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January 2020

CENTRAL HAWKE’S BAY BRANCH of the VINTAGE CAR CLUB of NZ (Inc) Lamb Country Branch Email: centralhawkesbay@vcc.org.nz

Contributions to the BLEAT should be emailed to the Editor no later than (25th of each month) joycecalder@gmail.com

1940 Auto Avio Costruzioni 815

Club Nights

7.30pm 3rd Wednesday of every Month

Postal Address C/-73 Porangahau Road The Auto Avio Costruzioni Waipukurau, 4200 815 was the first car to be NOMINATED POSITIONS

fully designed and built by Enzo Ferrari. Legal issues with former associates Alfa Romeo prevented Ferrari from creating the Ferrari marque. The 815 raced at the 1940 Brescia Grand Prix, where both entries failed to finish due to engine problems. One of the cars was later scrapped, while the other is currently in a car collection in Italy.

CHAIRMAN Lynn Cross secross@xtra.co.nz 06 858 9814 SECRETARY Ken Lyons Ken.lyons@xtra.co.nz 06 858 8093

TREASURER Kaye Carswell In 1938, Ferrari left Alfa Ro- wpkmotors@gmail.com 021 124 3620

meo after running Scuderia Ferrari as their racing division. The agreement ending their association and forbade Ferrari from restarting Scuderia Ferrari within the next four years. Ferrari then founded Auto Avio Costruzioni (AAC) in Modena to manufacture aircraft parts for the Italian government. In December 1939, AAC was commissioned by Lotario, Marquis di Modena, to build and prepare two racing cars for him and Alberto Ascari to drive in the 1940 Brescia Grand Prix.

CLUB CAPTAIN Rod McKenzie rod.mckenzie.wpk@xtra.co.nz 06 858 9562 COMMITTEE Bruce Poole brucepoole1930@gmail.com 06 858 9940 Gary Weaver janetmweaver@gmail.com 06 858 9908

Iain and Eva Gollan nga-oki@xtra.co.nz The race, a successor to the 06 858 9105

Mille Miglia, was to be run in April 1940. The resulting car was named the AAC Tipo 815. The 815 was designed and developed by ex -Alfa Romeo engineers Alberto Massimino and Vittorio Bellentani and by Enrico Nardi.

Ruth Parker brparkrz@xtra.co.nz 06 858 5411 John Foot V.I.C. (I.D. Card) Coordinator jsfoot@xtra.co.nz 06 858 8301 PUBLICITY/WELFARE OFFICER Sandra Cross secross@xtra.co.nz 06 858 9814


1940 Auto Avio Costruzioni 815

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The designation "815" was based on the car's eight-cylinder, 1.5 L engine. This engine was largely based on the four-cylinder, 1.1 L engine of the 508 C Balilla 1100. In concept, it was two 508C engines placed end to end, but it used a specially designed aluminium block built by Fonderia Calzoni in Bologna for integrity and light weight and a five-bearing crankshaft and a camshaft designed and built by AAC to get the traditional straight-8 timing and balance. The engine used Fiat valve gear, cylinder heads (two 508C heads per engine), and connecting rods. The engine was high-tech for the time, with a single overhead camshaft, two valves per cylinder, and a semi-dry sump lubrication system. Four Weber 30DR2 carburettors were specified for a total output of 75 hp (56 kW) at 5500 rpm. The 815 used a Fiat four-speed transmission with the Fiat gears replaced by gears made inhouse by AAC. The transmission was integral to the engine block. The car had independent Dubonnet suspension with integral shock absorber at front, with a live axle on semi-elliptic leaf springs and hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear. The bodywork was done by Carrozzeria Touring using Itallumag 35, an aluminium/ magnesium alloy, and was done in long, flowing forms with integrated wings. The bodywork weighed 119 lb (54 kg). The complete car weighed 625 kg (1,378 lb) and attained a maximum speed close to 170 km/h (110 mph). Two 815s, numbers 020 and 021, were completed and entered in the 1940 Brescia Grand Prix, which ran nine laps of a 103 miles (166 km) street circuit. Rangoni and Nardi raced in 020, while Ascari and Giuseppe Minozzi raced in 021. After leading the 1500 cc class in the first lap, Ascari's car developed valve problems and broke down. Rangoni then took the lead, set the lap record for the class, and had a lead of more than half an hour when his engine failed after seven laps. Lotario Rangoni died during the Second World War and his brother, Rolando, inherited car no. 020. The car was scrapped in 1958. Ascari's car, no. 021, was sold to racer Enrico Beltracchini who raced it in 1947. After selling the car to a museum and then buying it back, Beltracchini sold it again to Mario Righini. As of 2006, Type 815 no. 021 was still in Righini's collection.


Wednesday 15th January 2020—Club Dinner and Meeting To be held at the River Park Event Centre, 797 Pourerere Road, Tamumu. Turn onto Pourerere Rd in Waipawa ( Off Great North Rd) Travel approximately 10mins turn left just OVER Tamumu Bridge. Arrive for refreshments from 6.00pm—Meal at 6.30pm followed by the meeting. Main & Dessert—$25.00 per person. Please pay on arrival. Eftpos available.

Main:

Roast Beef with gravy Crumbed chicken nibbles Fresh green salad Beetroot and Feta salad Gourmet potatoes Buns.

Desert:

Home made Ice-cream—Fruit Salad.

If you have any dietary needs, please advise when you book your meal.

Please contact Eva Gollan 06 858 9105 or nga-oki@xtra.co.nz by Sunday 12th January 2020. Eva is required to forward food orders and numbers attending, to the restaurant a few days before. PLEASE NOTE: The CHBVCC branch will make payment for any late dinner cancellations or no shows, then an invoice will be sent to the member/members concerned. Lynn Cross CHB Branch Chairman.

Sunday 26th January 2020—Beach run to Herbertville—organisers Iain and Eva Gollan Meet at Tavistock Place, with departure planned for 8.45am. Arrive with plenty of fuel! Then there is a choice of two routes to Chapelwick, Porangahau. 1. Farm road, long range and Blackhead Road (Blackhead road is metal) 2. Main Porangahau road from Waipukurau, going over the Kokomo hill to Chapelwick Morning tea will be at Chapelwick from 10.00am ($10 00per head). There is time to look around if you wish. Drive on to the back end of Tautane Station, about 9kms over Cooks Tooth Rd. Here we are being met at a padlocked back gate by the owner. Travel over a well maintained farm track (weather permitting) to the Homestead, woolshed and other facilities, sheds etc. You can look in the homestead if you wish. Onto Herbertville beach, a lunch stop is planned here at Top and Jan Gollans residence above the beach. Hot water available for tea and coffee, please bring your own lunch and deck chairs. Top will provide a rundown of the local history, to the best of his knowledge. After lunch there are a few options open, one is a trip to the Burnview Homestead or taking a look at the photos on the walls in the Wimbledon Hotel.

Travel to Waipukurau at own 3leisure back down main road.


CHB VCC

Events Calendar Date

Jan 2020

Feb

Date

Wed 15th Branch Dinner and Meeting—Venue TBA Wed 1st

Beach run to Herbertville-organisers Iain Fri 17th and Eva Gollan Mon 20th Burma Rally Whanganui

Sun 26th

Wheels with Attitude-Dannevirke A&P show grounds

Sun 9th

Shed raid around Waipukurau-organiserWayne and Geoff 8th 9th

TBA

Cross's Run to Haumoana [perhaps]

Sun 15th

Joyce's run to an interesting shed near Pakowhai

Wed 18th Branch Dinner and Meeting Venue TBA

April

Taihape New Year rally.

Sun 26th

Wed 19th Branch Dinner and Meeting Venue TBA

March

Other District's Events

TBA

John and Shirley-Foot-Run to Pongaroa

Sat 4th

Takapau: National ploughing match car display

Sun 26th Manawatu Veteran Rally Leadfoot Festival at Hahei

11th-16th Model T Club Rally in Gisborne 19th 23st Art Deco Napier Sat 14th

Horowhenua Swap Meet Levin

13-1415th

Taupo "Country Roads" Rally

10-13th

Nth Island Easter Rally Horowhenua

24-2526th

Highland Fling Taihape Vintage & Veteran Only

Wed 15th Branch Dinner and Meeting: Venue TBA

May

TBA

Farm visit. Neil and Pat Malcolm.

Sat 2nd

Twilight Run? Organisers Bruce Poole and "understudy". 10th

Back-to-Basics" Swap meeting Meeanee

Wed 20th Branch Dinner and Meeting: Venue TBA TBA

June

Run to Rangatikei: Keith and Jean Hopping ???

Branch AGM. Dinner, meeting. Venue Wed 17th TBA.

International Rally—Taranaki—January 21st—2021 4 see www.historicmotoring.co.nz for details


Chairman's Report December kicked off on the 1st with a run to Longburn and the home of John Callison. We have been determined to visit him as soon as suitable to view the end result of his project to build three veteran “Peerless” engines. A most interesting day. A report will appear separately. Then on the 7th about fifteen cars entered in the Christmas Parade. All went well, and we were presented with a second prize in the community groups section. Later that day we had a wonderful Christmas function at Gary and Janet Weaver’s place. A tremendous amount of preparation had been done in the way of decorations, shelter, tables and chairs etc. The weather gods smiled on us, and a good time was had by the sixty members present – about half of our total membership. The food was great, as was the atmosphere. In a change from the usual “bring a $5 mystery gift” a recent management committee meeting had approved the spending to cover any shortfall not met by the lowered entry fee and had accepted the suggestion from Gary and Janet that each couple donate non-perishable items to later be passed on to a charity. Treasurer Kaye suggested on the night that we also pass on the $200 prize money won earlier in the day. That proposal was carried by acclamation. The following week Gary and I presented it all to the local Food Bank and had a photo shoot which later appeared in the local papers. An estimated $500 worth of food and a $200 cheque was given – good publicity for the Branch. On Sunday the 15th Seton and Judy Thomsen organised a regularity run again around the Pukeora loop and some very accurate results were turned in. Congratulations to the winners whose names will appear in a report elsewhere. On the 31st a dozen members from Central Hawke’s Bay will head to Taihape for the New Year’s Day “Gumboot Rally”. John Foot has organised the run to Kimbolton where we meet up with others from our western suburbs. Thereafter member Glyn Clements will direct the onwards route. Don’t overfill your tank during the holidays. LYNN CROSS CHB Branch Chairman

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Rod’s Rattling's There was a good turn-out of about 20 cars that initially had their crews meet up in Woodville for morning coffee on 1st December. Bruce Poole had arranged for the branch to visit the home and sheds of John and Judy Callesen at Longburn in the Manawatu The weather was fine, and while the blokes were shown through the sheds and the work being undertaken, the ladies had a tour of the property admiring the gardens. The 7th December had the branch entering into the Waipukurau Christmas street parade, and about 20 vehicles eventually were marshalled into place along with numerous floats from local organisations. The entry into the parade won the CHB VCC branch a prize of $200.00, and in all the years of participating in the parade, this is the first time the “vintage cars” have been recognised to my knowledge. Later in the day, the branch met at the home of Gary and Janet Weaver for the branch “Annual Christmas Party” where about 60 people enjoyed a meal at least as good as any we have been supplied by local catering folk during the year. Janet was helped by a number of folk, not least Eva Gollan, who has had catering experience from way, way back to draw on. Thanks everyone for a really pleasant evening. Gifts of food from the members went to the local foodbank, and the $200.00 the branch won in the parade was also gifted to the foodbank, with acknowledgement made in the local “CHB Mail” some days later. Seton and Judy Thomsen had about 20 cars turn out for their reliability run around the “Pukeora Loop” which is seven kilometres of varying road qualities. It was a very social time, the weather was warm, and there were winners and losers. Laurie Malcolmson from Dannevirke in his Rover was closest to his original time by about one second thereby being declared the winner. Scarlett beat me by a huge margin, and Brian Malcolm in his Mercedes was last, thereby winning the privilege of writing the article you read in the “Bleat”. Several branch members are heading off to Taihape for their New Year Rally after recovering from Christmas, but we won’t be there this year due to family commitments. On 26th January, Iain and Eva Gollan are taking the branch on what has become our “Annual Beach Run”. This year we are going on a fairly long, but interesting, drive to Herbertville. This should be a good day out as Iain has a cousin in the area who will be hosting us. Look forward to it! On 9th February, Wayne McDonagh and Geoff Kelly are putting together a “Shed Raid” visiting a number of sheds, at least two of which I haven’t had the pleasure of visiting. I’m looking forward to that run too! The following two weekends are booked for us. We head to Gisborne for the Annual Model T Ford Club of NZ rally being held in that area from 11th February, and then hanging round to also do the Gisborne VCC “Three Rivers Rally” on 15th February. And the next weekend [hopefully the lawns haven’t grown too much!] we will be spending a couple of days in Napier at the HB VCC “Art Deco” weekend rally and parade. We look forward to that too, as Scarlett’s sister will be staying for a few days having arrived from the UK a couple of days earlier. She has only heard us talk about the “Art Deco”, so we feel sure she will enjoy the time with us in our Model A. Thank you to all those who have contributed to the branch during the year with runs, and those who have enjoyed simply taking part in the events that have been arranged, for without your participation it would not be the fun that it is.

Rod McKenzie. CHB Branch Club Captain 6


Sunday 1st December—CHB Club visit to John Callesen (Manawatu VCC member)— by Bruce Poole A good turnout of our branch members and a couple from the HB branch met at Woodville around 10.00am for coffee/tea break. From Woodville we ventured over balance bridge, onto the Pahiatua track, through Palmerston North and on to Longburn where we were met by John Callesen (Manawatu VCC member). John and his group of very talented engineers are currently building three engines for three American clients who are restoring “Peerless” veteran cars. These engines have been completely made in the Manawatu (casting, machining, the whole works. Also under restoration is a 1928 Packard Tourer, plus other vehicles shown to us, such as a couple of veteran Cadillac's, an unusual Dodge, and a Clemen Bayard. This car is usually driven by Johns wife Judy. Judy took the ladies on a lovely garden walk around their homestead property. The day started out fine and hot but spoiled later by a strong cold wind.

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Saturday 7th December 2019—CHB Christmas Street parade —by Joyce Calder Our branch entered into the Waipukurau Christmas street parade, with about twenty VCC vehicles participating. We assembled in the service lane behind the shops and eventually were marshalled into place along with numerous floats from local organisations. Our entries into the parade won the CHB VCC branch a prize of $200.00 which was a very nice surprise. The weather was perfect for this occasion and the main street was lined with people, all out to enjoy the parade. There was a good variety of people dressed up, floats, vintage and classic cars and the good old Scottish pipe band. One of our cars had to pull out three quarters of the way around due to a boil up, did not like travelling at walking pace in very hot weather. The parade ended in Russell Park with a band playing, lots of activities for the children to participate in and different types of food available. Overall a very good event. In the evening our car club members gathered for a very successful Christmas party. A very nice way to finish the year.

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Regularity Run—organised by Seton and Judy Thomsen—written by Bryan Malcolm There was a good turnout on Sunday the 15th December for the Regularity Run organised by Seton and Judy Thomsen. A Model A arrived under Tow to be dropped off at the start/finish Graham Cheer at work line but in no time at all the bonnet was up and a team of Ford enthusiasts cured the problem with, I believe, a new condenser. All entrants proceeded to drive around Pukeora Hill, a course of around seven kilometres in their own time which was recorded. At the lunch break we were given a car badge test of 42 cars which many found more difficult than they expected. The afternoon runs were completed and the times compared to their first run, the driver who calculated the closest time to their first run was the winner The placing are as follows.

1st place: Laurie Malcolmson 2ndplace: Wayne McDonagh 3rd place: Basil Stephens

The Badge Test was won by Geoff Kelly with 31 out of 42.

Our thanks to Seton and Judy for organising an enjoyable event.

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Trudy and Dirk Regter travelling the world in their 1915 Ford Model T

1947 Vauxhall Restoration I'm restoring a 1947 Vauxhall 10, and the starter motor has packed up on me, so I was wondering if you, or any of the club members could help me to locate another one? the part no is M418GR27 it is a 6 volt starter, and I'm told that the later model 12 volt wyvern starter motor would fit ok. I am also looking for the top hose of the radiator for this car as well. If you could help me, I would very much appreciate it. My name is Colin Potts, and my mobile number is 022 315 5090 or home 06 356 3294 Thank you, and I look forward to hearing from you soon. Cheers, Colin Potts.

VEHICLE IDENTITY CARDS As there have been changes made to the application forms that you fill in for the VEHICLE IDENTITY CARD could you all PLEASE MAKE SURE that the forms you fill in have the DATE OF 09/2019 IN THE TOP RIGHT HAND CORNER of each page underneath the page number. If you need a set of papers please contact me on (06)858-8301 or email jsfoot@xtra.co.nz or download a set from the Club website. 10Identity Card Coordinator John Foot—Branch Vehicle


THE MANAWATU BRANCH

Veteran Rally Sunday 26th January 2020 For Veteran classification vehicles Two wheel brake Vintage and Pre 1930 Motorcycles Meet at the VCC clubrooms in Kelvin Grove Road any time after 9.00 am for cup of tea / coffee. The briefing will be at 9.30 am. Rally start at your leisure after this time. This will be a very casual rally with a few stops of interest on the way. But everyone on the Rally will have to carry current photo ID to gain access RNZAF Ohakea BYO lunch & hot water for drinks etc. and chairs etc. for a picnic. BBQ dinner at clubrooms. ENTRANT: ............................................................................................................................................................ NAVIGATOR: ........................................................................................................................................................ ADDRESS: ………………………................................................................................................................................... TOWN / CITY: .……………….…................................................................................................................................ TELEPHONE: (........).....................................

Email ........................................................................................

VEHICLE MAKE & MODEL: ................................................................................................. YEAR: .....................................

REG No. .....................................................

ENTRY FEE: RALLY PLAQUE: BBQ DINNER PP:

$15.00 $15.00 $15.00

TOTAL: PAYMENT METHOD: Cheques payable to:

$............ Cheque attached or Pay on Rally Day Manawatu Branch VCC’

ENTRIES CLOSE:

15TH January 2020

RALLY ORGANISER: Derek Haycock Phone (06) 356 1056 or 0274 419153 Email: derek.and.beck@inspire.net.nz ENTRIES & ENQUIRIES: Derek Haycock, 375 Albert Street, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North 4410 11


FEBRUARY 19th—23rd-2020-ART DECO WEEKEND A SPECIAL INVITATION FROM HB VCC Come to Napier to join the HB VCC for Art Deco Weekend 2020 from February 19th—23rd Kindly sponsored again this year by Euro City Ltd In 2020 the Featured Group will be an A-Z of Motor Vehicles. We are aiming to have a motor vehicle representing each letter of the alphabet. This may be a make or model. There will be a mixture of cars, commercials and motorcycles. Also we expect a mix of veterans, vintage and PV’s manufactured in UK, Europe and USA. We currently have several cars coming in 2020 that have not been to an Art Deco Weekend before. These include NZ’s second Duesenberg, our first L29 Cord, and a Stutz to name a few. We are still looking for a “Napier” vehicle to represent the letter “N”. I am also trying to find the owner of the Willys Knight roadster circa 1929-31 era that has the unusual paint design on the doors. We would also like to get leads on vehicles or vehicle models starting with letters Q, U, X, Y, Z. Please email any leads or ideas to stevetrott@xtra.co.nz asap. For 2020 the annual rally is again on Friday and we plan to have a touring run plus a picnic lunch at a great lunch venue. On Saturday we will have the morning tea and car show and popular choice at the HB VCC clubrooms, followed by the grand parade. Sunday events include a breakfast surprise at the HB VCC Clubrooms and the Gatsby picnic in the afternoon. There are many other Art Deco Weekend events to choose from on Friday and Saturday nights. Come and join the other 180 plus club eligible vehicles we expect to enter in the 2020 event. Go to the HB VCC website for an Entry Form. (www.hbvcc.org.nz). Entry forms for 2020 are available now. Accommodation in Napier is already filling up for the Art Deco Weekend so book now to avoid disappointment. We suggest you plan to arrive in Napier on Thursday 20 th so you can attend the Dinner at the HB VCC Clubrooms that evening. We have prizes for the best dressed couples again this year. Contacts:

STEVE TROTT STEVE DONOVAN

stevetrott@xtra.co.nz stevedon@xtra.co.nz 12


Wairarapa VCC’s

3rd Annual “Stretched Gymkhana” To be held on Saturday February 22nd 2020—”

Building on the success of the last 2 year’s events (and originally inspired by some of the “off-tarmac” events reported in the Beaded Wheels) We are inviting members from the lower North Island VCC branches to enter this event. Do you like the excitement of gymkhana style driving, on grass? Would you enjoy the challenge of trying to navigate at a constant speed, through a winding course, against the clock? The course will be sufficiently challenging to ensure unsafe speeds cannot be obtained – this isn’t a “Speed Event”. Can you meet the challenge of driving a course consistently, so as to maintain, as far as possible, the same time each lap? If you answer YES to all of these, then the Stretched Gymkhana is an event not to be missed. Event outline: Driver’s briefing will be at 8:45am, with the event expected to finish mid/late afternoon (BYO lunch.BBQ sausages and bread will be available). The course will be around a ½ mile in length The course will be on grass, a bit like a classic gymkhana’s cones course, there will be lots of sharp turns, to ensure that excessive speeds (i.e. greater than the speed limit) cannot be obtained All drivers will have 3 (or more) timed runs over the course, after which the best time for each driver will be calculated (this becomes their individual target time). From then on drivers have to try and match their target time, with 1/2 the field dropping out each time, until a winner is found For example, if there were 16 drivers, once each driver’s target time has been determined (from the practice runs), all 16 drivers have another run. Then the 8 drivers whose time was closest to their target time would move into the next round. These 8 drivers would have another run, and the 4 whose time was closest to their target time would have another run etc. Notes: This event is not a “Speed Event”. It falls under section 20 of the Branch Manual, as a driving test. For more information please contact the organiser, Simon O’Hara ((06) 3708844 or simonsandieohara@gmail.com). The event is limited to 32 combinations (driver + vehicle), so please register early to ensure you don’t miss out The event is reliant on ground conditions being suitable. The organiser may cancel the event at late notice if necessary, as dictated by the weather. Photos and results from last year’s event are available on our website: https://www.sporty.co.nz/wairarapavcc/2019-STRETCHED-GYMKHANA-FOOTAGE All vehicles are required to carry a fire extinguisher, due to time of year and dry grass conditions. All drivers will be required to sign an indemnity waiver statement on the day. A copy can be Emailed if required prior to the day of the gymkhana, upon request. If your vehicle is fitted with seat belt/s, they must be worn. 13


Wairarapa VCC’s

3rd annual “Stretched Gymkhana To be held on Saturday February 22nd 2020—”

Location: Masterton A & P Showground's, off York Street, Solway, Masterton. Driver Briefing: 8:45 am First timed lap: 9:00am Limited to 32 entries. Early bird entries close 16th February 2020 Post entries to: Simon O’Hara Rally Organiser 36 Ranfurly Street Solway Masterton Email entries to: simonsandieohara@gmail.com Organiser: Simon O’Hara (06) 3708844, or mobile: 0211412332

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Entry Form

Wairarapa VCC—Stretched Gymkhana 2020

Names of Driver(s): ............................................................................................................................................... VCC Branch: .......................................................................................................................................................... Contact details (Phone number and or email): ..................................................................................................... Make, model and year of vehicle: ......................................................................................................................... Entry Fee: $20 00 (per combination driver + vehicle) Late entry fee: additional $5 00 (for entries after 16th February) TOTAL:

$ ................................... $ ................................... $ ...................................

Please make cheques payable to Wairarapa VCC or pay by internet banking to A/C 03-0687-0323649-01 Please put your “NAME” and “STGYM” in the reference. Camping Options The A & P Showground's have camping / camper van sites available on the Friday and Saturday nights. Please let the organiser know early if you would like to book a site.

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For Sale

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1972 Hillman Hunter

$28.500 Please phone Jim Spicer 0272468715 email rustypatch.wpk@xtra.co.nz

Excellent original condition Only 47300 miles Polar white with red upholstery. Automatic transmission. Been used on a number of VCC events for a number of years

Also wanted a front bumper for a 1946 Vauxhall J 14

$5500.00 Contact Ray Freemantle 06 858 865.

For Sale

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Competing in the CHB Veteran Rally, February 2016

1966 Mercedes Benz 250s 1914 Overland Model 79T Touring

A comfortable reliable touring car, well maintained and comes with a selection of spare parts.

Fully Restored A great motoring vehicle, Spare parts and information Won best restoration award in 2008 at the Willys Overland Club Victoria, Australia.

Interested parties Please Contact Bryan Malcolm, Phone: 06-8585-005 or Email: malcolm-b-j@xtra.co.nz 16

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