HSVOC Muscle Car Show
Championship – Round 2
St Marys Leagues Club
Cnr Forrester Rd & Boronia Rd, St Marys NSW 2760
Sunday 30th October 2022
Vehicle Judging Class:
Please select the right class or you may be disqualified!
Elite: Cars that have averaged less than 5,000km pa from their build date to the show date, including current series models with less than 5,000km.
Classic: HDT or HSV Cars that have a 2002 build plate (VX) and older regardless of kilometres.
Show n Shine: In these class cars must have averaged between 5,000km & 10,000km per annum from their build date to the show date.
Daily Driven: Cars entering this class must have averaged over 10,000km per annum from their build date to the show date.
Modified: This is an optional class for cars with at least 3 significant modifications, e.g. Forced Induction, custom paint, major motor or interior mods. Cars in this class will be judged against other modified class cars only regardless of kilometres.
Motorsport: Cars entering this class must have competed in at least 2 of our Club motorsport events during the previous and current show year. Cars in this class will be judged against other motorsport cars regardless of kilometres only and are not required to be eligible vehicles (eg HDT or HSV).
Conditions of Entry:
The car is to be clean and tidy and well presented. It should be displayed to the best of your ability and reflect the quality of the car, the Club and the Show’s sponsors. Vehicles must be currently listed in the Club’s Membership Register as being an eligible vehicle. Click here to see the Rules and Judging Criteria for Judged Car Shows. To be eligible for trophies, entrants must wear the event shirt which will be given to them on the day as this shirt is a key part of the club’s promotional support of the sponsors who have made this show possible. Judging will be by independent judges and judging decisions are final and not open to appeal. Refunds or credits cannot be given after entries close. As the event is open to the public, safety is paramount. Any vehicles that have been jacked up must be safely resting on stands and there must be no trip hazards such as electrical cords that are in areas where the public has access.