Entries into the expo allowed car owners vehicles to be judged on their appearance and other attractive features and modifications.
From mattresses to duvet sets, socks and blankets, each centre received an abundance of donations.
Some of the items on sale included women and children’s clothing, toys, plastic containers, beauty products, arts and crafts, shoes, abayas, scarves and more.
All entrants received a certificate on completion, and the first 100 bagged themselves free McDonald’s hamburgers.
Well-known resident, Aunty Barbie, also celebrated her 85th birthday on the day.
A sense of camaraderie filled the air, while the Old Tooters Club prepared to drive through to Vryheid.
The purpose of the tournament was for competitors to build up points to compete in the South African Championships.
Guests were able to enjoy a relaxing evening where they were reminded of the special roles fathers played in families, while dining on a scrumptious meal.
Pleased with the response, organisers said it was encouraging to see people playing an active role in living healthily.
Ending the night on a high note was legendary entertainer Ray Dylan, who stole the show with some of his classic ballads and covers.
The event was organised by Champ Marketing and Events, who are very proud of the Airshow and its growth over the past eight years.