Motoring fans roar to the aid of SPCA

PARK OFF FOR A CAUSE: The Captured Stance Crew held their inaugural SPCA Park Off at Hamiltons Club on Saturday. Picture: AMANDA NANO

Modified cars and chest-thumping sounds were on display at the inaugural SPCA Park Off held at the Hamiltons Sports Club in Selborne, East London last on Saturday.

Low suspension, exquisite rims and some classic cars were on display as motor lovers came to admire them while contributing to a good cause.

Hosted by Captured Stance Crew (CSC), this nine-man crew of animal lovers wanted to give back to the community in the way they best knew how – with cars.

“We decided to do a charity event where all the money raised will go to the SPCA. We’ve also asked that attendees bring animal food,” said CSC chairperson, Kyle Pridgeon.

CSC had three months to prepare for the event.

“We’re happy about the turnout, and this couldn’t have happened without the crew pulling together, as well as our out sponsors,” Pridgeon said.

East London SPCA fundraiser Margaret Pautz said they appreciated CSC’s efforts to help the organisation.

“I’m really impressed and grateful for what they’ve done for us, and to be able to pull off such a successful event. We will be doing having an official handover at during the weekend,” Pautz said.

Guitar Legends, featuring Nathan Smith, will perform on April 26 at the Guild Theatre in support of the SPCA.

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