Charity car show to aid Save Our Sons

There are two unique things about the third Supercar Sunday Western Sydney event at The William Inglis Hotel, Warwick Farm on Sunday, October 21.

No.1 is car enthusiasts can get up close and personal to European supercars, muscle cars, vintage cars and vintage classic cars all in the one place.

The second thing is the car show is being organised by a person who doesn’t have his licence yet. 

Abbotsbury resident Christopher Gerace has combined his love of cars with a desire to give back to the less fortunate in his car shows.

Proceeds from the day will be donated to Save Our Sons to aid them in their fight against Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. 

His last event raised $6000 for the Variety - the Children’s Charity.

“The disease mainly occurs with boys and because I’m a boy, I thought it was fitting to support Save Our Sons,” he said.

“I’m really looking forward to it. It’s going to be a great event.

“I’m still on my Ls but it is my dream to own a lamborghini.”

As well as the expected 100-plus cars, the Bearded Bakers will be serving their popular dessert Knafeh with a side of entertainment and Italian street food will be prepared by Josh and Nic from My Kitchen Rules. There will also be jumping castles and face painting for the kids.

The event runs from 10am to 3pm.