Over the years the Branch has acquired a huge number of parts, mostly donated, and there is a steady inflow and outflow of parts that are now so hard to source for older vehicles.
The Parts Department is open from 9.30am to 12 noon every Wednesday and noggin and natter night. Members are welcome to join the camaraderie of the Parts Department Wednesday group.
A selection of photographs, a number of which featuring members' vehicles, taken at Pleasant Point's 'Get to the Point' Day on Saturday 9 November, by Ambodavenz is here.
Check out our November 2019 Newsletter here.
The 16th Annual Timaru All American Weekend is taking place on the Weekend of 16-17 November 2019.
A Timaru Herald article covering the lead-up National Vintage Rally, hosted in South Canterbury over 18-19-20 October 2019 is here. An article covering the rally weekend, showing participants in action is here.
A video of Bernie Fairbrass’ 1978 Triumph 2500S, filmed by Waimak Classic Cars.
Check out our October 2019 Newsletter here.
Meetings per Year
We have classes to cater for all vehicles over 30 years old and foster their restoration, preservation and use.
Ownership is not necessary and Club membership could help you find what you are looking for.
As well as the numerous benefits of joining our club listed here there are lots more things you can be involved with too.
- Junior, Joint (family) and individual memberships
- Contact with like-minded people of all age groups.
- Monthly get together at our Clubrooms
- Access to our Spare Parts Department.
- Club Library for recreational and research reading.
- A wide range of events both competitive and non-competitive that you can attend both within our Branch and with other Branches of the Vintage Car Club using any Club eligible vehicle.
- Specialised events for various classes of vehicles locally and throughout the country, e.g. National Motorcycle Rally
- “All American” and “All British” Days.
- Our own annual Winchester Swap Meet and Bazaar.
- Access to Club Insurance Scheme.
- Monthly Club Newsletter “Aorangi Tricar” and bi-monthly national magazine “Beaded Wheels”.