More than 50 vehicles sparkled in Melbourne in the lead up to this weekend's Formula One Grand Prix, headlined by Juan Manuel Fangio's championship-winning Alfetta 159.
The club's Victorian division President, Barry Edmunds, said Australia had the best collection of pre-1940s Alfas in the world and admitted it was almost impossible to put a price on many of the vehicles on display.
Here's a few photos from earlier on in the day. Enjoy.
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