Penrith to host Muscle Car Show at Paceway

Proud vehicle owners David Sultana, Joe Garzaniti, Benton Schuback and Brad Thorne. Photo: Melinda Jane.
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After its successful showing in St Marys last year, the HSV Owners Club NSW Muscle Car Show is making its way down the Great Western Highway to Penrith later this month.

Featuring more than 60 original and modified cars, the free event will be held for the first time at Club Paceway Penrith on Sunday, May 26 from 9am to 3.30pm.

The HSV Owners Club NSW is a not-for-profit organisation for motoring enthusiasts who have purchased Holden HDT and HSV models. These vehicles are amongst the world’s fastest sedans, offering optimum performance, handling and comfort at half the cost of their European equivalents whilst maintaining their identity as Australian cars built for Australian conditions.

It’s for this reason that these vehicles remain so popular and worth a pretty penny if they ever go on the open market.

Later this month, locals will have the chance to see these rare vehicles in the flesh when they pull up at the Club Paceway Penrith car park.

“Club Paceway share our members’ love for these high-performance vehicles and provide a great fit for the very first time at our Muscle Car Show,” HSV Owners Club NSW President, Joe Garzaniti said.

“There will be over 60 very impressive original and modified cars on display. These cars are their owner’s pride and joy, and the condition and show presentation of these vehicles is second to none.

“We will have car models from a beautifully prepared 1982 VH Brock right up to the latest Monster GTSR W1 with 474 kilowatts of power.”

Garzaniti, a 28-year member of the club, said his fellow members love interacting with the local community and other car enthusiasts, who share their passion for these high-performance vehicles.

“We would love the general public to come along and enjoy a great day out for the entire family, with raffles, prizes, food, beverages and much more on offer,” he said.

For more information on the club and this month’s show at Club Paceway Penrith, visit

Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor is the Weekender's Deputy Editor and Senior Sports Writer. He also compiles the weekly Chatter on the Box TV column. Nathan is an award-winning journalist, who has worked at the Weekender for a decade.

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