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Toby Walker, Jayce Aquilina, Mitchell and Angus Walker were racing around the track all day.
Nanjing Night Net

THE Military Jeep Club of Queensland’s annual Swap and Vehicle Show made record numbers in Beaudesert at the weekend.

More than 700 people walked through the gates, including manywho came from interstate andcamped out at the Beaudesert Showground from Thursday until Sunday.

The swap day on Sundayfeaturedmany stalls as peoplewent to buy and swap car parts, collectibles and other historical treasures on sale.

Buyers left with items such ashelmets, shovels, badges and evenflippers.

The weekend also saw a number offour-wheel drive runs to Rathdowney and other Scenic Rim destinations.

More than 100WWII Jeeps, including a 1942 Ford, scout cars andBren gun carriers, were on display.

Crowds flock to Military Jeep Show | Photos Teresa and Bill Wust, of Gatton, were excited to take their Ford 1942 Jeep for a spin.

Toby Walker, Jayce Aquilina, Mitchell and Angus Walker were racing around the track all day.

Tim Dee, of Ipswich, Dug Keppie and Chris Orton, of the Gold Coast, caught up at the show and had a look at the vehicles.

There were many Jeeps on display throughout the weekend.

Tomas, Llinos and Matilda Hanson, of Beaudesert, were excited to see the Vehicle Show.

The Military Jeep Club of Queensland staged a setting with the vehicles that sends you back in time.

Robyn, Thomas, Steven and William Parrinder, of Jimboomba, went to the show for the day and even brought their own Jeep to show.

The Military Jeep Club of Queensland recreated the past with tents, bikes and old possessions.

Kerrie and Lindsay Shaw, of Townsville, were passing by Beaudesert until they heard of the event and couldn’t miss it.

An Austin Champ made by Rolls Royce was on sale after years of having it in the family.

Vern Keys, of Lismore, brought his sons, Billy and Jackson to have a boys day out.

Some items that were on sale for the Swap and Meet.

Grahame Kerr, of Ipswich, and Wayne Milburn, of Toowoomba, brought this magnificent vehicle out to the Beaudesert showgrounds.

Many people went to view the vehicles when it was competition time.

There were plenty of Jeeps to judge on Saturday afternoon.

Jamie Sharp and Lenita Wright, of Brisbane, made their way to the camping grounds with their Jeep.

Suzann Baker, of Ipswich, and Wayne Norris, of Brisbane, were happy to see many MJCQ members during the four-day event.

Bob Shutt, of Monto, went brought his S1 scout car.

There was also plenty of bikes that were on display.

Bruce Webber, of Muswellbrook, was selling and swapping his collectables. This was his first time attending the Swap Meet and promised to be back next year.

There were many members of the club selling and swapping their collection of boots, helmets and old military gear.

Most of the bikes and vehicles on display have been upgraded with new parts to get them up and running again.

David Smith, from Ormeau, had a great time riding around on bikes and Jeeps.

Stephen and Stacy Griffith, from Cornubia, had a nice ride around the track.

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