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BLOWOUT

1929 INTERNATIONAL 6 SPEED SPECIAL

OWNERS: TREVOR & MARIAN LOVE

APRIL 2018 Ashburton Branch of the Vintage Car Club of NZ


Vintage Repairs & Restoration For Repairs and Restoration of your Vintage and Classic vehicles

Certified Automotive Engineer Contact David Oakley Ph. 021 370 956 Ph. 308 7323 Ashburton

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PROPOSED CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2017 - 18 APRIL 2 8 17 19

Monday Sunday Tuesday Thursday

MAY 5 6 15 17 22

Saturday Sunday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday

JUNE TBA 19 21

Solstice Run Tuesday Committee Meeting Thursday Annual General Meeting

Rod McKimmie’s Run Radius Millstream Rest Home car rides Committee Meeting Club Captain’s Night Trial see page 18 Swap Meet Rotary Club Run Committee Meeting Club Night- Toni Sweetman Speaker Ashburton Christian School Disply

NEW MEMBERS We extend a very warm welcome to: Peter & Judith McMillan, 1974 Holden HQ We look forward to seeing you participating in our events. 3


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BRANCH OFFICERS 2015 – 2016 Patroness Chairman IP Chairman Secretary Treasurer Club Captain Vice Club Captain Committee

Nat Exec Delegate Museum Custodians

Museum Assistants

Parts Custodians

Blowout Editor Blowout Typesetter Blowout Distribution Commercial Convener Motorcycle Convener Clubroom Custodians VCC ID Officer Trophy Steward Swap Meet Booking Swap Meet Co-ordinator Beaded Wheels Scribe Librarian Grounds Convener Auditor

Diane Ross (Rob) Trevor Begg Peter Jacob (Annette) Isla Jones (Roger) David Oakley (Marion) Peter Lambie (Susan) Roger Jones (Isla) Colin Sweetman (Cathy) Rod McKimmie (Dawn) Alan Begg (Jeanette) Karen Bell (Robbie) Barry Quantock (Natalie) Peter Jacob (Annette) Les Bennett (Marie) Trevor Coulter Jim Rooney (Audrey) Kevin Harkness (Bernie) Denys McEvedy (Marie) Mac Bruce (Audrey) Ken Kingsland (Avis) Gavin Smith (Gaylene) Kevin Harkness (Bernie) Eean Parkes Tony Adams (Diane) Diane Adams (Tony) Kevyn Begg (Iris) Alan Begg (Jeanette) Kelly Kingsbury (Barbara) Alan Gulleford (Chris) Chris Gulleford (Alan) Bernard Egan ( Marlene) Ron Galletly (Marilyn) Percy Ralston (Heather) (Monthly Roster) Rob Ross (Diane) Tony Adams (Diane) Karen Bell (Robbie) Noel Batty (Marie) Owen Wilson (Lorraine) Milner Jacob (Jan) Barry Quantock (Natalie) To Be Advised 5

308 2356 308 3803 308 8940 308 5757 3087323 302 0899 308 5757 3077373 302 5853 308 6171 021 0243 1955 308 0137 308 8940 308 4705 308 4817 308 4441 308 8162 307 2728 307 8919 308 6539 308 2297 308 8162 307 1374 021 126 7992 021 101 7967 308 6605 308 6171 308 5101 021 0298 6213 0274 390 718 308 3999 308 1940 307 0084 308 2356 308 3246 021 0243 1955 308 4003 3088134 308 3392 308 0137


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Chairman’s Report Hello again everyone, well the days are starting to close in so it won’t be long and it will be winter again. The PV/PWV run was held on the 25th Feb with a good turnout on the day. The run took us to two places in Geraldine, then to Pleasant Point Railway with a trip down the line for a look around and a film at the theatre. From there it was off to the Aviation Museum at the Timaru Airport and after that some of us had a meal at Temuka. Thanks David & Marion for a good day out. Only one car went up to Mt Hutt Open Day. Hope it was worth doing George & Geraldine Paisley. Thanks to all those that went to Princes Court and took people out for a short ride. I believe Trevor Shaw enjoyed the day. On the 11th March 8 cars went to Timaru for their Mid Island Rally with another good run put on. Five of our members came away with awards for a big day out of 220 miles. Club night was held on the 15th March with a huge turnout of 41 people to hear John Hall give a great talk on his trip to Canada and the 3 days & 3 nights train trip across this huge country. Thanks John and also Struan Christie who did the filming for the night. Both these chaps are from the Mid Canterbury Vintage Machinery Club and they have the same metal disease as most of us. Diamond Harbour trip was on the 18th March I have done a report for this in this Blow out. Things are all good to go for the Swap Meet to be held on the 5th May. The Rotary Club Run is on the 6th May look forward to another great day out. Club Night for 19th April is the Night Trial more on page 18 Club Night for 17th May is Toni Sweetman talking about Restorative Justice. Toni was in the Police Force then took this job on. This will be a very interesting evening. Please bring a small plate for supper. That’s about it for another month. Trevor Begg 7


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WANTED 2 only 500 x 18 Tyres Must be WOF Standard Phone Gavin Smith 308 2297 JIM’S TUCKER RUN WEDNESDAY 4TH APRIL 2018 The Tucker Run will be to The Stables If you would like to join us for lunch, then please make your way to The Stables by 12.15pm Please phone Jim on 307 6614 with numbers, as the restaurant requires these prior to the day. COME AND JOIN US 8


Club Captain’s Report March 2018 The South Canterbury Branch’s Mid Island Rally was attended by 8 local members and John and Clare Stewart’s excursion to Diamond Harbour attracted approximately 30 vehicles. As the average age of our VCC eligible vehicles includes vehicles more capable of travelling greater distances at a higher speed, these events become increasingly more accessible. However, the events also attracted a number of vintage class vehicles, all of which managed the journeys without incident. The excellent attendance at the visit to Diamond Harbour is encouraging. Many of our members must have places they like to visit and organising a visit need not be difficult, as any committee member will be happy to assist if asked. We have a number of events during the next month, the National South Island Easter Rally in Invercargill, Rod McKimmies on the 2nd April, the Club Captain’s Night Trial (see advert elsewhere in this issue) so there has to be something for everyone. David Oakley, April 8th Radius Millstream Rest Home would like some cars for a short trip around town, We will be given morning tea then a BBQ after the run. We will meet at the Rest Home at about 9.30am. They will need to be closed cars and be advised ‘first in get to go’. More names are needed please, so if you can help phone Trevor Begg. 308 3083 Club night for April 19th is the Night Run. Please find details on page 18. David has organised this event so please show your support and attend. Club night for May 17th will be Toni Sweetman, Restorative Justice Coordinator for Safer Ashburton. This should be an interesting night as she was a policewoman, then took this job on, so let’s have a good turnout. Tuesday 22 May Ashburton Christian School Albert Street have requested cars for a display. If you are able to partake please phone Trevor Begg 308 3083 9


Swap Meet 2018 This annual event will be held on Saturday 5th May at our Club rooms on Maronan Road Tinwald and is our club’s major fund raiser of the year. Setting up will take place on the Thursday and Friday prior to the day. Planning is well under way and advertising is out in the public domain. The success of this day is dependent on members helping out with the many tasks such as parking, traffic signage, office, site setting up, SH1 signage and site dismantling to name a few. As they say “Many hands make light work”. You will be contacted in the next few weeks re your availability to help. We have a pool of experienced people but we are always looking out for people to step up and assist. Karen Bell is again coordinating site bookings which are on a par with previous years. Sites are $25 (Includes one entry) and entry is $5 for adults. Club members will pay unless they have a “Volunteer Pass”, given to those who attend working bees. This year the sites on the back paddock, are being moved south because the ground is being used for another purpose and is not available. Thanks in anticipation Noel Batty Convener 10


Diamond Harbour Trip On the 18th March we met at the Hotel Ashburton to leave for the Diamond Harbour trip. First stop was in Leeston at the ‘Crate and Barrel’ Hotel where we had a cuppa with scones or muffins. This had them on their toes with about 70 of us to feed, so they had to go down to the Bakery to get more food, but it did not faze them at all. After morning tea Sam the Manager, gave us a tour around the complex. Gosh what a place, it is mindboggling. From there it was off to John & Clare Stewart’s holiday home at Diamond Harbour. It was a bit of a task getting 70 people down a large lot of stairs onto the lawn for lunch, but we got there and with everyone settled in, the Bagpipes started playing on the balcony by Errol Stewart. It was a windy day coming in off the sea but not too cold. Two ships had come into port so that was a bit of a sight. After lunch was over and a bit of a yarn, people started to make their way home with some having a look around Diamond Harbour. Thanks John, Clare & Errol for a good day out and nice to see some different scenery. Trevor Begg

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VEHICLES LINED UP READY TO DEPART

JOHN & CLARE’S BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY HOME 12


Errol Stewart playing the bagpipes up on the balcony

Lewiston Hotel in Lesston where we had morning tea, on our way to Diamond Harbour

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MADE IT TO DIAMOND HARBOUR

LUNCH TIME AT THE STEWART’S HOLIDAY HOME

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SAVOURY CHEESE MUFFINS Preheat oven to 2000 C 2 Cups grated tasty cheese 1 medium finely chopped onion 2 - 3 rashers chopped bacon 2 cups plain flour (level) sifted 4 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp mustard powder 1/4 tsp salt Black pepper to taste 1 cup milk 2 eggs In a large bowl: Place cheese, onion, bacon and combine Sift all dry ingredients onto mixture Lightly beat eggs and milk, make a well in centre of dry ingredients, pour eggs and milk in and combine until just mixed. DO NOT OVERSTIR. Makes 12 large muffins Bake 200 - 210 C for 12 - 15 mins until golden brown. Turn out onto rack to cool. Beautifully light and tasty but don’t overmix or they will be tough.

My friend

made these when she had her cafĂŠ and the Dunedin police came 6 blocks to buy them and her scones. 15


MINUTES OF THE MONTHLY MEETING OF THE ASHBURTON VINTAGE CAR CLUB Inc HELD AT THE CLUB ROOMS AT 7.30pm March 13th 2018 (Un-approved) Present;

Peter Lambie, Diane Ross, Noel Batty, Trevor Begg, David Oakley, Peter Jacob, Colin Sweetman, Rod McKimmie, Barry Quantock & Karen Bell. Apologies; Roger & Isla Jones, Alan Begg Minutes; Minutes of the previous meeting as circulated taken as read. Moved, David/Karen AIF Business arising; There have been 3 vehicles moved from the museum by their owners. Suggestions for the future of the museum have been received from branch members, thank you. Correspondence in; VCC Assorted club magazines VCC membership list VCC Executive meeting information Rally; North Otago Lynch Blosse Motorcycle Rally 14th April Change of address, Aitken. Correspondence out; Letters to Plains, Domain Board and Guardsman for Swap Meet Badges & Medals Thank you letters, NBS & Gluyas Ford Ian Johnson confirming sale of Austin 7 Welcome letters and badges Motion; that the inward correspondence be received and the outward approved, Moved Peter/Colin AIF Finance; Accounts for payment; AP Spark $65.60 AP Genesis Energy $48.74 AP Masterguard $63.25 Warehouse Stationery $300.00 Your Office Administrator $14.95 VCC NZ $65.00 Caltex $25.05 ADC $180.93 Terrace Station $1200.00 Allenton Rugby $150.00 Karen Bell $23.16 Kevin Straw $109.00 Receipts, Vero $133.36 Interest NBS $33.21 Quigley contracting $500.00 Parts & Museum $352.00 Parts $150.00 Swap meet $70.00 16


Motion, that the financial report be received and payments approved, Moved Karen/ Barry AIF Motion, that we get Kim Hamil from Your Office Administrator to review the accounts for this financial year. Moved Karen/Colin AIF Reports; Parts Shed; received and in Blowout Museum; received and in Blowout Swap Meet: More bookings coming in. Radio ads coming through Eftpos machine booked with NBS From a H&S point of view the point was raised that when parking vehicles at the swap meet DO NOT stand in front of them, stand to the side when guiding them into their park. Swap Meet layout plan still to be printed. Grounds report; Good grass growth, site to be mown again M Begbie is arranging the changes in site numbers because of the change in layout this year. Spraying in front of museum to be done and also a top-up of gravel to be spread in front of museum and drive. Swap Meet lines to be sprayed again and hedges to be trimmed. P Lambie may have a white line marker we could use for the sites. Club Captain; Day-Night trial ( P Lambie) and Night Trial ( D Oakley), a club night event on the 19th April. David has been given permission to purchase sav’s, bread and sauce for tea on the night. Wheels Week; Putting together the list of events, Gained a new Major Sponsor, Greg Donaldson Contracting. Easter Rally 2019; Permission has been given to the committee to produce and send fliers to Invercargill to put with their Easter Rally packs. Motion; that we print 130 colour copies of the flier advertising the 2019 Easter Rally here in Ashburton and sent to Invercargill and cover the courier fees, Moved David/Karen AIF Invercargill have 110 entries, entries have closed. Ashburton Rally convenors are working on the final stages of their budget to submit to South Island Club Captain, Health & Safety; There were no incidents or accidents reported for the month. H&S checklist to be used prior to events. Applications for membership received from, Peter & Judith McMillan, 1974 Holden HQ Application for Lighting Endorsement received from, Nothing received Application for vehicle identity card received from, Nothing received Application for vehicle identity card renewal received from, V Knight, 1952 Austin A40 Devon General Business; Barry is to arrange the tree topper to come and trim all the trees and will ask the Retired Toilers to bring trailers and cleanup gear to tidy up after the trimming. Barry is also to arrange ACL to deliver and spread chip in front of the museum. 17


The front door has been water blasted and also tidied up the seating at the front of the building, thank you Alan Begg The front door has rotten timber that needs replacing, D Trudgeon will do this job for a cost of $116.00. Motion, that we get the doorway repaired for $116.00 by D Trudgeon, Moved Barry/ David AIF The blinds need replacing in the meeting room with drapes and to put vinyl in the toilets (dark grey) Motion, we get a price to put down the vinyl in the toilets and to replace the blinds with drapes in the meeting room, Moved Karen/Peter L AIF The parts shed is looking scruffy and needs a tidy and paint, quotes are to be asked for. A thank you letter to be sent to Chris Bolderson for the donation of Fordson parts Annual Rally, may look at a change in venue, away from Allenton Rugby rooms to the MSA, to reduce the financial risk of cancellation of entries after we have booked and paid for meals etc. Eight of our branch members entered the Mid island run in and around Timaru. Club night May 17th, Toni Sweetman talking about restorative justice, will be an interesting evening for all. Next Meeting 17th April 2018 at 7.30pm Clubrooms Meeting closed 8.55pm Signed................................................. Chairman Date................................... A fifteen-year-old came home with a Porsche, and his parents began to yell and scream, "Where did you get that car?" He calmly told them, "I bought it today." "With what money?" demanded his parents. "We know what a Porsche costs." "Well," said the boy, "this one cost me fifteen dollars." The parents began to yell even louder. "Who would sell a car like that for $15?" they asked. "It was the lady up the street," said the boy. Don't know her name -- they just moved in. She saw me ride past on my bike and asked me if I wanted to buy a Porsche for $15." "Oh my goodness!" moaned the mother, "she must be a child abuser. Who knows what she will do next? John, you go right up there and see what's going on." So the boy's father walked up the street to the house where the lady lived and found her out in the yard calmly tending to the flowers. He introduced himself as the father of the boy to whom she had sold a Porsche for fifteen dollars and demanded to know why she did it. "Well," she said, "this morning I got a phone call from my husband. I thought he was on a business trip, but I learned from a friend he had run off to Hawaii with his secretary. Then apparently, she stole all his money and stranded him there. Well he called me, without a dollar to his name, and asked me to sell his Porsche and send him the money. So that's exactly what I did." 18


PV/PWV Run 25.2.2018

On a fine and windy day 14 cars left the clubrooms to travel to Geraldine for the first visit being Geraldine Auto Restorations. We were met by the owner Wayne O'Donnell who showed us through the workshops, and describing the various stages of the work carried out with the restoration projects. He is extremely passionate about the high standard of work carried out by his staff and we were fortunate to see a beautifully restored Ford Jail-bar pickup that had taken 2 years to complete and was custom built for the owner with modern running gear. We had a picnic lunch in the domain, trying to dodge the acorns falling from the lovely old oak trees. From there we had a short drive to see Paul's very large shed with an amazing eclectic collection of military equipment & vehicles plus other cars and tractors all displayed in this immaculate shed. Then on to Pleasant Point, taking a slightly different route due to the closure of Speechly's bridge damaged by the cyclone. Following a ride on the Model T powered train we watched an old short comedy in their theatre. Our last visit was to the Aviation museum at Timaru Airport where we were shown an excellent display of aviation history by a very knowledgeable speaker who was a former Airforce photographer. This of course is the home of New Zealand's first aviator Richard Pearce. To complete the day we had a nice meal at the Jolly Potter restaurant in Temuka. Our thanks to David and Marion for organising this run. A Saunders. 19


PLESANT POINT RAILWAY STATION

AT TIMARU AIRPORT

TIMARU AIRPORT 20


Club Captains Night Trial th

Thursday 19 April The night trial will again consist of two separate runs, one commencing at 5.15 pm, and another commencing at approximately 7.00 pm. The 1st run is intended for those who are uncomfortable at travelling during the hours of darkness, while the 2nd is for the more adventurous. It is expected that members will attend either one or the other run, rather than both. A sumptuous repast of Saveloys and bread will be provided between the runs at approx. 6.15 pm and is available to all. Please let us know if you will be requiring the meal so we know how many savs to buy! Both routes may involve muddy farm tracks and unsealed roads but should be suitable for all but the lowest slung vehicles. Distances to be travelled will be approximately 80 kms. Meet at the clubrooms at 5.00 for the first route and 6.15 for the meal and night trial. JOHN HALL For informationSIR contact: David or Marion, 3087323 21


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Museum Report Visitor numbers have increased slightly in the past month after a lull following the closing of the I Site. We have had one or two groups with another to come in early April. A move has been made to improve the situation regarding the long term display of vehicles in the museum with three long term vehicles being removed and some new exhibits arranged to replace them in the immediate future. More changes to the display will occur in the near future Les Bennett. MUSEUM OPEN SATURDAY MORNINGS 10am - 12 Noon APRIL

MAY

JUNE

7 Les Bennett

5 Kevin Harkness

2 Denys McEvedy

14 Denys McEvedy

12 Trevor Coulter

9 Jim Rooney

21 Jim Rooney

19 Ken Kingsland

16 Mac Bruce

28 Mac Bruce

26 Les Bennett

23 Kevin Harkness 30 Trevor Coulter

IF ROSTERED DATE DOES NOT SUIT YOU PLEASE CONTACT JIM

CONTACTS

Denys McEvedy Mac Bruce Trevor Coulter

307 2708 307 8919 308 4817

Jim Rooney Ken Kingsland Les Bennett

308 4441 308 6539 308 4705

re-TYRED TOILERS NEXT MEETING Thursday 26TH APRIL

at 2 – 4 pm Odd jobs and a cuppa We may even talk about old cars. Museum and Parts Shed will be Open 23


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Parts Shed Report 12/3/2018 Sales this month $250.00. We will have to have a tidy up this month to get ready for the Swap Meet. Gavin Smith APRIL

MAY

JUNE

7 Gavin Smith

5 Kelly Kingsbury

2 Eean Parkes

14 Eean Parkes

12 Kevyn Begg

9 Alan Begg

21 Alan Begg

19 Tony Adams

16 Kevin Harkness

28 Kevin Harkness

26 Gavin Smith

23 Kelly Kingsbury 30 Kevyn Begg

PARTS SHED OPEN 10 - 12 SATURDAY IF ROSTERED DATE DOES NOT SUIT PLEASE CONTACT GAVIN CONTACTS Gavin Smith

308 2297

Kevyn Begg

308 6605

Alan Begg

308 6171

Kelly Kingsbury

308 5101

Kevin Harkness

308 8162

Tony Adams

Eean Parkes

307 1374 Other Regions Parts Shed Hours

Canterbury

Every Wednesday, 1pm-4.30pm. 3rd & 4th Sundays 9am-12 Noon.

South Canterbury Phone John Campbell, 03 686 0282

Next Committee Meeting 17TH APRIL AT 7.30PM 25

021 126 7992


About Us

CLUB NIGHTS: 3rd Thursday of the Month, 7.30pm Clubrooms and Museum – Maronan Road Postal Address: P.O. Box 382 ASHBURTON Telephone: (03) 308 4595 Email: ashburton@vcc.org.nz

Clubrooms Custodians Roster 2017/18 as per AGM If the month allocated to you does not suit please arrange to swap with someone else. June

July

August

September

Trevor Begg

Roger & Isla Jones

Peter Lambie

Peter Jacob

October

November

December

January 2018

Bernie Harkness

Ian Moore

Anne Hart

Bernie Harkness

February

March

April

May

Val Knight

Owen Wilson

Milner Jacob

David Oakley

June Trevor Begg

Articles for Blowout Please send to: 38hastingsstreet@amuri.net Chris directly: chris.gulleford@outlook.com or post to: Alan & Chris Gulleford 38 Hastings Street KAIKOURA 7300 Alan Ph: 021 0298 6213 Chris Ph: 0274 390 718 The opinions and views expressed in Blowout are not necessarily those of the Editor or The Vintage Car Club of Ashburton. No offence is intended nor will the officers of this club be liable for any breach. 26


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