Annual car show returns to Macarthur Square

Rev-heads unite - Macarthur Square's popular car show is back!

The All American Day car show is cruising back to the Campbelltown shopping centre this weekend.

More than 400 vehicles will be on display as local families enjoy the 39th Annual All American Day car show festivities on Sunday, January 16 from 9am.

The cars will be displayed in the red car park (near Coles).

The event exclusively features American-built cars including classic vehicles, vintage and veteran cars, hot rods, cruisers, commercials, muscle cars, convertibles and more.

All proceeds from the day will be donated to The Children's Hospital at Westmead.

The other entertainment on the day will include free live performances, a petting zoo, American-style hotdogs and an ice cream truck.

Mustang Owners Club Australia, NSW president David Livian said he was looking forward to returning to Macarthur Square.

"Following the success of previous years, we are pleased to be bringing the All American Day car show back to Campbelltown," he said.

"Visitors can enjoy the family friendly show, while making the most of everything the shopping centre has to offer - great food, shopping and experiences.

"It's a perfect venue and great outdoor event."

Macarthur Square centre manager Trevor Hill welcomed all car aficionados to the event.

"We are very excited to again host the All American Day car show, which is expected to attract car lovers from all over Sydney," he said.

"We had great feedback from the previous years' attendees and with even more on offer, this year's event will be big fun for the whole family.

"It's a privilege to host an event that gives back to the invaluable work of The Children's Hospital at Westmead."