South Australia was home to the last cruise for 2013 and the southern state didn’t disappoint raising $16,496.75 for Camp Quality!



The Home Makers Centre in Mile End filled up quickly with over 320 cars gathering for a Sunday morning drive.



Leading the long line of cruisers were Scott and Jamie in their neck snapping street machines.


The cruise wound its way through the Adelaide hills to the Barossa Arts and Convention Centre for an afternoon in the sun.





On arrival, cruisers were greated with a myriad of trade stands, the Liqui-Moly Hunt for Horsepower, sound comp and the hotly contested Miss Cruise for Charity





There were trophies a plenty at Cruise for Charity Extra, South Australia. The full list can be found below:

Best Street Car of the Day: HDT 454 White VK
Peoples Choice: SENATOR Vy Sen Sig
Most Modified: HDT 454
Best Interior: Blue VL Calais AA891Z
Best Number Plates: RULEGAL Vy ute
Most WOW factor: TROUBL3 white ve
Best Engine Bay: MANAR0 blue monaro
Cleanest Car: GRPA blue Vk Brock
Best Stanced: Silver vz calais S728AFB
‘Rolling Defect’: 4CE FED
Best Paint Street : Black BF Xr6t
Best Paint Show : MANAR0
Best Wheels: BMW X5 (Vossen CV3 22″)
Best Sleeper: VP Calais LS1 RUK455
Loudest Stereo:Brock VE Wagon 136.8db

The Liqui-Moly Hunt for Horsepower continued in South Australia with the states winner taking the title in his E3 GTS Red e3 Gts with a highest run of 610 rwhp


The volunteer coordinator Tom Jones, worked long and hard with his team over the last few months to create such a successful event, and we are all grateful for all the effort! Without volunteers like Tom and his team, we wouldn’t have events in the smaller states.

On behalf of Cruise for Charity, we would like to thank the following for assisting in making Cruise for Charity Extra such a great day: Willall Racing, Muscle Garage, Rebel Ford, Custom Automotive Refinishers, Pacemaker Ceremic Coat Australia, C.A.C.H.E Car Club, Kennards Hire, Kensington Park Tyrepower, Autobarn Elizabeth, Sound Off Super Series, Ignite Racing (QLD), Mile End Homemaker Centre, Barossa Arts & Convention Centre, Colin Baker, Jason Waye, Rino D’alfonso, Steve Ramsay, Aaron & Francine Butler, Rick Martin, Lorrain Jones, Skye Martin, Nikki Taylor, James Poke and Sheree Mills.

If you would like to know more about the way in which MotorEx Cruise for Charity raises money for Camp Quality, head to our about page to find out how you can help. To see more photos from the day click here and thanks to Nathan Taylor Photography and Kevin Peach Media for the great shots.