Want to see Billy T James' 1954 Chevrolet Deluxe?
What about the bright yellow mini from the classic film Goodbye Pork Pie?
These and other automobiles with a famous Kiwi connection will be on display in the Kiwi Stars and Cars exhibition at Motat from March 1.
Fans of the television show Outrageous Fortune will recognise the Tool Guys van, on loan from South Pacific Pictures.
There's also a home-built motorcycle constructed by Richard Pearse in 1912 and a scooter once owned by former prime minister Helen Clark.
See motat.org.nz for more information on the exhibition.
BE IN TO WIN
We have five family passes to the Kiwi Stars and Cars exhibition to give away.
To go in the draw, email your contact details to email@example.com with Motat Giveaway in the subject line; or post your details to Private Bag 56910 Dominion Rd. Entries close February 26.
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