A vintage tractor extravaganza will be sure to rev the engines of Great Southern enthusiasts next month when classic tractors and trucks converge on Sunnydale Farm in Kojonup. Promising to be the biggest event yet, the Sunnydale Vintage Day has engines coming from across the Nullabour to mark the event’s third consecutive instalment. This year’s crowd is set to improve on last year’s 250 patrons, with more activities being made available for the event on Saturday, September 2. The fan favourite tractor sled pull competition will be a highlight on the day, showcasing sheer engine horsepower for spectators to enjoy. The event is community funded through vintage tractor collections group TrachMach Great Southern and this year will feature a merry-go-round, a train ride, old and new tractor displays, truck shows and food vans. TrachMach has held similar vintage tractor rallies around the Great Southern for about five years. A fee of $10 gains access to an event and a free lamb and gravy roll, donated by a neighbouring farmer. Sunnydale Farm owner Stratton Goodall said the day was inclusive for all families and friends. “It is a really fun day to be a part of and there’ll be heaps for the kids to do and for the mums and dads,” Mr Goodall said.