IT takes cars, trucks, vans and motorcycles of all ages and sizes to make a show.
Jumpers and Jazz Vehicle Display organiser Yve Stocks said a record 270 vehicles were on show from 8.30am to 2pm Sunday.
“Our previous best was 194 last year which was double the previous year. If it grows bigger, we will have to close off more of the street,” Cr Stocks said.
“Drivers and riders were from as far as Townsville, Tiaro, Tenterfield, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Toowoomba, Stanthorpe and Warwick.
“The muscle cars in Leslie Park were organised in conjunction with Phil Farrell and Rob Laney. It is all about classic vehicles now.”
Cr Stocks said the event was made possible by eight volunteers who gave of their time and the Warwick SES.
Warwick firefighters Darren Welsh was one of the 270 owners who were part of the display with their vans, trucks. cars and bikes of all ages.
Mr Welsh was at the display with his 2014 Softail Standard Harley Davidson.
“The bike I have is the last year Harley Davidson made a softail standard like mine. The rear suspension is hidden under the bike,” he said.
“The softail has always had a skinny front tyre and bigger back tyre.”
While he had a four-year-old bike at present, Mr Welsh said he also liked the old bikes.
“I plan to buy a 1940s WLA Harley Davidson and restore it as a retirement project one day,” he said.
While the bikes were positioned near the monument on the corner of Palmerin and Grafton streets, other vehicle were both sides of the monument in Palmerin St and in Leslie Park as the display grew each year.