The event which raises money to go towards the popular 'Shitbox Rally' and in turn the Cancer Council featured some 64 Mini and Mini variants including Cooper S, Mini Clubman, Leyland GT, Leyland S, Sunshine, Moke, BMW, Leyland P76, Morris Minor & Mini K models.
There really was something for all tastes on display on Sunday, so even if you happened to be one of the few people walking around that wasn't a die-hard Mini fan, you still got a buzz from the event.
Ranging from fully restored examples to stock, un-touched originals and highly modified machines there was a lot of diversity amongst the group which was great to see!
You couldn't have asked for better weather on the day either with blue skies and sunshine throughout the morning.
Amongst the horde of these classic micro machines were several finely-modified and in some cases quite quirky examples including this extremely-neat Estate wagon we we're quite fond of. Featuring a Twin Kam eight valve head conversion, complete with quad throttles from a BMW motorcycle, it had us quite intreaged!
Grafted atop a 1275cc Mini bottom end we'd imagine it would be quite fun to drive through the twisties and have some nice snappy throttle response...
Another interesting machine was Michael Benton's harlequin purple example. Featuring a highly-detailed supercharged 1275cc donk up front.
The detail in the build was amazing and it's no wonder why it picked up the People's Choice award on the day!
Winner of the coveted 'Car Of The Year' award was Steve Bogan with his immaculate restored Mini Cooper S. Unfortunately we somehow foolishly missed getting a decent close up shot of the car (Probably the only one too...) but you can see it here positioned between the two green vehicles...Just... Sorry Steve, we owe you one for next time :(