Car enthusiasts flocked to Majuba Lodge on Saturday, April 13, to enjoy a car show that captivated the hearts of young and old alike.
The Old Hooters Club hosted its 40th anniversary on Saturday, where the public could admire approximately an amazing 45 vintage cars.
Automobiles that have stood the test of time and resonate the class and style we link to bygone days.
Eddie Honeyball, a member of the Old Hooters Club explains the club was established on 18 June 1979.
The Old Hooters Club was established by Louw Bornman, Christo Davidson, Dave Mynhardt, Pieter Theron, Doctor Cliff Norde, Joe Koekemoer, Eric Bonthuys, as well as Terry and Christine Botha. Their mission to unite like-minded people and to ensure classic cars are never forgotten but are rather loved and appreciated.
“It is a club for people that are interested in classic and vintage cars. We have our social meetings every Friday and arrange outings and shows once a month,” says Eddie.
With spectacular cars on display, good camaraderie and an air of delight, the event proved to be a truly enjoyable event for one and all.