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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


PROPOSED CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2017 - 18 SEPTEMBER 3 Sunday 6 Wednesday 16 Saturday 19 Tuesday 21 Thursday 24 Sunday OCTOBER TBA 6-8 NOVEMBER 12 Sunday 25 Saturday DECEMBER 10 Sunday 14 - 19 Thursday JANUARY 1 Monday 27 Saturday FEBRUARY 9-11 18 Sunday MARCH TBA 31 Saturday APRIL MAY 5 Saturday JUNE

Opening Run arranged by South Canterbury Jim’s Tucker Run Hororata Swap meet Committee Meting Club Night Meet at Lifestyle Motorhomes 7.30 Spring Rally Club Run P60/P80 Christchurch Swap Meet Jim Lawton’s Run Commercial Run Vintage & Veteran Only Workers’ Picnic Pre Christmas Tour New Years Day Run Annual Rally Vintage Austin Register W/E at VCC Clubrooms PV/PWV Run Club Run Easter Run Club Captains Night Trial Swap meet Solstice Run

NEW MEMBERS A very warm welcome is extended to:

Penny Nell (Junior Member) 1974 Triumph 2500 Paul & Sheena Strachan 1936 Plymouth We look forward to meeting you and hope you will join us at future events. 3

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 4

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Chairman’s Report Hi all. Well the days are starting to get a bit longer so a bit more time to work on those vehicles. Well what could one say about the Annual Dinner, What a great turn out for the night with 75 people attending. With Peter Livingstone speaking, he had the crowd in fits of laughter all night. Peter had done a lot of research into the Branch and some of the members including Myself, Noel Batty, and Rob Ross with Diane Ross up conducting us to sing. Well!!. Thanks to Peter for a great night. Derek Prebble was presented with his 50 year certificate and badge by Michael Lavender (National Secretary/Treasure), also Pearce Watson with his 35 year badge. The Restoration of the Year was presented at the Annual Dinner also, with three vehicles up for this, with Ian Hydes 1947 Fargo Truck taking it out. Unfortunately Ian was not there on the night he was down with the flu. I would like to thank David Oakley for helping with the judging, It was not an easy job to sort them out on the day. Thanks David. Quizco was held on the 3rd August at Timaru Branch with 16 people going from Ashburton. Timaru took the Trophy from us, with David Oakley, Murray Nelson, Rod McKimmie and Peter Lambie, coming a close second. Another fun night was had by all, so Thanks for a good turnout again. Club night was held on the17th August going to two places around town to look at rock hunters stone collections. It is amazing what goes on in our own town that we don’t see. Report in Blowout. Thanks Rod McKimmie for organising the evening out. On Saturday the 19th August 9 members went to Ryal Bush Transport to give rides for the Smiles 4 Miles, What a sight to see all those people in Trucks , Fire Engines, and Cars with big smiles on their faces. Thanks to all those that went for 3hrs. On Monday 21st some members went on the Daffodil Run that seems to be a good day out for the members. Thanks to all for their cars and time. Club Night 21st September. Meet at 7.30 at Lifestyle Motorhomes Cnr Dobson St & Chalmers Ave. Things are starting to get into gear for the 2019 Easter Rally ,so put this on the Calender now Hororata Swap Meet 16th September 7.00 am. Christchurch Swap Meet 6th - 8th October. That is it for another month from me bye for now. Trevor Begg 5

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Club Captain’s Report August 2017 Perhaps it is just as well the Branch did not have a lot of afternoon tea type runs planned for August as it would have been raining! As it happened we were all kept busy with the “Miles for Smiles” event on the 20th, the delivery of daffodils on the 21st for the Cancer Society and on the 27th our contribution to the National VCCs Cancer appeal in the form of our Scatter Rally. Hopefully that might be the one decent bit of weather for August. The Appeal Day subcommittee have worked hard to make that day a success and I thank them for their efforts. On September 3rd we have the Opening Day Run with South Canterbury, which is always worth attending and this year it is being organised by South Canterbury Branch. An advert for that run will appear elsewhere in this “Blowout”. Later in the month on the 24th we have the Spring Rally, this year organised by Peter Lambie. As always that promises to be an enjoyable day out. Arrangements for the 2019 National South Island Easter Rally are under way with the Racecourse Complex booked for the venue. David Oakley

Taken at Waihao Forks Hotel our lunch venue on the same day in early July 7

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Cover picture restoration report as written by Ian Hyde.

1947 FARGO TRUCK Our 1947 Fargo was bought new by Doig Brothers from Pendarves in Mid Canterbury. It’s a Model F.K.1 with a manufacturers rating of 14cwt and first registered in November 1948, the top and back of the cab made in New Zealand. It was used on their farm until 1955 then traded in to Autolines Ashburton who were Dodge, De Soto and David Brown agents. Autolines used it extensively as a service truck and for towing new David Brown tractors and trade-ins around Ashburton county on a trailer until 1966 when we bought it to use on our farm. We used it for 13 years around our farm, then parked it up in a closed shed, starting it only occasionally. In the winter of 2014 I stripped it down to the chassis, fitted new brake pipes and sleeved the wheel cylinders and master cylinder and had it sandblasted and painted by Keith Johnson’s Bus and Truck Ltd. Bus and Truck reshaped the back of the cab and panelbeated the back mudguards and painted the cab and deck. I bought new door handles, headlight rims etc., from Roberts Parts in US and fitted the cab back on and rewired it with a new 6 volt wiring loom I bought from Australia. The engine hadn’t been started for at least 5 years. I put new front and back seals in the engine, replaced the 4 speed crash gearbox I had fitted for using around the farm with an original 3 speed. After putting in fresh fuel, new 6 volt battery, turned it over about 3 times and it started and ra evenly on all 6 cylinders. We have owned it for 51years now. Ed: Thanks Ian for the picture and write up. Hopefully more members will put pen to paper and give us a write up on their car. Hand written is fine it doesn’t need to be typed, just pop it in the mail to: 38 Hastings Street, Kaikoura 7300.



Trevor Begg, David Oakley, Roger & Isla Jones, Peter Jacob, Peter Lambie, Alan Begg, Rod McKimmie, Colin Sweetman, Barry Quantock, Diane Ross & Karen Bell. Apologies; None Received Minutes; Minutes of the previous meeting as circulated taken as read. Moved, Alan/Roger AIF Business arising; A quote will be received from Your Accounting Administrator for a Xero electronic book keeping system. Correspondence in; VCC Assorted club magazines VCC Beaded Wheels magazine MBIE reminder for 2016 financials New member forms Notice of transfer Correspondence out; Motion; that the inward correspondence be received and the outward approved, Moved Peter/Karen AIF Finance; Accounts for payment; AP Spark $65.60 AP Genesis Energy $82.85 AP Masterguard $63.25 Masterguard, engraving $20.00 Heartland Design & Print $251.85 Warehouse Stationary $300.00 Ashburton Signs & Graphics $51.75 Badges & Medals $18.74 Ash District Council, Tinwald Reserves Board $180.93 Sims Bakery, D Oakley $37.50 001 T Begg, Guest Speaker meal $25.00 002 Karen Bell $50.00 003 P Jacob, AGM accommodation $310.00 Receipts, Vero Commission $154.15 Levies $23.00 Museum $180.00 Parts $80.00 Blowout advertising $480.00 Swap Meet $50.00 Interest $58.59 Motion, that the financial report be received and payments approved, Moved Isla/Barry AIF



Parts Shed; A quiet month. Museum; Nothing received Swap Meet: With our change of banks NBS have available an eftpos machine for use at Swap meets free of charge. This has been booked for next year’s event. Grounds report; Gates at the end of the club rooms have been swung. Motion, for Barry to purchase a combination padlock for these gates, moved Barry/Rod AIF. To tidy up around the shelter belt trees so we are able to create a new site for the Lions food tent at next year’s swapmeet. Spouting has been cleaned out on all buildings. Club Captain; Spring rally is being organised by Peter Lambie for the 24th September. Secretary to email all local branches about the up and coming Spring Rally. 2019 SI Easter Rally update, Quotes were received from both the Ashburton Racecourse and Aviation Museum as possible venues for the Rally. Racecourse quote was $1000.00 for the whole venue and a cost of approximately $3500.00 for the hire of the Aviation Museum plus the hire of extras like tables, toilets, etc. Motion, The 2019 SI Easter Rally will be based at the Ashburton Racecourse, moved David/Karen AIF. Wheels Week; Nothing to report Health & Safety; There were no incidents or accidents reported for the month. VCC head office is going to resend the Health & Safety templates to all branches for us to use at future events The H&S templates for the National Daffodil runs are similar to what we are going to need. Delegate report; this will be included in either the next Blowout or the following one. Applications for membership received from, Penny Nell, 1974 Triumph 2500, Junior Member Paul & Sheena Strachan, 1936 Plymouth Application for Lighting Endorsement received from, None received Application for vehicle identity card received from, Ian Harrison, 1984 Toyota Cressida Application for vehicle identity card renewal received from, None received Transfer request; received from Murray & Kay Fairweather. General Business; Warehouse Stationary maximum limit has been extended to $600.00 It was proposed to have a plaque made to record all 50 year honours, the Mens shed will be asked if they are able to make one. Daffodil day deliveries for 21st August 11

It was proposed to have a coffee vendor at next year’s swapmeet, The information is to be passed on to the Lions. Club Night, The committee is requiring ideas for future club nights, please contact Trevor Begg or Peter Jacob Some ideas include, Ashburton Museum visit, Michael Kingsbury music night Next Meeting 19th September 2017 at 7.30pm Clubrooms Meeting closed 9.00pm Signed................................................. Chairman Date...................................

Spring Rally 2017 The Spring Rally will be held on Sunday 24th September this year and will begin at 10.00am at the clubrooms. All classes of VCC eligible vehicles are welcome but as always the trophies to be awarded are for Veteran, Motorcycles and Commercial vehicles. Distance to be travelled is approximately 30 to 40 miles. Entry form opposite page

Smiles for Miles day at Ryal Bush 12

Ashburton Branch


Meet at Ashburton Clubrooms Maronan Road at 10.00am First vehicle away at 10.30am Entries close: 18TH SEPTEMBER 2017 Post entries to: PETER LAMBIE LAMBIE’S RD PENDARVES RD 7 ASHBURTON 7777



Entrants name…………………………………………………… Address…………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… Phone…………………

Cell Phone…………………….

Email……………………………………………………………… Driver/Rider’s Name…………………………………………….. Navigator’s Name……………………………………………….. Vehicle Details Make………………………


Year……………. Veteran







Nominated Average Speed 15 20 30 40 50 Miles per hour


ENTRY FORM (Entrants Copy)

Entrants name…………………………………………………… Address…………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… Phone…………………

Cell Phone…………………….

Email……………………………………………………………… Driver/Rider’s Name…………………………………………….. Navigator’s Name……………………………………………….. Vehicle Details Make………………………


Year……………. Veteran







Nominated Average Speed 15 20 30 40 50 Miles per hour


The Ashburton Branch of the Vintage Car Club invites all VCC Members to participate in our Annual Spring Rally on 24th September 2017. Meet at the Ashburton Branch Clubrooms on Maronan Road from 10.00 am for a complimentary cup of tea or coffee with the first vehicle away at 10.30 am. Field Trials and briefing will be held at the Clubrooms before departure. Distance travelled will be approximately 50km. Trophies and Certificates will be awarded to class winners participating in or on Veteran Vehicles, Motorcycles and Commercial Vehicles. All other classes are welcome to participate. Traffic Regulations must be observed. Please take your own picnic lunch Entry Forms to be posted to: Peter Lambie 53 Lambies Road RD 7 Ashburton, 7777 Email: Entries Close 18th September 2017 Enquiries: Phone Peter Lambie (03) 302 0899


Yet another Aussie Regulation to deal with‌ Exporting your old car to Aussie raises some expensive barriers these days. The buyer must have an import permit under the 1989 rule which is for collector/antique vehicles. Of course there is the steam cleaning etcetera for agriculture protection and fees for all sorts of things. Now they may also require the removal of all asbestos from the vehicle. This includes dismantling the engine and removal of brake and clutch linings. It also appears cheaper to use a RoRo shipping service which goes via Japan, but if you have no brakes or engine power that will not be an option. Happy Days.

WANTED 2 only 500 x 18 Tyres Must be WOF Standard Phone Gavin Smith 308 2297 JIM’S TUCKER RUN WEDNESDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER 2017 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

National Easter Rally 2019 / 50th Anniversary is to be held here by our Branch At the AGM David Oakley was voted to be the Rally Convenor. A sub committee will be formed shortly. We need suggestions on venues and events so please speak to Peter, David, or Trevor with your ideas. 17

Back in time

Copy of the Branch Notes from the Beaded Wheels August/September 1971 supplied by Gavin Smith. Our rally season ended on a high note - in fact two high notes. On Saturday evening June 19, more than forty of the Ashburton members with their wives and friends met at the new Ashburton Hotel for dinner and dancing. The food was good, the music was good and the wine excellent. By the time the fish course was served several couples were trying out the dance floor and after the main course almost everyone was tripping to the light fantastic. A notable absentee from the dance floor was our worthy patron who was suffering from two cracked ribs. It appears that Ralph has bought himself a new bulldozer and the day it arrived he was admiring his new toy and evidently slipped and fell over the thing - the result was two cracked ribs. The moral of the story is - keep away from this new fangled machinery:; a Model T Ford would never treat you as unkindly as this Ralph. All in all a very happy evening with lots of fun and laughter and the general verdict afterwards was - let’s do this again very soon. Sunday brought the second highlight and the virtual end to our 1970-71 season. Ashburton members headed north to meet the Christchurch members who were heading south to the Rakaia Domain. The day was perfect - warm and sunny - and it was a pleasure motoring in an open car. More than twenty cars left Ashburton, the Vintage - covering about thirty five miles and the three Veterans taking the direct route by the main highway to Rakaia. All arrived safely, although Bill Miller had a little clutch trouble with the 1933 Buick. Needless to say he had it fixed and was motoring again in next to no time. By one o’clock there was a good gathering of cars at the Domain and there were little groups of enthusiasts everywhere - some nattering, some admiring and some sitting around on rugs in the sunshine just eating. It was good to see the number of Vintage and Veteran cars that made the journey and I think the eye catchers - as far as the Ashburton cars are concerned - was Mike Crum’s massive Stutz Coupe No doubt the warm, sunny day was the major factor in making the outing such a success and all Ashburton members who made the rally said: “We should do this more often”. Ian Moore was the winner of the Ashburton part of the rally - a natural progression because he was - and to Ian goes the honour of organisng this rally next year. We all owe Colin Bearman and his wife a great big thank you - Colin for organizing the Ashburton part of the rally and his good lady for going on ahead organizing hot water for everyone. And so ends our rally season for 1970-1971. Now it will be the annual meeting, hours in the workshop on repairs and touching up and looking forward to seeing some new Ashburton restorations making their debut in the 1971-72 season. J.R. MORRISON


OPENING RUN This year the event is organised by South Canterbury branch VCC

Meet at

Timaru Clubrooms Redruth Street Timaru At 9.30am Please take your own lunch.





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Club Night August 17th.

We all met at the clubrooms and were split into 2 groups to look at agate collections and history. We, as the first group went to Malcom Luxton's place. What a sight of a beautiful and colourful collection of agate. Some of the places to find agate include Gawler Downs, Woolshed Creek, Hinds River and Rakaia Gorge, just to mention a few. This collection is absolutely stunning with shelves and shelves of stunning pieces, even to a nice piece of Dinosaur Poo. Malcom has a wealth of knowledge of many agates etc, and was extremely interesting. This is quite a large collection right here in Asburton and is well worth viewing. Next we went to Robin Hall's place where we viewed his beatiful, colourful collection of agate. Again the stunning colour of this collection was excellent. There was also a clock made from a lovely piece of agate. One large piece of rock was from the Rakaia Gorge which had some great colouring, After we viewed his collection we were taken out to his garage where he does all his cutting and polishing. Robin has a large saw which he made himself for cutting the stone in half. Diesel is used to keep the saw cool and give some lubrication whilst cutting. To cut a large stone can take up to 8 days. . Many, many Thanks to Rod McKimmie for a great club night out. Kevin & Bernie. PS. To those who didn't come, you missed a very interesting evening.


Prospector’s Tour 14th - 19th December 2017 For those who wish to wish to avail themselves of an opportunity to obtain riches beyond their wildest dreams, here is your big chance! Join us as we explore Paradise, Glenorchy and the Skippers Canyon. Bring along your gold pan, sluicing gun and cradle and prospecting licence, assured that all will return home as millionaires. This tour may traverse roads and tracks which are only accessible by vehicles with good road clearance and may be unsuitable for drivers who are unnerved by steep narrow roads. Accommodation is available at the following : 14th Dec Cromwell, Andersons Park Motel 0800 220 550, (1 Night) If accommodation is not available at the above the Cromwell Motel is directly opposite. Andersons Park Motel will advise you. 15th/ 16th Dec, Glenorchy. Glenorchy Motel 03 4426993 2 (nights) Or, Glenorchy Hotel, 03 4429902 17th/18th Dec, Arrowtown. Viking Lodge Motel 034421765 (2 Nights) Or, Arrowtown Motels, Ph 034421833 For information phone David and Marion, 3087323 or 021370956. Important, when booking accommodation inform them you are from the Ashburton Vintage Car Club.



Certified for ALL Plumbing, Drain laying & Gas Fitting For Prompt Efficient Service Anytime Town & Country Phone 027 484 6000 or 308 4690 after hours RICHARD BEGBIE PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING LIMITED


W.O.F. discount to members Accessories and parts for all models New and second hand tyres Full workshop Service Franchised to all major warranty schemes

Corner Harrison Street and Allens Road Phone 308 6194 22

Michael lavender presenting 35 year badge to Pearce Watson

Michael Lavender presenting 50 year badge to Derek Prebble

Our Patron Diane Ross obliging with actions to the songs our Guest Speaker had arranged

Guest Speaker Peter Livingstone 23

Museum report Nothing to report this month MUSEUM OPEN SATURDAY MORNINGS 10am - 12 Noon MUSEUM ROSTER 2017 - 2018 SEPTEMBER



2 Jim Rooney

7 Les Bennett

4 Kevin Harkness

9 Mac Bruce

14 Denys McEvedy

11 Trevor Coulter

16 Kevin Harkness

21 Jim Rooney

18 Ken Kingsland

23 Trevor Coulter

28 Mac Bruce

25 Les Bennett



Denys McEvedy

307 2708

Jim Rooney

308 4441

Mac Bruce

307 8919

Ken Kingsland 308 6539

Trevor Coulter

308 4817

Les Bennett

Kevin Harkness

308 8162

308 4705

re-TYRED TOILERS NEXT MEETING Thursday 28th September 2017 at 2 – 4 pm Odd jobs and a cuppa

We may even talk about old cars. Museum and Parts Shed will be Open 24

PARTS SHED REPORT Not a lot has happened this month but still had sales of $80.00. Thanks Gavin Smith




2 Tony Adams

7 Kelly Kingsbury

4 Eean Parkes

9 Gavin Smith

14 Kevyn Begg

11 Alan Begg

16 Eean Parkes

21 Tony Adams

18 Kevin Harkness

23 Alan Begg

28 Gavin Smith

25 Kelly Kingsbury



Gavin Smith 308 2297 Alan Begg 308 6171 Kevin Harkness 308 8162 Eean Parkes 307 1374

Kevyn Begg 308 6605 Kelly Kingsbury 308 5101 Tony Adams 021 126 7992

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 19TH SEPTEMBER AT 7.30PM 25

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:

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




Trevor Begg

Roger & Isla Jones

Peter Lambie

Peter Jacob




January 2018

Bernie Harkness

Ian Moore

Anne Hart

Bernie Harkness





Val Knight

Owen Wilson

Milner Jacob

David Oakley

June Trevor Begg

Articles for Blowout Please send to: (Please Note Change) 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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Ashburton VCC September 2017  
Ashburton VCC September 2017