Aussie Muscle Car Run
“Arguably the best muscle car event in Oz”
– Australian Muscle Car Magazine –
The island awaits!
This year’s Leukaemia Foundation Aussie Muscle Car run took in 1700 kms from Adelaide to Melbourne.
Setting out from Adelaide, cars cruised through Halls Gap, Phillip Island, the Grand Prix Circuit, Mornington Peninsula, and finally ended in Melbourne.
Due to growing popularity, the 2019 AMCR was the largest to date, with 65 stunning and varied muscle cars taking on this epic motoring challenge to help raise more than $550,000 to help beat blood cancer.
In 2019, the run took place from Saturday 26 October to Saturday 2 November. 2020 dates will be confirmed soon.
Open to cars manufactured between 1963 – 1977 (replicas welcome) and included various models of Ford, Holden and Chrysler.
Cars of special interest which fell outside the criteria were considered by the Event Organisers.
More information on entering this year’s event will be posted on the Aussie Muscle Car website soon.
For more information and conditions of entry, visit the Aussie Muscle Car website.Last updated on February 10th, 2020
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