."
Mr Plunkett said the vehicles would take part in the Grand Parade on Saturday, September 7 at 1.45pm.
"Some of them have been restored but we will also have some who will join the parade wearing their 'working clothes'," he said.