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25th March 2016 Good Friday Appeal car display For more info: https://goo.gl/VXWpfF
SA Free entry to any American vehicle.
Tilley Reserve, Hancock Rd, Surrey Downs SA.
Phone: 08 8264 9556
Hosted by Ford RS Owners Club, SA at the National Motor Museum in Birdwood.
Entries include Anglias, Prefects, Cortinas, Escorts, the Laser, Zodiac, Zephyr and Capri, plus Focus, Sierra, Fiesta and anything commercial or of special interest. From 10am to 3pm, which includes judging and plenty of sticky-beaking.
For info give Mark a call on Phone: 0439 831 862 Visit: rsownersclubsa.net
Organised by Dry Lake Racers’ Association at Lake Gairdner, SA. See some of Australia’s fastest cars and bikes run toward 400km/h on the dry salt surface of Lake Gairdner.
Say g’day to GT, too, and laugh at his Bug! The event’s remote red-dirt location 250km from Iron Knob (camping only for entrants and spectators – no accommodation/services) adds to this event’s aura.
Gembrook Sports Ground, Gembrook, VIC (Melways 312 D8). Classic, vintage and veteran, hot rods, customs, pick-ups and wagons are all welcome, including Aussie cars from GMH, Ford and Chrysler up to 1975. Entry: $5 (adults), under-12s: free.
Set-up from 8am, food stalls and lots of swap sites available. Stalls: $10.00 per head. Hosts: Rotary Club of Emerald and District Inc.
Phone: Ian Wakefield 0408 769 491
Moe Racing Club (Waterloo Rd) opens its grounds to all the hot and cool metal the Gippy region has to offer. Chrome, plastic and everything from anywhere is welcome (not Priuses or Camry’s of course), just classics. Snap yourself up a trade stall or just bring the motley crew out for a day of wandering and sticky-beaking among the live music and food vans.
Bikes are welcome too.
Phone: 03 5120 1333 Visit: moeracingclub.com.au Email: m.ballard@ moeracingclub.com.
The Thunderbird Owners Club of Victoria is proud to announce that we will be holding our “Make Them Shine 2016” car exhibition at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre in support of the Royal Childrens hospital Good Friday appeal. Last year we raised $15,147 the second highest in the convention centre, this year we aim to beat that amount.
More details to follow.
This year will have a raffle with tickets selling at $2.50 each. 1st prize is a Tuff Lift TL4.0BPDI 2 Post Hoist. 2nd prize is Tools to the value of $300. 3rd prize is Car Cleaning Products to the value of $100.
Phone : 0418 318 967 Visit: https://goo.gl/VXWpfF
This biannual event’s theme in 2016 is ‘All Things Aussie’.
So whether it’s a Purvis Eureka, Goggomobil Dart or a hairy-chested Charger, Falcon or Munro, roll into town for this great big festival of cool. There’s more happening than you can drop-punt an ovular leather sack into.
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Toowoomba’s Railway St
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and carpark will take in the hot rodding horde from the High Altitude Hot Rodders Club. Public entry is free, and the rockabilly music will be loud. Toowoomba Regional Council, supporters of the run, encourage you to chomp, slurp and sip all the deliciousness of the surrounding cafes, restaurants, stalls and venues while enjoying all the chrome, curves and growling magnificence of the cars.
Phone: Claire: 0438 164 054 Email: tmbahotrodsec@ hotmail.com Visit: Facebook: Toowoomba-Hot-Rodders
The Automobile Restorers Association Gold Coast Inc are hoping not to be rained out this year, but you know the drill. Formerly the Carrara Super Swap, now in its second year at the beautiful Country Paradise Parklands, Nerang Beaudesert Rd, 2km west of Nerang. Free camping; show ‘n’ shine open to all makes/models; 18 trophies for restored and modified vehicles. Entry: $5 display, extra $5 for judging.
Caterers on site, natuirally.
For all the info we couldn’t fit on the page call Lyle Ross on Phone: 0449 997 149 Email: aussieacer@hotmail. com.
Visit: www.autorestorers. com.au
The Italian Auto Icons Display is coming to Melbourne’s ‘Little Italy’, Lygon Street, Carlton, on Sunday 6th March. Lygon street will be closed off between Faraday and Elgin Streets, with FREE public entry from 10am to 3pm.
This year’s Italian Auto Icons Display will feature 70 classic and rare Italian cars and over 40 popular Italian motorcycles and scooters.
Members of six Melbourne car clubs and some private owners will be representing brands including Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Fiat, Lancia, Lamborghini and Maserati.
Zagame in conjunction with Fiat Chrysler Australia (FCA) will be displaying a range of current and new models of cars. There will be an even larger display this year of Italian motorbikes and scooters given the favourable visitor feedback received from last year.
Free face painting will be available for the kids.
Supporting a fund that tackles childhood brain cancer, this show has grown iunto a massive event with something in the order of 550 cars, plus music and lots of other features.
Visit: isabellaandmarcus. org.au
This is a big one and well worth a visit. Held at Geelong Showgrounds Breakwater Road, 3219 Geelong. All Holdens (and Holden built and badged vehicles) welcome.
Phone: Dave 0400 336 108
Over 500 entrants and a carpark packing 1500-plus patrons makes this one of the biggest motorsport events in Australia. No wonder! Prepare to see some of the best historic racing you’ll ever clap eyes on, all less than two hours from Melbourne. F5000, sports cars, open-wheel pocket rocketry and touring cars of every shape and colour will rumble over the bridge and shake the island.
Camp trackside, book a plot at the local Big4 or just make a day-trip. But don’t miss it! Secretary contact: Phone: 03 9499 2212 Email: plrandall@bigpond. com Visit: www.vhrr.com
The MB Car Club NSW has strung together a fantastische weekend for lovers of the three-pointed star. You’ll be at a cocktail party on the Friday night at Novatel Hotel, Brighton Le Sands, then driving through the Royal National Park and over the Seacliff Bridge the next day, then landmark tours on the Sunday, then more scenic drives and cricket at Bradman Oval Monday. Plus brekky packages and winery stops.
Phone: Simon Strauss 0409 369 699 Email: rally2016@mbcnsw. org.au Visit: www.mbcnsw.org.au
Over 500 entrants took part in last year’s event, so be sure to get involved in a different kind of petrolhead action at this year’s Bathurst Autofest at Mount Panorama. Go-to-Whoa mania, Autokhanas, dyno competitions, super sprints, show ‘n’ shine action, cruising and plenty of trade stalls to drain your wallet.
Bring the noise (again) to our world-famous motorsport Mecca and watch out for Skippy.
Phone: Diane Adams 0417 511 557 Email: admin.autofest@ bigpond.com Visit: autofest.com.au
More khaki camo-painted hardware than you can lob a grenade at. Jeeps and Land Rovers, Commers with machine guns atop, amphibian trucks and a special celebration of all Chrysler military vehicles (think Dodge, De Soto and Fargo) and the centenary of the tank. Where would the world be without the mighty tank? For a motor event with a twist, lock ‘n’ load for Corowa Showgrounds.
Phone: Jan Thompson 0423 943 010 Email: KVEINC@optusnet. com.au Visit: corowaswim-in.org
Without doubt one of the biggest Chrysler meets on the calendar every year.
DECA driver training will run driving events on the Friday, judging begins on Saturday and trophies awarded Sunday. But even if you’re not there to be scrutinised, get along to Wodonga to see some of the sweetest Mopar, Dodge, AMC, Rambler et al. Saturday will also involve a Supercruise out to the Hume Weir, so be on the lookout. Get your entries in before March 7.
Phone: Kent Wathen 03 5722 2993 Email: info@ chryslersonthemurray.com Visit: chryslersonthemurray. com
Celebrate the laid-back, baby boomer culture of cool cars, green bathrooms and rock & roll. Three days of activities culminating in a chrome-bumper show ‘n shine in the main street of Kurri Kurri, NSW, 2.5hrs north of Sydney.
Visit: kurrikurrinostalgiafestival. com.au
Open to pre-69 hotrods and classics, muscle cars and custom or cafe racer bikes.
Phone: 0478 688 330
It’s one of the best grassroots motorsport weekends of the entire year. Everything from HQ Holdens and Historic Touring Cars to Production Sports, Porsche Club, and the ever-expanding 6 Hour endurance race will be among many other categories to challenge the treachery of Mount Panorama. If the 12 Hour’s too long and V8 Supercars don’t cut it these days, pop the tent, fill an eski and mark your plot for motor racing like it used to be!
Secretary contact: Phone: 07 3315 2499 Email: enquiries@ bathurst6hour.com.au Visit: bathurstmotorfestival. com.au
W.A. Just Cruizin Street Machiners are hosting this whopper car show. You’ll find kids entertainment, market stalls to fill up on cheese and gluten free crispbread, the Gourmet Wine & Food Hall will tempt your tastebuds, and somewhere in there you’ll be able to see some precious Aussie-built cars–the real reason for being there. Entry is via a gold coin donation.
Phone: Naomi: 0418 936 952 Email: aacdwaroona@dodo. com.au for more info.
Seventh annual event, hosted in Narrabri.
Phone: 0488 333 747
Hosting is the 48-78 Holden Car Club Inc. with help from Cessnock City Holden. It’s a day all about chrome.
Calling all cars from rods and customs, to 4WDs to exotics, muscle cars and commercial stuff. Camping is available and there’ll be the usual smattering of revhead entertainment.
Public entry is $2 per person, and you’ll have to leave the turps at home becuase it’s a grog-free gig.
Phone: Troy: 0411 398 599 or Mark: 0429 310 040 Email: cac@48to78holden. com Visit: 48to78holden.com
First time for this event, at the Royal Exhibition Buildings, promising new cars, muscle cars bikes and much more.
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