CENTRAL HAWKEâ€™S BAY BRANCH of the VINTAGE CAR CLUB of NZ (Inc) Lamb Country Branch Email: email@example.com
Contributions to the BLEAT should be emailed to the Editor no later than (25th of each month) firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Citroen Automobile Manufacturer Citroen is a French automobile manufacturer founded in 1919 by the French industrialist Andre Gustave Citroen, and part of the PSA Peugeot Citroen group since 1976.
Postal Address C/-73 Porangahau Road Waipukurau, 4200 NOMINATED POSITIONS CHAIRMAN Lynn Cross email@example.com 06 858 9814
In 1934, the firm established its reputation for innovative technology with the Traction Avant. This car was the world's first massproduced front wheel drive car, and The Eiffel Tower served also one of the first to feature as a billboard for Citaunitary type body, with no chassis roen from 1925 to 1934. supporting the mechanical compoAndre Citroen nents. In 1954 they produced the world's first hydro pneumatic self-levelling suspension system then in 1955, the revolutionary DS the first mass-produced car with modern disc brakes and, in 1967, they introduced in several of their models swivelling headlights that allowed for greater visibility on winding roads; these cars have received various national and international awards, including three European Car of the Year.
SECRETARY Ken Lyons Ken.firstname.lastname@example.org 06 858 8093
With a successful history in motorsport, Citroen is the only automobile manufacturer to have won three different official championships from the International Automobile Federation: the World Rally Raid Championship five times, the World Rally Championship eight times and the World Touring Car Championship.
Gary Weaver email@example.com 06 858 9908
Citroen has been selling vehicles in China since 1984, largely via the Dongfeng Peugeot-Citroen joint venture, which today represents a major market for the brand. In 2014, when PSA Peugeot Citroen ran into severe financial difficulties, the Dongfeng Motor Corporation took an ownership stake. Citroen Traction Avant
TREASURER Kaye Carswell firstname.lastname@example.org 021 124 3620 CLUB CAPTAIN Rod McKenzie email@example.com 06 858 9562 COMMITTEE Bruce Poole firstname.lastname@example.org 06 858 9940
Iain and Eva Gollan email@example.com 06 858 9105 Ruth Parker firstname.lastname@example.org 06 858 5411 John Foot V.I.C. (I.D. Card) Coordinator email@example.com 06 858 8301 PUBLICITY/WELFARE OFFICER Sandra Cross firstname.lastname@example.org 06 858 9814
The Citroen Automobile Manufacturer Andre Citroen built armaments for France during World War I; after the war however, he realised that, unless he planned ahead he would have a modern factory without a product. There was nothing automatic about his decision to become an automobile manufacturer once the war was over the automotive business was one that Citroen knew well, thanks to a successful six-year stint working with Mors between 1908 and the outbreak of war. The decision to switch to automobile manufacturing was evidently taken as early as 1916, which is the year when Citroen asked the engineer Louis Dufresne, previously with Panhard, to design a technically-sophisticated 18HP automobile 1919 Citroën A 8CV Torpedo for which he could use his factory once peace returned. Long before that happened, however, he had modified his vision and decided, like Henry Ford, that the best post-war opportunities in auto-making would involve a lighter car of good quality, but made in sufficient quantities to be priced enticingly. In February 1917 Citroen contacted another engineer, Jules Salomon, who already 1923 Type C 5CV had a considerable reputation within the French automotive sector as the creator, in 1909, of a little car called Le Zèbre. André Citroen's mandate was characteristically demanding and characteristically simple: to produce an all-new design for a 10 HP car that would be better equipped, more robust and less costly to produce than any rival product at the time. The result was the Type A, announced to the press in March 1919, just four months after the guns fell silent. The first production Type A emerged from the factory at the end of May 1919 and in June it was exhibited at a show room at Number 42, on the Champs-Elysees in Paris which normally sold Alda cars. Citroen persuaded the owner of the Alda business, Fernand Charron, to lend him the show-room, which is still in use today. This C42 showroom is where the company organises exhibitions and shows its vehicles and concept cars. A few years later, Charron would be persuaded to become a major investor in the Citroen business. On 7 July 1919, the first customer took delivery of a new Citroen 10HP Type A. That same year, Andra Citroen briefly negotiated with General Motors a proposed sale of the Citroen company. The deal nearly closed, but General Motors ultimately decided that its management and capital would be too overstretched by the takeover. thus Citroen remained independent till 1935. Between 1921 and 1937, Citroen produced half-track vehicles for off-road and military uses, using the Kegresse track system. In the 1920s, the U.S. Army purCitroen H Van 1955 Citroën 2CV chased several Citroen-Kegresse vehicles for evaluation followed by a licence to produce them. This resulted in the Army Ordnance Department building a prototype in 1939. In December 1942, it went into production with the M2 Half Track Car and M3 Half-track versions. The U.S. eventually produced more than 41,000 vehicles in over 70 versions between 1940 and 1944. After their 1940 occupation of France, the Nazi's captured many of the Citroen half-track vehicles and armoured them for their own use. Mr Citroen was a keen marketer: he used the Eiffel Tower as the world's largest advertising sign, as recorded in Guinness World Records. He also sponsored expeditions in Asia (Croisiere Jaune), North America (Croisiere Blanche) and Africa (Croisiere Noire), demonstrating the potential for motor vehicles equipped with the Kegresse track system to cross in hospitable regions. These expeditions conveyed scientists and 2 journalists.
Tuesday 15th October 2019 Club Dinner and Meeting To be held at the Waipukurau Bowling Club Arrive for refreshments from 6.00pm — Meal at 6.30pm followed by the meeting at 7.30pm. Main & Dessert: $25.00 per person—Please pay cash on arrival—NO EFTPOS available Main:
Apple Glazed Pork-Gravy or Corned Silverside with Mustard Sauce Honey Glazed Carrots-Minted Peas-Cauli-Au-Gratin-Roast and Boiled Potatoes
Apple Crumble and Custard or Fruit Slice and Cream If you have any dietary needs, please advise when you book your meal.
Please contact Eva Gollan 06 858 9105 or email@example.com by Sunday October 13th 2019 Eva is required to forward food orders and numbers attending, to the restaurant by the above date. NO LATE BOOKINGS-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.
16th 17th 18th October — Extended Mid-Week Run for CHB VCC Scarlett and Rod are putting together a three-day trip into the bowels of the King Country and Taranaki area for mid-October. We will be away for two nights and three days of motoring with a few interesting visits and things to see and do. This run will obviously entail some fairly full days of motoring [eg up to 350km per day!], so it will be more suitable for P45, P60’s and P80’s vehicles, but that is not to say that you shouldn’t drive your Vintage or PV vehicle on the run if you know it is up to it. But, if you must, bring your TPV*. You will need to have a good road map [AA road maps available at Waipukurau Library] or electronic GPS at hand when you start the run. It will be cheaper if you pack a picnic lunch for our first lunch stop before you leave home. The run will be in the form of a “Tour” and will be non-competitive. Visits will include shopping and sight-seeing in Te Kuiti [eg. Colin Meads statue], lunch at the Whangamomona pub, and a visit to the Tawhiti Museum near Hawera.
The Motels we intend staying at are as follows: The night of Wednesday 16th October, is in Te Kuiti: Panorama Motor Inn ph 07 878 8051 The night of Thursday 17th October, is in Hawera: Kerry Lane Motel ph 0800 537 795 You are advised to have your bookings done well in advance, but you are free to stay at any other motel or camping ground as you see fit. It is suggested that you phone your booking into the motel so you can tell them you are on this trip, and they can place us all closer together at their complex. You will, of course, need to budget for all of your smokos, tea/coffee stops, lunches, evening meals, and other motoring costs, etc. Initial Instructions: Leave from your home in your own time on the morning of Wednesday 16 th October, [we suggest 8.00am if departing from Waipukurau] and pass through Napier and Eskdale to ultimately assemble for morning tea/coffee in Tarawera [about 10.00am] at their café. If you haven’t taken your lunch with you, you will need to pick up something from Wairakei or Whakamaru, where we will regroup for lunch. fuel is available there too. Once at Tarawera, we will hand out the instructions for the rest of the journey/ Adventure. But as you can see above, we will be over-nighting at Te Kuiti and Hawera. 3
16th 17th 18th October — Extended Mid-Week Run for CHB VCC It would be helpful to confirm with Rod and Scarlett [ firstname.lastname@example.org ] if you intend to join us on this trip so they then know how many instruction sheets to print out and also to advise people, at any of the stops we intend making, how many of our folk are likely to turn up. Additionally: should you desire to enter the King Country Branch VCC “Journey Through Time Rally” around Taumarunui district on 19th October, contact John and Shirley Foot who are holding “Entry Forms” for the event. Phone them on 06 858 8301 for details, or email them at email@example.com
By the way, “TPV” is a “Tin and Plastic Vehicle”……a modern! Sunday 20th October 2019 —Club run to Lemon's Museum—organisers Rod & Carol Naylor PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS A $10.00 DOOR CHARGE PER PERSON AT THE LEMON MUSEUM. Members are asked to meet at Silky Oak Cafe, Links Road, Waiohiki at 10.00am Sunday 20th October. From there, we will do a run through Puketitiri Road, Seafield Road and left into Hedgeley Road to the new Lemon Museum. Adrian and his daughter have done an out-standing job in relocating this collection. It has been set up in such a way that it is going to give pleasure for generations to come. On leaving the Museum, and to continue the program for the day we will head out to Eskdale highway, then proceed to Napier waterfront, through Clive, onto Tuki Tuki Road, then Kahuranaki Road (which is also the Elsthorpe Road) for 5.2ks. You will come to a small bridge and as you come off the bridge, turn directly left up Raratu Road and travelling carefully, veer right over the cattle stop and continue another 900 metres to the very top to No.39 where you will end up in the back yard of our home. Please bring the savoury (sandwiches etc.) part of your lunch and we will provide the dessert. Also bring chairs, hats, dessert plates cutlery and a thermos for tea or coffee or a cold drink. Also bring an appetite. We will circulate more detailed instructions on the day as to the exact location of our house. Looking forward to hosting you on the day,
A big thank you to all VCC members that turned out for the Ongaonga Spring Fling and Fare About twenty cars in total and all looking immaculate as did those people that were in period costume. What a great day weather wise and the atmosphere was electric. The public attendance was about 6500 and cars were parked to a kilometre away from the Village as well as any spare paddocks in the vicinity. The Historic Society raised nearly $8000 towards the restoration of the Old Coles Factory but we have a long way to go yet. For those of you who could not make it I think we are doing it again next year so watch this space. Once again many thanks for your support, it is really appreciated — Robin Mackie. 4
Friday 25th October to Monday 28th â€” Cooks Sestercentennial Rally Cook Sestercentennial Rally to be held in Gisborne at Labour Weekend (October 25-28) commemorating 250 years since Captain James Cook sighted New Zealand in October 1769. This run will be the basis of the Hawke's Bay Branch Annual Safari who will be responsible for the entry forms. Please Note: there are two starting points for the rally on the Friday October 25th, one from Napier organised by the Hawke's Bay branch and one from Opotiki, organised by the Eastern Bay of Plenty branch in Gisborne. The Gisborne branch will organise the Saturday and Sunday runs. Organisers: Malcolm and Lesley Blair 021 576 360 or 0272207096 Email: malcolm.lesley @xtra.co.nz
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or download a set from the Club website. John Footâ€”Branch Vehicle Identity Card Coordinator
Congratulations to John and Margaret Cleland. Bruce Poole recently presented them with their 25 year badges 5
Congratulation to Mya our youngest member for recently gaining her full Drivers Licence and for organising our annual Spring run with the help of Granddad.
Saturday 16th November - Central Hawke’s Bay Branch of VCC, Veteran Rally 2019 Where: Based at Gavin and Vivienne Harris’s home 16 Petersen Place, Waipukurau (Off Porangahau Rd, Follow the signs) Friday Evening: Meet and Greet. Bring your fish and chips and come to Gavin and Vivienne’s place and catch up with other Veteran car lovers. Note: We buy ours from Ted’s on Racecourse Road, Blondie's Fish and Chip shop is on Porangahau road just down the road. Saturday: Meet and mingle at 9.30am. Tea and Coffee available. Be prepared to go on a journey around Central Hawke’s Bay with a lunch stop at a country pub ending back in Waipukurau, approx.75 miles, (but there are short cuts available just ask) Meals $10.00— $30 00 your cost. Saturday evening: You are all welcome to a BBQ at Gavin and Vivienne’s home. Bring your own drinks and meat, we will supply the salads. It may pay to bring a chair! Entry Fee:
$5.00per Vehicle. Sat Dinner $5 00 per person.
Bank account: 02 0780 0035502 000. Please put your surname in the reference section and Vet Rally as the Code. Eligible Vehicles: While this rally has been organised for Veteran Vehicles (pre 1919) we welcome 2 wheel braked Vintage Vehicles to take part. Other Vintage vehicles are welcome to follow on but we would appreciate all non veteran vehicles to please park separate from Veterans to allow for photos. Thank you. Billets:
Some Billets may be available
Closing Date: 3rd November. Please email your entry to Gavin Harris email@example.com Entrants Name:……………………………………………………………………………………………............................ Passengers Names:……………………………………...………………………………………………............................ ………………………………………………………............................................................................................ Number coming to Saturday BBQ:………………………...................................................................... Entrants Address:........................................................................................................................ Home phone number:................................................Mobil:...................................................... Email address:............................................................................................................................. Vehicle make and Year………………………………...............Reg No………………………………………............ 6
Events Calendar Date
Other District's Events Date
Branch Dinner and Meeting to be held at Tues 15th the Waipukarau Bowling Club Sat 5th
Manawatu Swap Meeting, Fielding
Extended mid week run to Te Kuiti, WhanCanterbury Swap Meeting -Cutler 16,17,18th gamomona 11,12,13 Park Sun 20th
Rod & Carol Naylor's run to Lemmon's Museum, not to be missed!
National Veteran Rally in Timaru
25—28th HB Branch Safari to Gisborne 28th Oct to 2nd Nov Targa NZ—Time Trial
Targa cars in Dannevirke at A&P show grounds from 1.00pm to 3.00pm
CHB Veteran Rally will be held in CHBorganisers — Gavin and Vivienne Harris
Homestead Run to Two homesteads inc Oruawharo
HB Branch Homestead run comSun 17th bined with CHB
Mon 18th Committee Meeting Wed 20th Branch Dinner and Meeting Venue-TBA
No Monthly meeting in December
Christmas Party at Gary and Janet Weavers Home
Reliability Trial and competitionorganisers Seton and Judy Thomsen
Some of our members will be attending the Annual Taihape New Year Rally
Beach run to Herbertville-organiser Iain and Eva Gollan
Fri 22-24 Tin-Lizzie Run Tuakau
Tue 31st Taihape New Year Rally
Wed 21st Branch Dinner and Meeting -Venue TBA
Wheels with Attitude-Dannevirke show grounds
Shed raid around Waipukurau-organiserWayne McDonagh 8th 9th
Run to Haumoana –perhaps—organises Cross’s
11th-16th Model T Club Rally in Gisborne
Branch Dinner and Meeting Venue TBA
19th 21st Art Deco Napier
Branch Dinner and Meeting Venue TBA
Lex Severinsen’s Museum—organisers Brian and Pat Malcolm
John and Shirley Foot-Run to7Pongaroa
Leadfoot Festival at Hahei
Chairman's Report — October 2019 We are coming back to earth now with the Daffodil Day for Cancer Rally is out of our hair, although there remains one cheque still to come in from the Waipawa Lions Club, as at our debrief meeting on 12th September 2019. The branch committee meeting of 10th September moved to present a cheque of $4,500 to the Local Cancer Society. This will be done when a suitable time can be arranged involving, VCC, Cancer Society and a CHB Mail photographer. Our usual September run (formerly our daffodil run) was postponed from 8th to 15th September due to inclement weather forecasts and this was the right decision as the 15 th turned out to be the fourth fine day in a row, giving the ground time to dry out and a pleasant time was had. The joint meeting with the Manawatu branch was held at Dannevirke on 18th September. It was well attended with 38 members of our branch and 22 from Manawatu. There were two guest speakers, Tony Haycock speaking on the upcoming International Rally in New Plymouth and Tony Blackburn talking about different oils for vehicles. Members of our Branch provided a good turnout for the Onga Onga Historical Day on 22nd September and it turned out to be a great day for all with numbers of the public surprising the organisers. Next month promises to be a busy one with Rod and Scarlett having organised a three day run into the wilds of the King Country and Taranaki. The following Sunday is our monthly run, this time to the new Lemon’s Museum in Eskdale Valley followed by a picnic at Rod and Carol Naylor’s property and a viewing of their collection. Guaranteed to be a good day out. Club Captain Rod seems to have plenty of runs in mind for many months into the future. It will doubtlessly please a number of our members (Ford owners) to find that Sandra and I intend to visit the Henry Ford Museum at Dearborn next year but it might be overtrumped by the following visit to Auburn, Indiana. I hate to admit it but history has shown the supremacy of the V8 over the straight 8 and recent years has shown the same trend of V6 superseding the flat 6, but let us not forget the flat 6 either, which is very compact. Whatever the shape of what propels you along the road, keep at it while you can. There are fun grinches lurking everywhere.
Lynn Cross CHB Branch Chairman
Rod’s Rattling's — October 2019 Around 20 of our branch vehicles turned up at “Taniwha” on a run organised by Bruce Poole and Mya Wairau on Sunday 8th September to view the daffodils. Most of our members had to find somewhere sheltered from the cold and lazy wind to eat their lunches, prior to a walk around the park. There must have been the best part of another two or three hundred modern cars there too, belonging to the general public. Apart from the cool breeze, the weather was good. And I saw several of our folk with bunches of daffodils clutched under their arms. On 22ndSeptember, quite a number of our club cars attended the “Ongaonga Historic Village Spring Fair and Market” with crews looking for a good day out. The weather couldn’t have been nicer as we wandered among the crowd of many hundreds of people. Several of our members also took part in the show by dressing for the day in period costume which adds to the fun in an event such as this. Thanks to Robin Mackie for promoting this event to the branch. The October monthly meeting will be held once again on Tuesday 15th at the Waipukurau Bowling Club rooms off Mt Herbert Rd. Make sure you get your names in to Eva Gollan in good time. We have had a good response from members to go on the “Extended Mid-week Run” that Scarlett and I have put together, with 15 vehicles and their crews going to make the trip starting on 16 th October. Only two will be “TPV’s”, and the drivers of those have good reasons for not being in a VCC acceptable vehicle. On October the 20th, Rod and Carol Naylor will be taking us to see a recently established museum close to Napier. This uses material from the Les Lemmon Puketitiri Museum which closed with the demise of its proprietor some years ago. This will be a run not to be missed! You will need to read the notice within the “Bleat” for times and where to meet. I have heard some wonderful reports from people who have been along to see it, and they are most impressed with the stock and the layout. See the notice in this issue of the “Bleat”. On Saturday 16th November, Gavin and Vivienne Harris are taking Veteran cars and drivers on a tour south of Waipukurau. This event promises to be another fun day out, and to add to the occasion, folk with vintage “Two-Wheeled” braked vehicles will be invited along too. Some marshals may be required, so if you do want to join in as a marshal, give them a call. The next day 17th November, our Branch is combining with the Hawke’s Bay VCC Branch on a locally based “Homestead Run”. We will be going to two Homesteads, one near Springhill at Ongaonga for a picnic lunch, and then on to Oruawharo at Takapau, where you can purchase afternoon tea and have a wander around the premises and buildings. Peter and Diane Harris will be our hosts, and Peter will be sure to give us a talk on the “Oruawharo Homestead” and their passion for what they are achieving with the homestead. Our Christmas Party in December will be at the home of Gary and Janet Weaver in Waipukurau, and more about his will surface in subsequent issues of this magazine. Also in December, Seton and Judy Thomsen will be arranging a “Reliability Run” which will likely be the last CHB VCC outing prior to Christmas.
Rod McKenzie. CHB Branch Club Captain
Thank you to our speakers — written by Rod McKenzie At our monthly meeting which was held at the Services and Citizen Club in Dannevirke, we had two speakers along to address the meeting. The first was Tony Haycock from the VCC Management Committee, who gave us a very good run-down on what is being planned for the International Rally being held in Taranaki in January, 2021. New Plymouth will be the centre where the rally will be based for the week we are there and runs for all of the VCC Categories of vehicle will be catered for. When he asked for a show of hands for those likely to attend the event, he was surprised to see as many hands up as he did. They are hoping for 10% of the total VCC membership to attend, however, if the rest of the country supports the event to the tune of the numbers of hands we saw raised, then it will be a huge rally. Watch for more information and entry forms coming through in future “Beaded Wheels” magazines. The second speaker was Tony Blackburn, a specialist in the field of lubrication, who informed us about grades of oil, what some of the lettering meant, and what type of oil would perhaps be the best to use in our various older motor vehicles. He also had a huge number of “Giveaways” including umbrellas and hats which we drew names for once the monthly raffle was drawn. Incidentally, it was Tony who won the branch raffle this month taking away an interesting basket of goodies, pickles, jam, baking and other items donated by members of the branch. He thought a gift like this would be most acceptable by his partner upon his return home late in the evening.
RADIO NEW ZEALAND INTERVIEWS. Last year Lynne Freeman from RNZ interviewed Life Member of the VCC Roger White from Wellington, and Diane Humphries from the Waitemata Branch for her “Summer Days” radio programme. The following are links to the interviews and photographs. https://www.rnz.co.nz/programmes/summer-days/audio/2018677152/ vintage-car-clubs https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/summer-days/20181227 To access the Club facebook page go to: https://www.facebook.com/vintagecarclubofnewzealand/
LEADFOOT FESTIVAL—Feb-8th-9th-2020 UNIQUE DISPLAY OF MACHINERY — from classic formula and road race cars to off-road machines and motorcycles,
Leadfoot attracts competitors and race vehicles in an enthusiastic display of speed, style, sound, smell and colour. More than 130 champion and competitive racers are handpicked by Rod Millen to receive the coveted invitation to participate in the Leadfoot Festival.
Sunday 17th Septemberâ€”Our trip to the Taniwha daffodils. â€” Written by Colleen Duncan We met at the Tavistock Corner at 11.00am. There were about 20 cars. The sun was shining, although a cool breeze was with us. We drove out through Hatuma and safely made our way past the half marathon activities. We were going to offer a couple a ride in the Rolls. They looked pretty tired but decided against it. We travelled on to Arlington Rd and past the Silver Ferns Farm. Then turned right onto State Highway 2 and onto our destination Taniwha Daffodil Farm. Many families were their taking advantage of the lovely spring day . We managed to get a park and enjoyed a lovely stroll through the flowers. Then we found a sheltered spot to enjoy our picnic lunch. A very pleasant day out. A big thank you to Bruce Poole and his granddaughter Mya for arranging this lovely Sunday drive.
NATIONAL VETERAN RALLY TIMARU 18-19-20 October 2019 FOR ALL VEHICLES OVER 100 YEARS OLD Entry forms will be available from 1st June 2019 Please register your interest to: Rally Director: Alistair Day – phone 03 688 6108 Rally Secretary: Pauline Young – phone 03 686 1833 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The first National Veteran Rally was hosted by the South Canterbury Branch in 1975. “This year South Canterbury will again be your host”. Cars, Motorcycles and Trucks, all over 100 years old, will meet in Timaru as a celebration of over a century of motoring. The rally will be held on scenic gentle country roads with low traffic in the South Canterbury region, especially suitable for vehicles with single and two cylinder engines.
Make a holiday of it and enjoy a range of things to do. Make your accommodation and travel bookings “NOW” Members of the VCC of NZ, have the privilege of special Ferry prices Just quote your membership number. This is the weekend after the Canterbury Branch’s McLean's Island Swapmeet. The week of the Prince Henry Tour, and the weekend before the South Canterbury Branch Mt Cook Rally. (free entry to Veteran Rally entrants) 12
One of 60 imported new from Canada R/H drive Six months rego and new WOF.
1972 Hillman Hunter. 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.
$28.500 Please phone Jim Spicer 0272468715 email email@example.com
$7500.00 Contact Ray Freemantle 06 858 865.
Also wanted a front bumper for a 1946 Vauxhall J 14
Competing in the CHB Veteran Rally, February 2016
The Vintage Car Club of NZ is looking at 1914 Overland Model 79T Touring
REBRANDING What do members think?
Fully Restored A great motoring vehicle, Spare parts and information Won best restoration award in 2008 at the Willys Overland Club Victoria, Australia.
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Angela Annear Travel Broker 10 Brooker Place, Waipukurau 4200, Central Hawkes Bay Email: email@example.com Webpage: www.Angelas-Travel.co.nz Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/SearleTravel/1571631546431063 06 858 9082 or 027 281 1306
Travel News for the Car Enthusiasts. The new Air NZ routing to Chicago is a great opportunity to visit the major car manufacturing areas of the United States of Chicago and Detroit. As well there are interesting cruises on the Great Lakes of Lake Huron others. THE IMPORTANCE OF SUITABLE TRAVEL INSURANCE. 14
Free Advertising available for members OR non members for PRIVATE SALE Vehicles, parts, machinery etc —please contact Lynn Cross, Rod McKenzie, Ken Lyons or “The Bleat” Editor firstname.lastname@example.org to place your advertisement.
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Central Hawke's Bay Branch of the Vintage Car Club of NZ
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CHB Information Centre at the Old Railway Station email@example.com: Phone 06 8586488
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