The annual Rod Run and Show n Shine events attracted more than 500 entries and a record 600 cars.
“I think it was the biggest show by a mile, said President Ian Vaughan. “And I think it was a really well run event, everybody was well behaved.
“There’s no doubt this is continuing to grow each year,” he said.
Dozens of spectators lined Hesse Street on the Saturday night to witness a procession of the vehicles. Many more poured into Princess Park for the Show n Shine display the following day. All proceeds of the weekend are distributed among local service and community groups.
The Lions Club made in excess of $18,000, which will be distributed among its many charities and projects.
The Point Lonsdale Tennis Club, which hosted a barbecue, pocketed in excess of $5,000 and a Mannerim CFA tin rattle raised more than $1,000.
“We are just rapt that this event gives back to the community,” Mr Vaughan said. "The feedback from police and from local business was very positive. I know for certain some shops had a very good weekend,” he said.