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Vintage Car Club of New Zealand Otago branch secretary Marion McConachie, of Mornington, said about 50 vehicles, ranging from a Model T to a late model Mustang raised nearly $700 by entering a Daffodil Rally for Cancer in Dunedin.
"The rally went surprising well, considering all the other events that were going on in the city.''
Club branches held similar rallies across New Zealand to raise money for their local Cancer Society branches.
Mr McLeary said they had owned the car for three years and had recently had the 2.5-litre engine rebuilt and an overdrive gearbox installed.
Ms Arras said the pair decorated their Triumph to make it "stand apart from the other cars''.
The decorations included sunhats on the rear parcel tray, picnic baskets on the back seat and jerry cans and suitcases on the roof rack.
A sticker on the back window reads: "Drive tastefully.''
The rally departed the car park near Dunedin Ice Stadium, stopped for ice cream and coffee in Outram and travelled across to Taieri Mouth, before returning to St Kilda.