RATTLES & SQUEAKS
Upcoming Events Chairmanâ€™s Report Dick Goodall Auction Motorcycle report Dargaville Doings Concreting Tutamoe Rally Review Mystery Machine AGM Voting Procedure Contacts
"Could the person who mistakenly uplifted the FIVA Flag from the 2016 International Rally Headquarters in Dunedin, please return it to the National Office" I know that it was over a year ago, but so far it has not been located so it is hoped that one of the entrants may have accidentally picked it up. Kind Regards Julie Cairns - Gee Administration Manager Vintage Car Club of NZ - National Office
April Sunday 23rd Saturday 29th
Annual Swap Meet Spares & Truck Shed Open 2pm
May Thursday 4th Sunday 7th Sunday 7th Sunday 14th Saturday 20th Saturday 27th
Club Night 7.30pm Motorbike Run Dick Goodall Auction Napier Mothers Day Rally â€“ Dargaville Annual Motorcycle Rally Spares & Truck Shed Open 2pm
June Thursday 1st Sunday 4th Sunday 11th Sunday 25th
Club Night 7.30pm End of Registration Run & Prize giving NVCC A.G.M. Midwinter Lunch 11am
Swap Meet gates open for still holders to set up at 6.30am & to the public at 8am. Anyone who is helping first thing in the morning please arrive at 6am to ensure we are ready when the gates open. Annual Motor Cycle rally Saturday 20th May. Briefing at 9.15am and first bike away at 9.45am with prize giving at the Kamo club that evening.
Chairmans report It was with pleasure that Marion & I went on the Wellsford - Warkworth “Are We There Yet” rally. Started in Wellsford then thru Mangawhai then Paparoa, Tauroa, Maungakaramea, Snookes road and had lunch at the Country Yard near Maungatapere. We then went to the Packard Museum & on thru Otaika Valley & finished at Waipu. We came home whilst the majority stayed at Waipu Cove. It was a very well set event. Saturday 8th April 4 entrants from the NVCC went on the Brian Parker event set by Sue & Terry Rogers. Another very good rally starting in Okaihau past Horeke near the cycle trail then up the main road to Victoria Valley hall for lunch, fantastic scones. Then back country to Far North clubrooms for tea, excellent meal. Both these Clubs were part of our Club in the eighties & used to regularly attend Whangarei meetings. Hopefully by the time this is printed the Tutamoe Event will have been well supported. Bruce Cosson has put together a very good Rally & hopefully gets the support he deserves. If you don't have a Club car operational come in your modern. The Club is about people as much as cars. Paul Collins from the National Executive attended our last Committee night & had some very good advice, National rules override Branch rules. I wish to acknowledge the three great runs that Denise & Dave Williams put on for the benefit of all Club Members. The fact that the weather was atrocious at the start and obviously deterred many of you, those that did come had a great time & interestingly the weather cleared for both outside events Taiharuru was brilliant & Sunday was also favoured. SO A GREAT BIG THANK YOU DENISE & DAVE BRILLIANT Let‟s see who can step up and continue such a great effort. Remember the AGM is now coming within the 45 days notice required. Please read the notices regarding this. To all of you who helped with the Swap Meet many thanks. Till next month Happy Motoring Keith
In my last letter to the editor I acknowledged the efforts of those involved in the truck shed concrete footpath. Unfortunately due to a brain malfunction I failed to acknowledge the efforts of Trevor Reilly, Lawrence Hillier and Alan Pearson, who all played a huge part in this effort. I apologise to all concerned. Thanks Mike McGee (Acting secretary)
AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION 180 PLUS LOTS OF AUTOMOBILA AND RELATED COLLECTIBLES AUCTION TO BE HELD AT THE HB VINTAGE CAR CLUBROOMS 67 SANDY ROAD MEEANEE NAPIER AT 10AM ON SUNDAY 7TH MAY 2017 IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE 25TH HOT ROD AND CLASSIC CAR FESTIVAL BEING HELD BY THE MARINELAND STREET ROD AND KUSTOM KLUB AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION 180 PLUS LOTS OF AUTOMOBILA AND RELATED COLLECTIBLES LOTS OF PETROL TINS AUCTION TO BE HELD AT THE HB VINTAGE CAR CLUBROOMS LOTS OF OIL TINS 67 SANDY ROAD MEEANEE NAPIER AT 10AM ON SUNDAY 7TH MAY 2017 IN CONJUNCTION SEVERAL SIGNS BEING HELD BY THE MARINELAND WITH THE 25TH HOT ROD AND CLASSIC CAR FESTIVAL STREET ROD AND KUSTOM KLUB MANY OLD STYLE JACKS HEAPS OF OLD COLLECTIBLE SPARK PLUGS LOTS OF PETROL TINS LOTS OF OIL TINS SEVERAL SIGNS
BOXES OF OLD AND INTERESTING TOOLS
LARGE OLD PEDESTAL TYPE SPARK PLUG CLEANER OLD REPCO SIGN
MANY OLD STYLE JACKS LOTS OF OTHER GOODIES … SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE HEAPS OF OLD COLLECTIBLE SPARK PLUGS BOXES OF OLD AND INTERESTING TOOLS NET PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE WILL BE GOING TO THE FAMILY OF THE LATE DICK GOODALL WHO WAS A MEMBER OF THE BRANCH FOR MANY YEARS. CATALOGUE AND SOME LARGE OLD PEDESTAL TYPE SPARK PLUG CLEANER PHOTOS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD FROM THE HBVCC WEBSITE FROM EARLY OLD REPCO SIGN APRIL. WWW.HBVCC.ORG.NZ LOTS OF OTHER GOODIES … SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE VIEWING AND REGISTRATION FROM 8AM SUNDAY 7TH MAY. NET PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE WILL BE GOING TO THE FAMILY OF THE LATE DICK GOODALL WHO WAS A MEMBER OF THE BRANCH FOR MANY YEARS. CATALOGUE AND EARLY AND BE REGISTRATION FOR HBVCC AND HOTTHE RODHBVCC CLUB MEMBERS FROM SOME VIEWING PHOTOS WILL AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD FROM WEBSITE FROM TH 3PM TO 5.30 PM ON SATURDAY 6 MAY 2017. EARLY APRIL. WWW.HBVCC.ORG.NZ VIEWING AND REGISTRATION FROM 8AM SUNDAY 7TH MAY. PAYMENT CAN BE AND BY CASH OR EFTPOS FOR (CREDIT CARDS 2% FEE). IF YOU NEED EARLY VIEWING REGISTRATION HBVCC ANDWILL HOTINCURA ROD CLUB MEMBERS FROM TO DRAW OUT CASH AN EFTPOS WIL BE AVAILABLE AT THE HOT ROD CLUB. 3PM TO 5.30 PMMORE ON SATURDAY 6TH MAYMACHINE 2017. SORRY BUT NO CHEQUES WILL BE ACCEPTED. PAYMENT CAN BE BY CASH OR EFTPOS (CREDIT CARDS WILL INCURA 2% FEE). IF YOU NEED TO DRAW OUT MORE CASH AN EFTPOS MACHINE WIL BE AVAILABLE AT THE HOT ROD CLUB. SORRY BUT NO CHEQUES WILL BE ACCEPTED.
Motorcycle report Eight riders and a pillion passenger turned up for our monthly ride in conditions which didn‟t look too good, very overcast and drizzling. It was good to see Graham on his Norton 600 for the first time, a bike he has recently restored to a very high standard. Donald was still sorting out the wiring on his Triumph which gave up the ghost on our last run, so he resorted to his new Triumph, while Roger Ballard turned out on his Triumph Tiger 800. Cam led the way out over Vinegar Hill to Kauri and then up over Apotu Road which unfortunately is under reconstruction with some heavy metal which made for some interesting riding. After a stop for refreshments at Hukerenui we returned via the same route before branching off into Rushbrook Road and returning via Matarau. All in all a good run. MooLoo Meander Cambridge club rooms and start of the MooLoo Meander. Cam, Simon & Sylvia and I made the annual pilgrimage down to Cambridge on the weekend of the 7th - 8th for the Waikato run which was held in glorious weather. Robert & Lorraine although not riding (Lorraine is still recuperating after her operation) attended the Saturday night dinner and prize giving. The run travelled east from Cambridge, ascending a steep winding bush clad hill road, at the top of which afforded panoramic views of the Waikato. Unfortunately no time to stop as this was a timed section. Then it was on to and through Matamata toward the Kaimai range and north to Te Aroha for lunch. The return trip was over flat straight roads in a more direct route. Hugh Andersons (of Grand Prix fame) beautifully presented Vincent Rapide which he rode on the day. These bikes are now fetching over $100,000. „Not for Sale‟ says Hugh No Trophies this year I‟m afraid but Robert & I came second and third in the raffle respectfully. Cheers for now and looking forward to our Northland motor cycle rally next month on the 20th.
Keep the rubber to the road. Lofty
Dargaville doings MOTHERS DAY POKER CAR RUN Sunday 14th May Open to all custom, vintage, hotrod and other speciality vehicles Take your Mum for a drive Dargaville – Paparoa via Tinopai Start: 1 pm Kaipara Vintage Machinery Club, Harding Park, Dargaville Registration from 12 noon Finish: Paparoa Hotel for prize giving at 4.30 pm $10.00 per head early bird registration by 10th May $12.00 per head on the day Phone 09 439 3330 ext 6716 Email: email@example.com All proceeds go to Hospice Kaipara. This will be the 4th year of our Poker Car Run which is at the start of Hospice Awareness Week 15 – 19 May. For those curious about a „poker‟ run it is all a bit of fun for those involved. There are five stops where the participants pick up a card and the best „hand‟ wins! The Poker Run is organised with help and input from the Dargaville Hot Rod Club. Numbers vary each year from 35 to 72 and it makes a fine sight with all the wonderful vehicles on show. Everyone is welcome. Please come and join us. Hospice poker classic car run Mother‟s Day 14th May. Pamela Barton, Fundraiser/Administrator Kaipara Hospice
Coming up Events 10th May
Meeting at N W Aero club 7.30pm
Mid week run Start at 10am meet at the NW Boating club We are stopping at a café for lunch. Bring cash (money) for lunch or your own and a full tank of fuel. B.Y.O. chairs If arriving late go to Godfrey Motors to pick up instructions
Car for Sale 1956 Austin A 90 Westminster, Green, WOF & Rego Good Reliable Tidy Car, $6,000 ONO Ph Bill Johnsen 09 4394822 or 0274394822
Further Progress: About two months ago the committee received a letter from Kiwi North saying that the path along the side of the truck shed no longer met health and safety regulations and could we please repair/replace it. This was discussed at the next committee meeting and passed. The footpath has now been finished. A huge thank you to Virgin Concrete who supplied the concrete at no cost to the club. Thanks also to Downtown Tools who supplied a concrete cutting blade at no cost to the club. Thanks also to Keith Taylor, Gwynn Price, Alan Pearson, Lawrence Hillier and Trevor Rielly who prepared the site and laid the concrete. I believe Marion has volunteered to do the garden along the edge. Craig Mcdougall has offered to supply volcanic topsoil and Lawrence Hillier has offered to transport it. Lew Appleton has also offered soil. Thanks to all involved. It is so good to see members getting together and getting the job done. This is what our club needs to move forward. Mike McGee
Tutamoe Rally Review TUTAMOE Easter Sunday 2017 the ‘RIP-SNORTER’ run “. . . . A great run yesterday. Really enjoyed a true vintage run.” “What I get from these rally days is friendship.” If you took part in the event last weekend and survived - well done. Congratulations. As anticipated there were a number of things that we could have done differently, and next time we probably will. Overall though the day lived up to expectations and the most important ingredient, fun, was there in buckets. Rob‟s Model A survived. „Too dark on the main road home run,‟ was the comment. Thanks for the ride Rob. And what about that Dodge huh? To get the whole story see the June „Beaded Wheels‟ mag. Nice one Donna The Best Dressed award for the day goes to Adam in the speedster. Looking every bit and totally vintage in all ways. Very good Adam. The car looked and sounded splendid.
Thanks for taking part everyone. Until next time. Bruce.
Photos from Sandra.
Mystery Machine Hello everyone, Can anyone tell me what this machine is? At the present time it is in residence in the red barn. Thanks Allie Fry Director Operations Kiwi North P: 09 438 9630 Ext 4 C: 027 550 3994 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Agm Voting Procedure
Nomination forms are in this news letter. Please use and ask for more if required. All positions on the committee are up for nomination. These positions must be nominated and signed and seconded, by 2 financial members of the Northland Vintage Car Club Inc AND by the nominated member, and be returned to the Secretary, Northland Vintage Car Club Inc, P O Box 17, Whangarei, by 5pm Friday 12th May 2017. Positions required - Chairman; Vice Chairman; Secretary; Treasurer; Club Captain; and 7 Committee Members. (Non-voting positions can be filled by these members should they wish). Should a vote be required for a position, voting papers will be posted to all members within 21 days of the AGM and are to be returned to the Secretary, Northland Vintage Car Club Inc, P O Box 17, Whangarei, by 5pm Wednesday 7th June 2017. Voting papers will be opened and counted at the meeting. Non-voting positions will be from those who have informed the Secretary of their intention to take up a position available should they are unable to attend the AGM and as well as, taken from the floor on the day. These positions are â€“ Newsletter Editor; Hall Custodian; Librarian; Motorcycle Rep; Museum Rep; Rural Rep; Beaded Wheels Scribe; Club Vehicle Maintenance and Team; Spares Manager and Spares Team; Club Delegate for National Committee Meetings; VIC Inspector; Webmaster.
Northland Vintage Car Club Inc â€“ Nomination Form for 2017 Committee Position:
Officers: Chairman Vice Chairman Secretary Treasurer Club Captain Newsletter Editor
Keith Taylor Adam Young Lyn Wrack Christine Garden Pending Shannon Young
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Robert Young Lorraine Young Martin Salter Allan Pearson Trevor Reilly Brian Wrack Mike McGee
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Lawrence Hillier Adam Young Allan Pearson Lyn Wrack Pending Pending Pending Martin Salter
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Ernie Dawes Lawrence Hillier Jim Shaw Brian Wrack Rob Hughes Brian Wrack Martin Salter
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Responsibilities: Beaded Wheels Club Merchandising Club Vehicles Assistant Club Vehicles Assistant Club Vehicles Hall Custodian Librarian Assistant Librarian Assistant Librarian Motorcycle Rep Museum Delegate Rural Rep Spare Parts Assistant Spare Parts Assistant Spare Parts Assistant Spare Parts VIC Inspector Webmaster
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