A rare Auburn 1920s speedster is being taken out for one last spin as a final farewell for the sons of a man who lived for his cars.
"That'll be the last time I probably drive her before she goes," Gary McVicar's son said.
Forestry magnate Gary McVicar left behind a fleet of rare cars after he died four years ago, and now his family are putting them up for sale.
The car, which could fetch over $400,000 at auction, is one of 29 classic cars going under the hammer this Saturday.
Another vehicle up on the auction block is a 1927 Stutz limousine – the last of its kind in the world.
"These cars are like an occasion, you know? Go back in time when you get in them and drive them," Rodney McVicar said.
Also up for grabs is the Clenet, a 1970s showpiece which took 55 years to put together.
"When they came out, they were 10 times the price of an average car in America, so they were built of the elite - perhaps the Hollywood people, things like that," Turners auctioneer Ian Curry said.
He hopes McVicar's much-loved cars will hit the road soon after going under the hammer.
"I imagine this car will end up back on the road very, very, very quickly with the top down," he said.
"We'd rather see them go out to other people that are going to use them rather than just sitting here, because old cars like this need to be driven," Rodney said.