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A video of Bernie Fairbrass’ 1978 Triumph 2500S, filmed by Waimak Classic Cars.
Check out our October 2019 Newsletter here.
The South Canterbury Vintage Car Club is holding a rally over April 25-26-27 2020, exclusively for Vintage Cars built from 1919 to 1930.
Check out our September 2019 Newsletter here.
A video of the 2019 Cancer Rally, by Ian Mann.
Labour Weekend – 26, 27, 28 October 2019
The South Canterbury Branch of the Vintage Car Club of New Zealand invites you to take part in this long distance touring event, open to all classes of V.C.C. eligible vehicles.
Our monthly newsletter, the Aorangi Tricar, is now online. Check out our August 2019 issue here.
A video, created by Waimak Classic Cars, showing Sandy McMillan’s Australian built 1973 Morris Marina 1750.
On Sunday June 2, our celebration of British motoring took place. Organized by by Neil Manchester and supporters, over 100 British cars infiltrated the Caroline Bay northern carpark, for a day's sunny winter motoring. There were a wide array present, plenty of the...
Our monthly newsletter, the Aorangi Tricar, is now online. Check out our July 2019 issue here.
The Vintage Car Club of New Zealand National Veteran Rally will be hosted by the South Canterbury Branch of the Vintage Car Club over the weekend of 19-20 October 2019.
Cars, Motorcycles and Trucks, all over 100 years old, will meet in Timaru, as a celebration of over a century years of motoring.
A successful All British Day was held on 2 June 2019, attracting over 100 vehicles to Caroline Bay. The run, starting at 10:30am took participants out to Taiko, Cave, Cannington and Bluecliffs areas, the end venue being the hall at Southburn. Articles about the day are below.
Our monthly newsletter, the Aorangi Tricar, is now online. Check out our June 2019 issue here.
An article about Margaret Rogers, and her 1928 Chevrolet, all ready for the Irishmans Creek rally, is here.
Our Annual Timaru All British Day will be taking place on Sunday 31 May 2020. Entry fee is $15 per vehicle. There is a display at the Caroline Bay northern carpark of the vehicles entered between 9:00am and 10:30pm, and a run to a mystery location within South...
A Timaru Herald article, with photographs about Ron Cooper, his Humber 80, and Hupmobile restoration is here. Ron, along with Lionel Suter received 50th year badges in March 2019, Barry Barnes receiving a 60th year badge.
Our monthly newsletter, the Aorangi Tricar, is now online. Check out our May 2019 issue here.
The Swap Meet took place at Winchester on April 6 and was a successful event. A video and article of the event is here.