Father’s Day car cruise

Lyndsay Wilson (left), of Mosgiel, his son Steve Wilson, of Concord, and a glimpse of his 1963 MGB.
Lyndsay Wilson (left), of Mosgiel, his son Steve Wilson, of Concord, and a glimpse of his 1963 MGB.
Chris Bay, of Mornington, and his daughters (from left) Charlotte (9), Maggie (2) and Michaela (7...
Chris Bay, of Mornington, and his daughters (from left) Charlotte (9), Maggie (2) and Michaela (7) and his 2010 Lexus LS460.
Les Rainbow and his sons Mikey (17, left) and Steven Rainbow, all of Dunedin, and their Holden...
Les Rainbow and his sons Mikey (17, left) and Steven Rainbow, all of Dunedin, and their Holden Kingswoods — a 1977 HX and 1979 HZ.
Ben Allison and his children Kaia (4) and Neihana (10), all of St Kilda, and his 1993 Toyota...
Ben Allison and his children Kaia (4) and Neihana (10), all of St Kilda, and his 1993 Toyota Hilux Surf. PHOTOS: SHAWN MCAVINUE
Carl Jenner, of Abbotsford, and his son Aaron Jenner, of Mosgiel
Carl Jenner, of Abbotsford, and his son Aaron Jenner, of Mosgiel
Nearly 40 vehicles embarked on the Mates Car Cruize Father’s Day run from Dunedin to the East Otago Machinery Club in Palmerston for a barbecue. Reporter Shawn McAvinue photographed some dads before they departed St Kilda on Sunday.

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