A convoy of 26 wild and wacky vehicles set off from Northfleet to Barcelona to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.
The Jukebox Rally team hoped to raise more than £100,000 travelling 500 miles a day to get to Barcelona within four days - without a satnav.
The convoy reached Barcelona last Friday and has raised more than £125,000.
Organised by Keyline Builders Merchants, former England, Watford and AC Milan striker and supporter of Prostate Cancer UK Luther Blisset set the teams on their way last Wednesday.
Mr Blisset said: “The Jukebox Rally is not only a brilliant idea for car enthusiasts who want to go on an exciting journey, it’s a fantastic way to raise awareness of prostate cancer and vital funds for Prostate Cancer UK to support the 250,000 men affected by the disease.
“On behalf of the charity, I would like to extend a big thank you to everyone at Keyline who has organised yet another fantastic the event, and also to all the staff and suppliers for getting involved.
"I wish everyone the best of luck and a very safe journey to and from Barcelona.”
More than £675,000 has been raised by Keyline over the years.
Managing director Andrew Harrison said: “Each year our rallies keep getting bigger and better and this year’s Keyline Jukebox Rally was another fantastic experience.
"After the success of the Thunderball Rally in 2012, this year’s will hopefully raise even more much needed funds and awareness of prostate cancer and the fantastic work that Prostate Cancer UK does.”