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THE WIPER The Newsletter of the Gore Branch of the Vintage Car Club of NZ (Inc.)

December 2018 MEETINGS: SECOND TUESDAY of the month at the Clubrooms, Waimea Street, Gore

Next meeting: 11th December

Branch telephone number: 03 208 7424

2018-2019 Committee and Officers Branch Patrons Chairman Vice Chairman Secretary Treasurer Club Captain Assistant Club Captains

Neil McVicar, Ray Tressler Greg Elder Vacant Katy Parish Tim Walsh John Parish Ken Buchanan Ray Taylor Charlie Davis Bill Sheddan Greg Elder Keith Nunn Branch Recorder (Wiper Editor) David North Assistant Branch Recorder Position not filled at present House Convenor Des Brewster Assistant House Convenor Paul Corcoran Social Committee Beb Kennedy, David McDowell, Keith Nunn Beaded Wheels Reporter Jim McFadzien Festival Rally Organiser Denis Knight Assistant Rally Organiser Keith and Raewyn Dodds Bar Manager Chris Scoles Assistant Bar Manager Murray Proctor Maintenance Supervisor Keith Nunn Maintenance Assistants Bill Ainge, Keith Dodds, Ray Harvey, Barry Clearwater, Alec McLennan Swapmeet & Parts Paul Corcoran Swapmeet & Parts Assistants Barry Clearwater, Evan Henderson, Gerry Kennedy, Bryan Neilson Hill Climb Evan Henderson Hill Climb Assistant Alec McLennan Sheriff Denis Knight Librarian Stewart Quertier Raffles Starr McDougall National Delegate David North Privacy Officer Katy Parish Health & Safety Officer Murray Low Museum & HPV David McDowell Tuesday Ramble Co-ordinator Fay Graves Branch Daffodil Day Co-ordinator Bill Sheddan Vehicle Identity Card signatories Evan Henderson, Denis Knight, John Parish, John Tremaine Front cover picture:


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Chairman's Report December 2018 Just home from a well-attended November meeting. Thought I had better put pen to paper for my Monthly report as Daphne and I have the Cadillac loaded up in its trailer and we are away early in the morning to the National Veteran Rally being held in Nelson this coming weekend. Looking forward to the event although the hills around Nelson could be a challenge with the Cadillac only having rear wheel brakes and weighing over 2000kgs!! I suspect my Ford Ranger will consume a lot of diesel with that load on behind!! Last time I rallied up there was back in, I think, 1972 with Alex McLennan in his 1914 Renault. Great to welcome three new members, Michael, Ben and Sol Wyatt from Gore with their 1939 Chev and 1957 Vauxhall Cresta. Looking forward to seeing them out on Club runs. Thanks to all members who helped with the Targa marshalling. We had over 30 members out and about on the stage and at the Showgrounds marshalling and displaying 12 cars from our club. Great effort. I enjoyed the P60 Run to Thornbury in my Morris Minor. Great day out motoring on some roads that I have never travelled. We are certainly spoilt for choice here in Southland for Fantastic motoring. I was planning to run my Escort Mk 1 Sport in the Josephville hill climb but will have to wait to next year as its clashes with the Veteran Rally. Until next month. Happy motoring Greg Elder


Club Captain’s Report December 2018 The P60 Run on the 28th of October saw a total of 12 cars travel an interesting route to Lorneville for lunch and then on to the Thornbury vintage museum. It was a great day out and thanks to Ken Buchanan and Keith Nunn for their efforts in organising everything. Unfortunately, Ken’s health didn’t play ball and he ended up in hospital and not on the run. He is back on deck now and the doctors still don’t know why he had the dizzy spells! Let’s hope he doesn’t get any more. I hope to see you all at the Christmas Run on the 9th of December. This will be more of a social event than a rally so bring some food for a pot-luck BBQ and decorate your car for Christmas. Keith Nunn has decided to reduce the overnight run that was proposed for January 19th & 20th down to a day trip. Look for the advert later in The Wiper. The issue I talked about last month regarding start times for Sunday runs was discussed at the November meeting. Most runs are on a Sunday to avoid children’s or grandchildren’s sport and also some members work Saturdays. We will leave the majority of runs on Sundays but if any run requires an early start due to the distance being travelled we will move it to a Saturday. As the saying goes “You can’t please all of the people all of the time”. John Parish


From the Editor’s keyboard As those of you who were paying attention will remember, Donna and I are in the UK at present, and are now getting towards the end of a rather hectic six weeks of travelling around NZ and the UK. This edition of The Wiper has, therefore, been put together on the run with a laptop in hotels. Any mistakes are the result of the inevitable shortcomings of this process and I apologise in advance if I have got anything wrong or missed anything out! Our travels have meant that we missed attending the P60 Run, the Josephville Hillclimb and the November Tuesday Ramble so I would like to thank those members who have sent, or will be sending, reports and/or photos of the three events. A very big “Thank You” to Raewyn and Keith Dodds who have once again stepped up in my absence and volunteered to handle the folding, addressing and posting of this edition as well as making sure that the Tuesday Ramblers got copies for themselves and for hand delivery. Christmas shutdown and The Wiper: to get the next edition printed in time, I MUST receive all copy BEFORE the 18th December. Finally, as this is the last issue of The Wiper that most of you will receive before the big day, I would like to wish you all a very Happy Christmas. David North

New Members A very warm welcome to three more new members, Michael, Ben and Sol Wyatt of Gore. Their VCC cars are a 1939 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe and a 1957 Vauxhall Cresta, two very motorable models. We look forward to seeing the cars (and owners) on a run very soon. From the Editorial point of view, an introductory story about the cars and the owners would be very welcome! The Editor 6




Opening Run 2018 (16th September) A good variety of 16 cars turn out for the first run of the season. We opted for the long run. We were not told of the distance, but I am sure everybody ended up doing more miles than they were supposed to. The long run took us east out of Gore along MacGibbon Road which runs along the Waikaka River, giving a rear view of the new milk plant, till we hit the State Highway 1. Next instruction was a left into McDonald Road, no sign post so we carried on with the navigator saying it would be the next one! We went as far as Landslip Road then turned back to the road with no name! Plain sailing after that, nice gravel roads and interesting countryside took us up the Waikaka Valley then across to Chatton and through Otama past the broken Pyramid Bridge, across the Waipounamu Bridge, back through Riversdale and on to the Clubrooms for a chat and pot luck dinner. An interesting Opening Run thanks to Keith and Linda. Oh, and we won it! Stew Quertier [Congratulations Stewart, and thank you for the write-up. The Editorial Toyota and crew also took part in this Run, and we too missed the “road with no name” but we went an awful lot further before we realised! There should have been some photos to accompany this, but the Editor left them on his home computer. With a bit of luck, they might appear in the next edition of “The Wiper”. The Editor]



Targa NZ VCC Time Trial (Part 1) I first heard about the inclusion of a VCC “class” in the Targa NZ Rally back in January and this, coupled with the news that Targa was again coming to the South Island, piqued my interest. The dates for the Rally were the 21st to the 28th October 2018, inclusive and this fitted in with our planned trip to the UK in early November. I made initial enquiries and signed up to the “Register of Interest” with the VCC co-ordinator for the event, Rod Corbett. The answers to my initial enquiries indicated that a “standard road-going VCC car” would be very suitable and that entrants would be responsible for arranging their own accommodation, meals etc. As this was to be the first time VCC cars would be part of the Targa, I was very keen to give it a go, partly for the chance to drive the Editorial Toyota on closed roads and partly because if nobody entered the first time there probably wouldn’t be a second chance! Then, at the end of February, we heard that the event was definitely on and, to quote the Targa NZ-VCC South Island Time Trial 2018 InfoNews #2, “The aim is to create a unique motoring spectacle of older vehicles being driven & displayed, to encourage new & younger people to join VCC, & give existing VCC members opportunity to drive their classic & vintage cars for 5 days over iconic sealed roads through Southland, Otago & Central Otago. This is not a speed event, but rather an exercise in precise driving & time-keeping to maintain a set average speed through all closed stages, (with the safety of knowing that all participants have staggered start times, drive in the same direction, on the same road, with nothing coming towards them!)” The next update came in March with news that there would be a briefing day at the Highlands Park race circuit in April, when we would get full details of the event – and have the chance to drive our cars on the circuit! Unfortunately, a week before the briefing day we were informed that we would not, after all, be able to take to the circuit, which was a slight disappointment but obviously something that we could do nothing about.


The briefing day allowed us to meet some of the other interested VCC people, as well as some of the “Targa Tour” entrants. We were given a lot of information about how the whole event would be run, including examples of the “Road Book”, which would be our “Bible” for the event, with all the route instructions as “Tulip” diagrams. We had ample opportunity to ask questions and my initial misgivings about fitting a fire extinguisher and other possible modifications to the Editorial Toyota were dispelled. We now also knew that we could choose between a set average speed of 50 or 70kph for the special stages. I thought that 70kph sounded a fairly easy target as our everyday car’s computer told me that we had averaged 64kph over the 30,000 kms we had so far driven it. I would only have to drive a little bit more quickly than normal, and I rarely exceeded an indicated 90 to 95kph on the open road. To coin a phrase, “How hard could it be?” The day finished with the opportunity to practise the use of the Tulip diagrams, but we felt we were sufficiently familiar with them from the Vero Rally so gave that a miss. Entries opened at the end of April, with a reduced, “Early Bird” entry fee until the 30th June. I found I had a lot of reading to do as we received the entry forms, Targa regulations and VCC Time Trial Supplementary Regulations. Parts of these raised questions, mostly around provisions which it seemed could not reasonably apply to the VCC cars. With reassurances from the VCC co-ordinator, I submitted our entry and payment and set about making provisional accommodation bookings in Invercargill, Dunedin and Queenstown, the three centres for the Rally. During July and August we were sent further information, including an event programme and were asked for a photo of the Editorial Toyota for inclusion in the NZ Classic Car magazine Targa supplement. It was all getting very real, especially with the news that there were now 22 confirmed VCC entries, some of whom, including Ken and Jill Muir from Gore, had joined the VCC specifically so they could take part in the event. The oldest VCC car was a 1929 Rolls-Royce and the two youngest were a Toyota and a BMW, both from 1986. To be continued……. David North 13

The Bravest Fire Fighters One dark night in a local township a fire started inside the chemical plant and in a blink of an eye it exploded into massive flames. The alarm went out to all the fire departments for miles around. When the volunteer fire fighters appeared on the scene, the chemical company president rushed to the fireman in charge and said, "All our secret formulas are in the vault in the centre of the plant... They must be saved. I will give $50,000 to the fire department that brings them out intact." But the roaring flames held the fire-fighters off. Soon more fire departments had to be called in as the situation became desperate. As the firemen arrived, the president shouted out that the offer was now $100,000 to the fire station who could bring out the company's secret files. But still the fire departments could not get through. From the distance, a lone siren was heard as another fire truck came into sight. It was the nearby rural township volunteer fire department, composed mainly of fighters over the age of 65. To everyone's amazement, that little run-down fire engine roared right past all the newer sleek engines that were parked outside the plant... Without even slowing down it drove straight into the middle of the inferno. Outside, the other firemen watched as the old timers jumped off right in the middle of the fire and fought it back on all sides. It was a performance and effort never seen before. Within a short time, they had extinguished the fire and had saved the secret formulas. The grateful chemical company president announced that for such a superhuman feat he was upping the reward to $200,000 and walked over to personally thank each of the brave fire fighters. The local TV station caught the thank you on film and asked the fire chief, "What are you going to do with all that money?" "Well," said the 70-year-old fire chief, "The first thing we gonna do is fix the brakes on that damn fire truck!" Anon 14



There will be NO TUESDAY RAMBLE in December

Normal service will be resumed in January with a Ramble to Riverton organised by the Norths. Full details next month 17

Gore Branch Events for the 2018-19 Season Event



2018 Christmas Run

Sunday 9th December

John Parish

2019 Coastal Day Run

Saturday19th January

Festival Rally

Saturday 16th February Denis Knight

Diggers Run

Sunday 23rd February

Ken Buchanan

Clearwater Capers Run

Sunday 3rd March

Charlie Davis, Ray Taylor

Frank Robson Run Sunday 10th March

Keith Nunn

Greg Elder

Gore Swap Meet

Sunday 17th March

Paul Corcoran

Ladies Run

Sunday 7th April

Fay Graves

Night Trial

Saturday 11th May

Bill Sheddan

End of Season Run Saturday 8th June

Tuesday Ramble

Charlie Davis, Ray Taylor

Normally the last Co-ordinated by Tuesday of the month. Fay Graves (Variable in December)

2020 South Island Veteran Rally

16th to 18th October

Paul Herron

Editor's note to event organisers: if you want to see a report in The Wiper please provide one yourselves or organise somebody to do it for you. (N.B. This usually works best if you ask them before the event!)


Other Events 2019 26th - 27th January

Edendale Crank Up

26th - 27th January

65th Dunedin to Brighton Run, Otago Branch

15th - 17th February

26th National Motorcycle Rally – Blenheim

7th – 13th March

North Island Club Captain’s Tour. Kaaren Smylie Phone 07 576 4180, cell 021 664 341 or email:

19th - 21st April

National South Island Easter Rally (Ashburton)

25th August

National Day - Daffodil Rally for Cancer

2020 16th - 18th October

South Island Veteran Rally, Gore Branch

2021 17th – 22nd January

Vero International Festival of Historic Motoring, New Plymouth


Coastal Day Run Saturday 19th January 2019

10.00am: assemble at Clubrooms – with your lunch (The run will include some gravel) Inquiries to: Keith Nunn (03) 208 5403 20

A Scottish Love Story A young Scottish lad and lass were sitting on a low stone wall, holding hands, gazing out over the loch. For several minutes they sat silently. Then finally the girl looked at the boy and said, “A penny for your thoughts, Angus.” “Well, uh, I was thinkin, perhaps it’s aboot time for a wee kiss.” The girl blushed, then leaned over and kissed him lightly on the cheek. Then he blushed. The two turned once again to gaze out over the loch. Minutes passed and the girl spoke again. “Another penny for your thoughts, Angus?” “Well, uh, I was thinkin’ perhaps it’s noo aboot time for a wee cuddle.” The girl blushed, then leaned over and cuddled him for a few seconds. Then he blushed. And the two turned once again to gaze out over the loch. After a while, she again said, “Another penny for your thoughts, Angus.” “Well, uh, I was thinkin’ perhaps it’s aboot time you let me put my hand on your leg.” The girl blushed, then took his hand and put it on her knee. Then he blushed. Then the two turned once again to gaze out over the loch before the girl spoke again. “Another penny for your thoughts, Angus.” The young man glanced down with a furled brow. “Well, noo,” he said, ‘my thoughts are a wee bit more serious this time.’ “Really?” said the lass in a whisper, filled with anticipation. “Aye,” said the lad, nodding. The girl looked away in shyness, began to blush, and bit her lip in anticipation of the ultimate request. Then he said, “Dae ye nae think it’s aboot time ye paid me the first three pennies?” Anon 21

Trophy Presentations, 28th October 2018 Before the start of the P60 Run the Branch Chairman, Greg Elder, presented four trophies to members who didn’t attend the Annual Dinner and Trophy Night:

Clockwise from left: Athol Martyn: Opening Run, Hurley Trophy Alan Taylor: 1st Runner-up Most Rallied PV/PWV Keith Nunn: Most Rallied P60V and Club Captain’s Trophy

Q. What do you call a woman who stands between goal posts? A. Annette 22

P60 Run 28th October 2018 Twelve cars left the club rooms for the P60 Run on an overcast Sunday. We went down through Waimumu, Te Tipua, Dacre then to Morton Mains, south through Rimu to Kennington, then on to North Makarewa. We stopped at Lorneville at the White House Hotel for an enjoyable lunch. The dessert was to die for! After lunch we continued our run on to the Thornbury Rural Heritage Centre. We were greeted by members of the Centre who gave us a brief history of the early settlers in the Riverton, Thornbury, Waimatuku areas. This was most informative. After this introduction, we split into two groups for a guided tour of four sheds and a workshop. There was a wide range of early tractors and machinery, both farming and industrial. One of the sheds contained a variety of early household articles, which the women enjoyed looking at. There was an amazing array of vintage machinery and equipment throughout all the sheds. We could have easily spent all day there poking around amongst the various sheds. There was something for everyone and the presentation of the displays was a credit to the Thornbury Rural Heritage Centre. From Thornbury we travelled to Isla Bank, Drummond then Winton. It was time for an ice cream! It was the first ice cream we had bought which was actually weighed!! From Winton to Browns, Hedgehope then home. We travelled on roads we had not been on before and had a most enjoyable day. Thanks to Ken Buchanan and Keith Nunn for organising the Run. Athol & Margaret Martyn



Q. How did Mary and Joseph know that Jesus was 7lb 6oz? A. They had a weigh in the manger. Q. What do you get from cows at the North Pole? A. Ice cream.

“Silver Surfers” As we “Silver Surfers” know, sometimes we have trouble with our computers. Yesterday, I had a problem, so I called Eddie, the 11-year-old next door, whose bedroom looks like Mission Control, and asked him to come over. Eddie clicked a couple of buttons and solved the problem. As he was walking away, I called after him, 'So, what was wrong? He replied, “It was an ID ten T error.” I didn't want to appear stupid, but nonetheless inquired, 'An, ID ten T error? What's that? In case I need to fix it again.' Eddie grinned, “Haven't you ever heard of an ID ten T error before?” “No,” I replied. “Write it down,” he said, “and I think you'll figure it out.” So I wrote down: ID10T I used to like Eddie, the clever little B…..! Gerry Kennedy 25

Editorial and Tuesday Ramblings The Tuesday Ramble on the 30th October was the last Branch event the Editorial Toyota and crew attended before our UK trip – and one that we only just managed to squeeze in. Donna and I had been away on the Targa NZ VCC Time Trial from the 22nd to the 28th of October. The next day, I was in Invercargill in the morning getting the Targa livery taken off the Toyota and collecting The Wiper from the printers. The afternoon was spent folding and addressing The Wiper ready for distribution. Tuesday Ramble day started rather dull and overcast, but dry, a relief for the riders in the Tour of Southland who we watched set off on the Riverton stage before we left for the Ramble. We were headed for the car park at Edendale where we met up with the other Ramblers who had departed from the Clubrooms. From there it was but a short journey to the Kirbys’ house where we all had a chat while we enjoyed a delicious home-baked morning tea prepared by Jean.


Following that, we had a scenic drive to the café at Fortrose where, rather too soon for some, we had lunch. This was “own choice” from the menu, and many and varied were the choices, but all substantial and tasty. Lunch was, of course, accompanied by more chatting!

After lunch we were treated to Jim McFadzien telling us all about his family’s connections to the area. These go back to the very early days of European settlement when the Scottish influence on Southland and Otago was first being established. This was followed by Jean Kirby’s tales of going to school and growing up in and around the Fortrose area. (I have asked both to supply their fascinating stories to The Wiper so that everybody can enjoy them. The Editor.)


Although I found Jean’s reminiscences very interesting, it seemed that some of the audience might have heard it all before! After the talks, some of the Ramblers were going off to look at a lighthouse a bit further into the Catlins, others were returning home, and we were going back to Riverton via Invercargill and Gore as we had calls and deliveries to make. The next two days passed in a blur of ironing, packing, emailing and generally preparing for a trip to Dunedin on the 2nd of November and Aoraki/Mount Cook on the 3rd for the Aoraki Spring Classic organised by David and Christine Mehrtens (of Mainland Classic and Autumn Colours fame) in our modern car, the Fiat 124 Spider Abarth. This was immediately followed by a drive to Christchurch on the 5th of November to catch flights to Auckland and the UK where we were to be visiting friends and family (and doing a few “car things”) for four weeks. More on these trips (and the Targa VCC Time Trial) later! David North 28

Online Bonuses Chris Rea - Driving Home For Christmas (1986) Marie Te Po - Maori Silent Night: Frank Sinatra - The Little Drummer Boy: Christmas in New Zealand - Dennis Marsh: Eartha Kitt - Santa Baby: Elmo & Patsy - Grandma Got Run over by a Reindeer: Jingle Bells Kiwi Style: 29


Russell Newland Ray Taylor, Charlie January Davis February Murray Lowe Ken Youngson March Keith Nunn April Denis Knight (tbc) May To be advised June To be advised July To be advised August September To be advised To be advised October November To be advised December

We need to cater for about 3040 members each night. The cuppa and serving of the supper is to be arranged within the Social Committee. If necessary, small items can be bought at Gore New World and charged to the Gore VCC account.


Reminders Non-commercial FOR SALE and WANTED advertisements are free to Club members. Each advertisement will be published in 3 consecutive issues of The Wiper. Please contact the Editor. The vinyl “VCC Wings” badges (as featured on the front cover) are still available from the Treasurer, cost $2 each. VCC name badges If you haven't got one, they are available from Van De Water Jewellers at a discounted cost of $18. The badges are black with white lettering and bear your name and Gore VCC. NB. Not wearing one at a meeting is likely to attract the Sheriff’s attention and result in a fine! The Wiper is also available by email. It arrives earlier than the postal or hand-delivered ones, the pictures are in colour and there are (working) hyperlinks. There are two versions, a pdf file and an online one. Let me know if you would like to try this out. The Editor

Newsletters from other branches Many Branch Newsletters are now posted on the VCC Website: A very few branches are still sending us printed copies and these are displayed on the stand in the Library for three months. Others are received as pdf files or by email and can be forwarded to you, on request, by the Editor or the Secretary. Q. What do snowmen wear on their heads? A. Ice caps! Q. How do you know if Santa’s been in your shed? A. You’ll have three more hoes. 31

COOKERY CORNER Perfect Ginger Cake Ingredients 100g butter, plus extra to grease 100g dark muscovado sugar 175g self-raising flour 4 tsp ground ginger 175g golden syrup 3 tbsp ginger wine 2 free-range eggs, beaten 75g icing sugar Walnut-sized piece of fresh ginger, peeled and finely grated 150g candied ginger, finely chopped 1 piece of stem ginger, to decorate Method Preheat the oven to 160ºC and grease and line a 23cm loaf tin. Cream together the butter and sugar with a pinch of salt until fluffy. Sift together the flour and ground ginger Pour in the golden syrup (the easiest way to handle the syrup is with a lightly greased spoon and a silicone spatula) and 1 tbsp wine and mix to combine Beat in the eggs, a little at a time, then gradually mix in the flour Finally, stir through the fresh and candied ginger and spoon into the prepared tin. Level the top and bake for about 50–60 minutes until a skewer inserted into the centre comes out clean Allow to cool in the tin. When it's completely cool, make the icing by mixing together the icing sugar and remaining ginger wine and drizzle over the top of the cake. Slice the stem ginger thinly and arrange down the centre of the cake Donna North 32

Q. What did Adam say the day before Christmas? A. It’s Christmas Eve! Q. If athletes get athlete's foot, what do elves get? A. Mistle-toes! Q. What’s the most popular Christmas wine? A. I don’t like Brussel Sprouts!

Christmas Breakfast A guy goes into a restaurant for breakfast at Christmastime. After looking over the menu he orders Eggs Benedict. When his breakfast arrives, it’s served on a big, shiny, hubcap. He asks the waiter, “What’s with the hubcap?” The waiter sings, “There’s no plate like chrome for the hollandaise!” Anon 33

ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED Complete diff or higher-geared diff head to suit 1934-1935 Ford V8 pickup. Phone Denis Knight: home (03) 208 5404 or cell 027 3513190 2/3



Run reports, articles of interest, photos, technical tips, letters and feedback are always welcome. Please send all contributions to David North

before the 21st of each month for inclusion in the next Wiper If you don't have a computer I can type up a hand-written article or put your notes or jottings into shape for The Wiper. If you prefer I can even take notes as you talk to me and write up the story for you - I am always ready to help so just let me know how! e-mail: physical mail: 4 Trotter Street, Riverton 9822 telephone (mobile) 0211723281 Remember that insuring your vehicle(s), boat(s), house(s), contents or travel with Vero Insurance and quoting the branch number (300135) results in the branch receiving a commission payment Please support our advertisers so that they, in turn, can continue to support the Branch The opinions and statements in The Wiper are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the policy or views of the Gore branch or of the VCC. The branch accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of any statements. The Wiper is printed by i-Cue 10 Wood Street, Invercargill. Telephone (03) 218 3350 35




Gore VCC December 2018  
Gore VCC December 2018