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Vintage line-up … Cars over 100-years-old lined up Delhaven Motel and Caravan Park before heading north to Richmond to join the Vintage Car Club National Veteran Rally.

By Robyn Bristow

A gleaming line-up of vintage cars, all over 100-years-old, pulled out of Amberley’s Delhaven Motel and Caravan Park today on the second leg of their Prince Henry Tour.

The 12 cars from all over New Zealand, with one even hailing from Australia, were headed to Richmond, near Nelson to attend the Vintage Car Club National Veteran Rally from November 16 to November 23.

Among the entourage were Ray and Glenis Miller of Hawarden with their 1918 Hudson.

Hawarden beauty . . . Gary and Glenis Miller and their 1918 Hudson. Photo: Robyn Bristow

The gathering of the 100-year-old vehicles in Richmond will include a tour of Golden Bay.

The cars and proud owners set off from Ashburton on Wednesday having arrived from Te Puke, Invercargill, Christchurch, Ashburton, Mosgiel, Hororata, Ashburton, Tauranga, Palmerston North, Hawarden, Mosgiel and Australia.

They were stopping at Reefton overnight, before heading north to Richmond.