Hundreds turned out for the charity fund-raising event at the Trinity museum. In all, £2,250 was collected for Jersey Hospice.
It was also a chance to remember Sylvia Pallot, a trustee of the museum and a popular figure at the attraction.
She was cared for at Jersey Hospice Care’s Clarkson House in the time immediately before her recent death.
Sylvia’s brother, Sam Pallot, said that the day had been a great success. He said that he was especially pleased that so many of the Island’s car clubs had turned out to help.
A total of 57 Minis lined up, as did a full family of Ford Anglias and several shining examples of the Triumph Herald and Austin Healey.
‘We had a lot of people through the gates,’ said Sam. ‘I think the highlight for me was seeing all the Minis lined up.
‘The weather was a little overcast, but it was perfect and it was nice to see so many people from the car clubs.’ He added that the next fayre would be on Liberation Day, as usual.