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CACMC member Graham Crockett is thinning out his collection of special cars:
- 1969 Porsche 911E
- 1985 Jaguar XJ-SC
- 1985 Alfa Romeo (Alfetta) 2.0 GTV.
- 2005 Subaru Liberty wagon 2.0 turbo
Binalong Motor Museum closing auction, online 26 July. Owner Stuart Saunders is selling most of one of Australia’s finest private vehicle collections. From books and memorabilia up to … Read on..
Graham and Heather Gittins are planning a trip to the New South Wales Goldfields centred on Bathurst and Forbes/Grenfell. Proposed timing is March/April next year (2021).
It is envisaged that … Read on..
CACMC member Chris Clark passes on some information gleaned 1/7/2020 in transferring rego from ACT to NSW (full or concession).
- Proof of identity – If you have never been a
Sunday 21 June 2020 saw 36 CACMC members and friends shake their fists at the threatening weather and take 22 vehicles out for our Midwinter run. Destination was Braidwood, via … Read on..
On a rather chilly Sunday morning, a small group of members met at Bungendore for the trip up to Goulburn via Tarago. They were: Graham Bigg (BMW) and passenger Bob … Read on..
At the General Meeting on 10 March the Committee introduced a proposal to adjust membership fees from 1 July 2020.
- Single and Family membership will each be reduced by $5p.a.,
There were around 50 historic vehicles on display in the CACMC area on the main arena at Queanbeyan Showgrounds, not to mention those parked with other specialist clubs. The weather … Read on..
The Canberra Model Engineers Club invited CACMC to display at their open day on Sunday 15 March, at their impressive layout in Symonston, on the eastern fringe of Canberra. Club … Read on..
A large number of CACMC members and vehicles enjoyed the beautiful park location and Britishly fine weather (ie. fine, with a stiff breeze) for Terribly British this year. We couldn’t … Read on..
CACMC was well represented at Classic Yass this year. Rain was vaguely forecast, but didn’t amount to anything and the brave were rewarded with a fine day in fine surroundings, … Read on..
Twenty members participated in the annual President’s Run event in beautiful weather on Sunday 22 September. Despite competition from the Big3 American Car show taking place at the Queanbeyan Showgrounds, … Read on..
There were several retirements and elections of new office-bearers at the CACMC Annual General Meeting held on 10 September 2019.
Some retiring office-holders had served the club in various positions … Read on..
At the CACMC Annual Presentation Dinner on Saturday 1st August, the following annual trophies were presented for vehicle restoration and club support categories:
- Bill Amies Mechanical Excellence Award:
The Four Mountains Challenge was resurrected by club member Malcolm Noad who was the originator of the original Three Mountains Challenge in memory of his late father-in-law, Jim Bruce.
Jim … Read on..
Sixteen members signed in at the Crookwell Potato Festival show on Saturday 11 May, bringing nine cars to shine among the spuds.
They joined about 40 other cars from Crookwell … Read on..
A few of the CACMC member vehicles at Yass, lunch stop for our “Old Hume Highway” run from Canberra via Collector, Breadalbane and Gunning on Sunday 14th April 2019. Lee … Read on..
CACMC has been invited to participate in the Show and Shine car exhibition at the Crookwell Potato Festival on Saturday
CACMC access to the showground is via the gate off … Read on..
24 CACMC club cars scooted up hill and down dale from Weston Creek to Tidbinbilla Deep Space Tracking Station for the monthly club run, on Sunday 17 March. Watch for … Read on..
Around 60 vehicles owned by CACMC members were on display at the Shannons’ Wheels annual display, this year again at the Queanbeyan Showgrounds.
A number of members had several vehicles … Read on..
The CACMC website now offers a lot of flexibility in the kind of material we can share online and keep up to date.
Use the revised menus or the enhanced … Read on..