Motor enthusiasts will be doing their bit for bowel cancer research at a car show fund-raiser in Dunheved this Sunday.
Blackett resident Scott Baikie has organised a Western Sydney Combined Cruisers charity car show at the Rembrandt Dutch Club, 9am-4pm.
More than 100 cars, truck, utes and bikes will be on display.
Auction items include a signed heritage South Sydney jersey, motorcycle jackets and helmets.
''The aim is to raise as much money as possible to benefit others,'' Mr Baikie said.
''It's my way of helping others. One of our members from Western Sydney Combined Cruisers recently had bowel cancer. We want to educate and raise community awareness about it.''
Mr Baikie has raised more than $25,000 through charity car shows since 2009.
Previous causes include SIDS and autism research.
''It started when I lost my nephew to SIDS five years ago,'' Mr Baikie said.
There will be a jumping castle and sausage sizzle to keep the kids busy.
Enthusiasts can display their prized vehicles on the day for $20.
There are trophies in ten categories, include best Ford, Holden, hot rod, ute and paint job.
Admission is a gold coin donation.
Mr Baikie hopes to hold more charity car shows in the near future.
Rembrandt Dutch Club is located at 87 Dunheved Circuit.
Details: Scott, 0420 981 208.