The 37th edition of the Korumburra Swap Meet was the biggest year yet, with more cars than ever before in the classic and vintage display on the oval. Photo: Gerard Bruning.

This motorcycle was for sale at one of the stalls, and not in the vintage and classic display on the oval, but it was still getting plenty of attention at the Swap Meet. Photo: Gerard Bruning.

This pair of classic car admirers had come all the way from Hamilton in Western Victoria to attend the Korumburra Swap Meet on January 12. Op090320

AMID the chaos of bargaining and sorting through stall display at the Korumburra Swap Meet on Sunday, January 12, peace for car lovers could be found at the vintage and classic car display in the middle of the oval.
Organisers say it was the biggest display yet for the annual event, with little space left on the ground that did not have a classic car parked on top of it.
Visitors came from far and wide to attend the swap meet and for many the pilgrimage to Korumburra has become an annual tradition, often in combination with visiting old friends nearby or on the way.
But all in attendance make some time on the busy day to go and have a look at the cars.
The Korumburra Swap Meet is now in its 37th year, so some of the cars on display may not have even been built when the event first started, while some of the earlier models were already old classics.