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Aussie Muscle Car Run


“Arguably the best muscle car event in Oz”

– Australian Muscle Car Magazine –


Congratulations to everyone who participated in this year’s Aussie Muscle Car Run!

The Leukaemia Foundation’s Aussie Muscle Car Run took captains and their co-pilots on a stunning sweep of South Australia, through Adelaide, the Fleurieu Penninsula, and the Barossa Valley.

Setting out from Adelaide, cars cruised through Fleurieu Penninsula, to Tailem Bend, Mildura, Renmark, Wilpena Pound, Barossa Valley, and finally back to Adelaide.


In 2018, the event took place from 27 October – 2 November 2018. Information about 2019’s dates will be posted shortly.


Open to cars manufactured between 1963 – 1977 (replicas welcome) and includes various models of Ford, Holden and Chrysler – visit the website for all eligible cars.

Cars of special interest which fall outside the criteria will be considered by the Event Organisers.

How much?

Entrant fee of $1,400 (per person) includes:

  • daily breakfast and dinner
  • six nights of accommodation – twin share
  • on route paramedic
  • managed event support along the way
  • all motor sport events
  • entertainment
  • mechanical support and 24 hour security.

Entrants must fundraise an additional $4,000 (minimum) per car entry and entrants will be given fundraising support and advice from the Leukaemia Foundation’s events team.

More information

For more information and conditions of entry, visit the Aussie Muscle Car website.

Last updated on November 5th, 2018

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