Is this motor vehicle roadworthy?
Hooley and Horseless Carriage Ian Hooley inspects the horseless carriage on display at the Pambula clubhouse of the Sapphire Coast Historic Automobile Club. Is he contemplating modifications to his Cressida?
A group of club members enjoyed a successful five-day tour to the South Coast in November, organised by Graham Crocket and Sue Davis. The Sapphire Coast Historic Automobile Club’s magnificent facility at Pambula was one of the highlights. See the full report in The Colonial (February edition, page 28), plus more reports of events over the busy December-January period.


The Canberra Antique and Classic Motor Club (CACMC) is one of the oldest and largest car clubs in the ACT. Formed in 1968 by a group of enthusiasts who were determined to see Canberra`s motoring heritage preserved, it has grown into a large family-oriented Club, which caters for all makes and models of cars, bikes and trucks.

We have more than 250 members, who between them have more than 300 vehicles from A (Austins) , B (Buick) to M (Morris) to Z (Zephyrs), registered and running. All categories of cars are represented from Veteran, Vintage, Post Vintage to Historic and Classic.

Visitors are always welcome. Club general meetings are normally held on the second Tuesday of the month, and Club runs are usually on the Sunday that follows the general meeting (see the Events calendar for details).