I think that was just made up by someone. Dimboola is a small town in country Victoria that doesn't have a car museum or other such place that would initiate such an event. Who knows though in the future it may happen. There are a few museums around now. There is a big one up in Gosford that has 400 cars and my nephew is due to open one in Warrnambool later this year which will have around 200 cars on display. We also have Motorclassica later in the year so there is a big classic car scene here. It should be good as there are anniversaries for MB and RR. My other nephew will have his 1927 Brewster Phantom 1 entered in the survivor category (if he doesn't sell it by then).
The door sticker reminds of something almost similar that I saw in the US a couple of years ago.
I was driving on the freeway near Nashville, and in the distance I could see what I thought was a P76.
So I speed up, & low & behold, it WAS a Leyland P76.
On the front door it had a map of Australia, and writing similar to above saying from $%&#@ Australia to #$%&^ USA.
Because I had to speed up so much to catch up to it, I flew past it because he was doing like 40. I then got caught up with the speeding traffic, and lost site of him before I had another chance to see it.
Also, about the new museum on the NSW Central Coast. I will going there Sunday, July 31 so will take some pics & post if anyone is interested. Many of my friends have been already
and are raving about how good it is. Supposedly 5th largest auto museum in the world??
I am lucky to be driving from Newcastle in one my customers cars.
It is a Bristol Arnolt. Not the most powerful machine, but a no compromise 50's sports car.
(Sorry to take thread off topic)