2022 FMH WIX banner 280122-FIN.jpg

Proudly supporting

Peninsula-Health-logo-2017-1.jpg

The 2022 event raised more than $40,000, supporting the Rosebud Hospital and the Special Care Nursery in purchasing foetal heart monitoring equipment.

 ABOUT

A display of unique veteran, vintage, classic

and modern motor cars.

This Flinders fundraiser event is managed by 

Flinders District Lions Club

to support Peninsula Health.

 
 

2022 WINNERS

Best PVT car Barry Broom 1932 MG Magna F1
press to zoom
Chairmans award Leigh Wissell 1967 Chevrolet Corvette
press to zoom
Best veteran car Barry Smith 1913 De Dion Bouton
press to zoom
Best vintage car Joe Barbieri 1928 Kissel Coupe
press to zoom
Best oily rag Gregory Johnson 1950 Bentley MK6
press to zoom
Best motorbike Steven Findlay 1959 Vincent Comet 500cc
press to zoom
Best modified car Adam Kenner 1959 Porsche 356 Speedster replica
press to zoom
Best in show Bruce Elliott Smith 1969 Jaguar 420G
press to zoom
Best classic post vintage Lou De Fazio 1965 Mustang Convertible
press to zoom
1/1

Congratulations to all of the 2022 winners!

 

Best Oily Rag

This is a vehicle that present as original and is not changed or rebuilt or restored in any way.
Winner – 1950 Bentley MK6
Owner - Gregory Johnston

 

Best PVT Car

This is a Post Vintage Thoroughbred – English or European manufactured up to 1978
Winner – 1932 MG Magna F1
Owner – Barry Broom

 

Best Classic Post Vintage Car 

An American car post Vintage manufactured between 1930 -1978
Winner - 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible 
Owner – Lou De Fazio

Best Modified Car

Any car that is not original, manufactured between 1918 - 1978 
Winner – 1959 Porsche 356 Speedster replica
Owner - Adam Kenner

Best Club Display

A club with the best display. 
Winner – Jaguar Club of Victoria

Best Presented Motor Bike

Best presented Motorbike in the judging arena
Winner – 1959 Vincent Comet 500cc

Owner - Steven Findlay

 

Best Vintage Car

Any vehicle manufactured or delivered between 1918 and 1930 
Winner – 1928 Kissel Coupe
Owner - Joe Barbieri

Best Veteran Car

Best veteran car manufactured before 1918 
Winner – 1913 De Dion Bouton
Owner - Barry Smith

 

Chairman’s Award

Awarded by the Chairman of Flinders Motoring Heritage and not judged or influenced by the judges
Winner - 1967 Chevrolet Corvette
Owner – Leigh Wissell

 

People's Choice Award

Judged by the public from all cars on display
Winner - 1972 Porsche 365
Owner – Tom Barr Smith

Best in Show

This is the most outstanding vehicle presented on the day
Winner – 1969 Jaguar 420G
Owner – Bruce Elliot-Smith

 

 

How to Enter

This event is a display of classic, veteran, vintage & neo classic motors and motorbikes ...... 

The Promoter

Now in it's 4th year, the Flinders & District Lions Club runs this popular event .... 

The Program

The action filled day runs between 10am-2pm, culminating in a 2pm awards ceremony ....

The Best Bits

Click through for the do's and don'ts for registration, participation and judging ....

 

2022 SPONSORS

ENTRIES 2022

How to Enter

This event is a display of classic, veteran, vintage & neo classic motors and motorbikes ...... 

The Promoter

Now in it's 6th year, the Flinders & District Lions Club runs this popular event .... 

The Program

The action-packed day runs between 10am-2pm, culminating in a 2pm awards ceremony ....

The Best Bits

Click through for the do's and don'ts for registration, participation and judging ....

pan.jpg
 

INFO

AROUND FLINDERS
MAP & PARKING PLAN
FLINDERS VILLAGE
CONTACT US
The 2022 Flinders Motoring Heritage is an initiative and a major fundraising event for the Flinders District Lions Club Inc. Funds raised go to Peninsula Health who have struggled with fundraising for many months during COVID. In 2021, FMH raised $28,000 for Peninsula Health which assisted with the purchase of a paedeatric cardiorespiratory foetal monitor which allows unwell infants to be fully monitored. In 2022, we will again be supporting them with tangible projects to support local medical, care and hospital services.
FUNDRAISING
Peninsula-Health-logo-2017-1.jpg