ANDREW Key's most prized possession is his 1970s XY Falcon 500 station wagon.
The car holds a lot of history and significance to Mr Key and his family. His father bought the car in 1973, when Mr Key was just three.
Mr Key, of Camden, can recall many good memories in the car.
"We used to sleep in the back of the car on long road trips," he said.
"It was the car I used to take my wife out on our the first date.
"I always said to my dad, 'don't you ever sell that car'. It's been a significant part of my life."
Apart from being a car enthusiast, Mr Key is also interested in other big boys toys including motorbikes and vehicles of all sorts.
His passion has lead him to organise a group for men and their families called Men and Machines.
He said the group was formed with members from local church communities with the aim of changing the perception of Christianity and faith.
"A lot of us involved are passionate about our cars and machines, we love mucking around with cars," he said.
"Our aim is to not to Bible bash people or pressure them into accepting Christianity.
"We'd like to change people's perspective about how they view Christians."
This year Men and Machines will host an event featuring more than 160 exhibitors.
The displays will include old muscle cars, V8 racing cars, drag cars, hot rods, motorcycles, trail and dirt bikes, horse-drawn carriages, Lamborghinis, WWII vehicles and even a 52-tonne army tank.
There will be something to entertain all of the family, with ride-on lawn mower races, helicopter joy flights, aviation aerobatic demonstrations, race car simulator competitions and live entertainment.
There will be also be a range of free children's activities including mini hot rod rides, rock climbing and jumping castles.
Men and Machines will be held at Macarthur Anglican School at Cobbitty on Saturday, October 19, from 10am-4pm.
Entry is $10 a person or $30 for a family. For details visit the Men and Machines website at tinyurl.com/q936s2e.