THE SS Owners Club of NSW is ready to roar back into Bathurst.
The club - which held its annual rally in and around Mount Panorama in 2018 - will hold its state titles in Bathurst later this month and more than 100 vehicles are expected to take part.
Club president Dwayne Godber said the state titles will be held at Bathurst Goldfields.
"We have opened the show and shine up to all makes and models of cars to highlight the quality of cars we have here in Australia and to encourage the car enthusiasts around Bathurst to bring their pride and joys out of the shed," he said.
"We have plenty of activities planned for the weekend, including two separate grass driving events, plenty of trade stands and local businesses displaying their business and what they can offer the local community.
"We have had massive support from Autobarn. The Bathurst store will bring out its first ever pop-up store, offering massive discounts and specials on the day."
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More than 100 SS vehicles will be coming to Bathurst for the state titles, he said, so "the Mountain is going to be humming to the tune of Aussie V8s".
"Everyone is invited to the Bathurst harness racing track on February 29 to enjoy a family day out with all things car-related," he said.
"HDT owner and all-round legend Peter Champion will be there telling stories of days gone by of all things racing.
"Spectators are welcome to the show and shine at the cost of a donation to the local firefighters."
The state titles will be held from Friday, February 28 to Sunday, March 1.