THE weather was cold and windy but that didn't stop over 2000 people from flocking to the showgrounds on the weekend.
Naracoorte's popular swap meet was on with sellers and buyers coming from all over the State, western Victoria and beyond to see what was on offer.
There were rows and rows of vintage machinery, car parts, old tools and collectables of every kind at the two-day event.
For 2014 the Show 'n' Shine was back after a one-year hiatus and 40 vehicles were entered into it.
Nick Hunt's 1925 Dodge Buckboard won the pre-1941 category, Gordon Wrights's 1952 Silver MGTD the 1941-60 and Andrew Aldersley's Bronze Holden Monaro the 1961-90.
The best street machine went to Anthony Whitehead and his 1948 Studebaker.