Anything on wheels: Madiba Bay car show

2018-05-17 06:01

Anything on wheels, is the acceptance rule for participating in the Madiba Bay Car Show which will be hosted at Otto du Plessis High School on September 1st.

Sponsored by Speedyquip, it will the sixth annual car show for charity purposes hosted by the East Cape Street Rod & Custom Car Club.

The exhibitors’ entry fee for the day (for a driver and one passenger) is toiletries for the aged or a donation of R20.

The entrance fee for the public is R30 for adults, R10 for scholars.

Visitor can expect a variety of cars from old to new, street rods, exotics, classics, vintage and super cars, motorcycles and trikes.

The Madiba Bay Car Show is for the whole family and guaranteed to bring excitement to petrol heads. If you want to put your car on show, showing it off and making noise with it, get it ready so long!

  • For more information contact Stephen Bothma on 083 270 9032 or 041 991 1608.

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