Crews attached to Turvey Park fire station have extinguished their 70th car fire this year.
Shortly after midnight on Sunday October 7, police and firefighters attended the scene about 500 metres from the rail bridge on Red Hill Road, near Lloyd.
It took 20 minutes to contain the fire that had ignited a white Daihatsu Charade. The car was not leaking fuel or fluids at the time of the fire.
Police are continuing investigations into the cause and potential perpetrators.
It follows a similar occurrence on Friday October 5, when a police chase ended in a car fire just after 11.30pm.
The burnt out Holden Rodeo was found on Bushland Leavenworth Drive, Mount Austin.
As with the second instance, Turvey Park firefighters were called to the scene and had the blaze extinguished within 20 minutes.
The previous morning, Thursday October 4, the crews responded to reports that two cars had been simultaneously set alight at a Bourke Street property.
The Holden Commodore and Mitsubishi Pajero were owned by the same family, who were woken to the sound of car alarms in the early hours.