A vast array of new and used automotive parts were up for grabs at the Super Southern Swap Meet held at the Kustom Car Club’s clubrooms in Christchurch on Sunday, March 15. The swap meet is open to automotive items only with everything from tyres, wheels, lights, and the usual unwanted hoardings available for a price. Several complete cars were even amongst the items with a price tag on them. There was an MK3 Zephyr, that looked like it was pulled out from under some trees, and a 1930 Willys, which had a $10K price tag on it.
For those who arrived early and needed their caffeine fix, coffee was available, as well as hot dogs and chips. After looking around at the parts and parting with some money, it was time to have a look around the car display, which had a great selection of vehicles on show. Even though there was the threat of Cyclone Pam hitting, it was great to see that the weather remained clear and warm, with plenty of people making the most of it.