The Veteran Car Club of Australia (Victoria) Inc.Catering for All Pre 1919 Motor Vehicle Enthusiasts A.B.N. 67 004 366 312, Inc. No. A0097964Y
In recognition of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) threat, the Club has cancelled all upcoming events and meetings.The Club journal Brass Notes will be issued as usual. Please refer to future updates should the situation change.
Note: The RACV 2020 National Veteran Vehicle Rally (Swan Hill) has been postponed until October 2021. Please visit the Rally Home page for further details. Rally Home Page
The Veteran Car Club of Australia (Victoria) was founded in 1955 and caters for those who are interested in Cars, Commercial Vehicles and Motorcycles manufactured before January 1st 1919.
Membership is open to anyone with an interest in these early vehicles.
It is definitely not a requirement to own a veteran vehicle, membership of the club is a great way to enjoy a common interest and a fascinating hobby.
The Veteran Car Club of Australia (Victoria) hold 3 major events a year:
- RACV Veteran Car Club Annual Rally
generally held in November each year
- RACV Mid Winter Rally
generally held in July each year
- RACV 1 & 2 Cylinder Rally
generally held in March each year
We also organise day runs, mid week events and other weekend events, such as the Four or More Rally, make sure to check our coming events for further details.
Veteran Car Vehicle Index –
The Association of Veteran Car Clubs in Australia
The Membership Directory of all members of the various veteran car clubs around Australia, has recently been forwarded in hard-copy to all members.
The link attached, provides access to an index of vehicles. They are listed alphabetically. When used with the Directory this enables contact with others who own vehicles of interest.We trust the index is of use to members.
Motor Trip In Three States In A Model T Ford In July 1914
Owners: P.Oakley Fysh, J. Sydney Richie, W. Stewart Johnstone
The idea of our trip in three States arose from hearing there was a road good enough for motors from Mildura to Adelaide. In consequence P.O. Fysh, J.S. Ritchie and W.S. Johnstone decided, instead of spending a holiday in the usual way, to take a motor and go as far as possible in about 3 weeks.
Club History Book
There remain available only a very limited number of the Club’s history book. This is a quality publication, completed in 2018 which details the entire Club history, since 1955.
If you would like to learn more about the Club’s history and see an introduction to the book, here is a presentation given at the Automotive Historians of Australia conference in October 2018.
Please complete the following form if you are interested to purchase a copy of the book, and we will make contact with you.
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