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Participants, mostly car-lovers, in 28 cars took part in a written quiz, made stops to take photos, including at Taieri Mouth and Kaitangata, and later visited South Otago Customs, in Balclutha.
This firm specialises in restoring hot rods, street machines and classic cars, and Balclutha people also brought along 10 of their cars for the visitors to see.
Participants later dined at Rosebank Lodge, Balclutha, before heading home.
Among those taking part were Dunedin businessman Brian Olsen and his wife Karen in their Australian-built 1971 Chrysler Hemi Pacer.
Mr Olsen (57) said the trip was a great chance to meet new friends and a welcome break from work.
"We’ve got common interests.
"There were kids there, there were grandparents, everyone seemed to get along very well."
Dunedin resident Paul Mann said the Father’s Day run was part of a wider series of monthly Sunday car trips by a Dunedin group called Mates Car Cruize, which he initiated and has been organising for nearly five years.
"Everybody enjoyed it, everybody had a good day."