The 2021 event raised nearly $30,000, supporting the Rosebud Hospital and the Special Care Nursery in purchasing foetal heart monitoring equipment.
A display of unique veteran, vintage, classic
and modern motor cars.
This Flinders fundraiser event is managed by
Flinders and District Lions Club
to support Peninsula Health
and other local charities and causes.
Congratulations to all of the 2021 winners!
Best Oily Rag
This is a vehicle that present as original and is not changed or rebuilt or restored in any way.
Winner – Holden 1978 – HZ Premier
Owner - Alan Pullar – Peninsula Boys Club
Best PVT Car
This is a Post Vintage Thoroughbred – English or European
Winner – Jaguar 1972 – E type 2 +2
Owner – John Mann - Jaguar Car Club of Victoria
Best Classic Car
This can be any American car post Vintage that is at least 25 years old.
Winner - Ford 1967 Mustang
Owner – Dale Osborne – Peninsula Boys Club
Best Modified Car
This can be any pre 1987 vehicle that has been modified (including Hot Rods)
Winner – Porsche ST 1972
Owner - Clyde Boyer - Australian TYP 901
Most Rare or Unusual Car
Any pre 1987 vehicle
Winner – Chevrolet 1967 Corvette
Owner - Leigh Wissell
Best Club Display
A club with the best display. This can be one marque or many
Winner – BMW Club in Area B
Best Vintage Car
Any vehicle manufactured or delivered between 1918 and 1930
Winner – Chevrolet 1932 Confederate Roadster
Owner - Rosslyn Smith
Chairman’s Special Award
Awarded by the Chairman of Flinders Motoring Heritage and not judged or influenced by the judges
Winner - BMW 2017 - M4 DTM Championship
Owner – Christopher Lee
Car of the Show
This is the most outstanding vehicle presented on the day
Winner – Alpha Romeo 1974 Montreal
Owner – Chris Charge