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charity at car show
Fast cars: Kerenza Robertson, 10, with Tin Tin and Snowy at the
Wellington Classic Car Show on Sunday.
Photo: TALIA CARLISLE
By TALIA CARLISLE
Fans of the movie Tin Tin got
the chance to meet their favour-
ite characters at Wellington
Rotary Club s Classic Car Show
on Taranaki Wharf on Sunday.
The replicas of Tin Tin and
Captain Haddock were on dis-
play next to 50 vintage cars,
including the original Chitty
Chitty Bang Bang and a 1910
bus and truck borrowed from
Peter Jackson s personal collec-
Classic Car Show convener
Stephen Matthews said the
turnout was really good and
about $10,000 was raised for
Wellington Free Ambulance
Our objective was to try and
get [defibrillators] in as many
buildings as we can, so if some-
one has a heart attack then they
can get easy access to one.
An ambulance takes between
five to 10 minutes, but if you
had one of these it could save
someone s life.
Kerenza Robertson, 10, of
Wainuiomata, had her photo
taken with Tin Tin and Snowy
and said she loved the movie.
Of course I am a fan and it s
cool to have a picture next to
him. It felt pretty cool, she said.
Mr Matthews said the show
had almost every type of classic
Holden courtesy of the Early
Holden Car Club.
There was an oil-changing
competition sponsored by the
Motor Trade Association.
Motorsport New Zealand also
had two cars on display, a new
generation NZV8 and Toyota
racing series wings and slicks
single-seater race car.
This is the second Classic Car
Show organised by the rotary
club. The next one will be at
Westpac Stadium in 2014.
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