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Newsletter of the Veteran & Vintage Car Club (Waikato) Inc.
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Editor’s Snippet Hi Everyone Welcome to Autumn 2018. Wow it has been busy with Rallies and Club Runs. It would seem that we are the only Club in the North Island who are consistently doing anything. The Magazine is extra big this month. Well as we look forward the next big event on our calendar is the Double 50 at Queens Birthday weekend. Simple, fill your entry in and post it or Email it to Tracy. (see the Double 50 entry later in this edition). This is one of our National Events. So clean your car up or tune it up and help make this a great Waikato event. Last month I am pleased to report that 12 Members contacted me and are now receiving their newsletter via Email. I hope you enjoy it. Thank you to all these people. It is as simple as sending a request to me at
Please put the AGM on your Calendar. It will be13th June at 8.00pm . So come along and have your say . Till next time please take care on the roads as there seem to be a lot of crazy’s out there!! Apart from us. Keep to the left and enjoy your motoring Bozy
Chairman Report Secretary’s Report Club Captain Motor Cycle Ladies Rally Report AGM Home and away KM Ford Report
pg 4 pg 5 pg6 pg 7 pg 8/9 pg 10/13 pg 14/19 pg 27
Double 50 Entry Form May Club night Shed Raid Mooloo Report Easter Rally Report Sale & Wanted adverts
pg15-18 pg 14 pg 20 pg22/23 pg24/27 pg 28/29
Front Cover: Mooloo Meander Outside Motozone , Kihikihi
C h a ir m a n â€™s C h a tter Hi All,
Last month seems to be a bit of a blur! Easter Rally was a lot of work, but I think a great success blessed with amazing weather. From the feedback we received, participants certainly enjoyed their weekend and the organisers did the Waikato Veteran & Vintage Car Club proud with what they delivered. I was also privileged to drop in at a function at the Hamilton Gardens where Reece and Sue were addressing an audience with an update on the KM Ford. Reece took the time to explain the significance of the early motor vehicle on society and Sue demonstrated what to wear to a garden party pre-1910, or, far more fascinating, what a lady wore underneath what you would see at such an occasion. I was humbled by their professionalism and approach on behalf of our Club and I came to realise we represent a lot more than just our cars. My Chairpersons role is winding down and we need fresh ideas and people on committee for our AGM. I think itâ€™s time to re-exam what we do and the way we do it and the Club will need a more accommodating and inclusive person than myself to make change. I am too used to being a committee of one! Cheers.
S e c r e ta r y
Secretary’s Report Again, I have had very little significant in this month.
Entry forms available –
3rd June Wanganui’s Annual Rally Entries close 24th May
10th May South Hamilton Bunnings, Kahikatea Drive, Hamilton, are having a Mothers’ Day Family Night 5.30 – 7.30pm community event and have requested a few vehicles. Phone Ian Patton for more details, or just show up on the evening. We have recently been donated a significant collection of photographs of the 1980 International Rotorua Rally, held 24th February to 8th March 1980. They are an outstanding collection of a professional quality, and an exhaustive illustration of the rally (1902 photographs in all). Being recognised as a valuable resource for the VCC of NZ, Kathryn Parsons, our archivist, forwarded them to the National Office, Christchurch where Don Miller, National Archivist, scanned them and reproduced them in DVD form. We are fortunate to have received back 2 copies of the DVD, one for our archives, and the other will be available for our members to borrow. Once processed it will be available for borrowing. Do think carefully who you would like to run the branch from now onwards, as there are to be major changes in the Committee. Don’t be shy about putting your name forward and becoming involved. Being on the committee can be enormously rewarding, giving you an opportunity to see the inner workings of the Branch and contributing to its future direction. That’s all for this month, folks. Please take care on the roads.
Letter to the Editor I went to the Waikato Hospital the other day. Nobody told me there was a Vintage Car Club meeting on there. Thanks Barrie Grant
C lu b C a p t a in Well we had our first frost of winter the other morning; you know that funny white cold stuff on the windscreen and the fence. Winter is coming, so get out the gloves, scarves, and hats. Cold or not our club runs will continue, there is quite a lot coming up with a good variety of events. On the 20th May Theo De Leeuw is organising another Shed Raid, these are proving very popular and I am sure that this one will be no different. See the advert in the Venture and we will see you there. Then on the 27th May we have our Rally Training Day, this year it is being taken by Joe Bruntlett, a very experienced ralliest and a past Branch Club Captain, If you are new to rallying, a bit unsure of how to follow straight line navigation or rally instructions, or just need a refresher course then come along and all will be explained. See the advert in the Venture and turn up, Modern cars are most welcome. Then we move onto June, the 2nd & 3rd June is Queens Birthday Weekend. This is when our Double Fifty Rally is held. This is our premier event of the year and is always a lot of fun. Wayne and Tracy Hayward are this year’s plotters. They are young and enthusiastic so let’s all get behind them and support this event. For newer members the Double Fifty (50/50) means, 50 miles in the morning and 50 miles in the afternoon. The theme this year is “In the 60’s” to celebrate the 60 year celebration of our branch. So mark that date on your calendar, fill out the entry form, and polish your car. I would encourage all our members to attend this year’s AGM, firstly to vote for the people you want to manage your club over the next 12 months, and secondly to have some input into next year’s programme of events. We will be looking for some input into the type of events that you as members want. It could be Rallies, Visits to Places of Interest, Shed Raids, Weekend Tours, Speed Events, Car Shows or Picnics just to name a few. We also can’t forget our Wednesday Wanders, these are proving popular and obviously fulfil a need for some of our members. Remember it is your club and it needs your input to function as a group. So become involved and trust me you will enjoy it. GRAHAM PATE. 6
Motorcycle MOTOR CYCLE Our 25th Anniversary Mooloo Meander was a great success on all fronts with 65 bikes lined up on Saturday ready to ride off on the run that Bob had expertly plotted, see Bobâ€™s report in this Venture. We cannot run this event without a lot of help and I would like to thanks you all. Bob for plotting the run and I know he was ably assisted by Jillian who also put together the place mats for the Saturday dinner from past Mooloo photos, these were keenly looked at by all and a good number were taken home. Trish who typed the list of entrants etc and also towed the Club Trailer to the lunch stop and assisted with the lunches. The backup team is also a very important and this was done by Graham and Pat. As Saturday night was a special affair at the Avantidome we needed to have some table decoration, Ann, Jane and Margret did a great job and also help clear up after most people had left and again a number of the decoration were taken. I know there were others who helped so thanks and also to the riders, who without you, we do not have a rally. The ResultsVeteran & Vintage Post 60 1st Jon Turney 1st John Meharry 2nd Neville Olsen 2nd Ian Hubbard Post Vintage 3rd Don Green 1st Camern Francis Combo & 3 wheel 2nd Robert Simpson 1st Terry Pidduck Post War 2nd Chris Clark 1st Kelvin Mitchell 3rd Paul Tomlin 2nd Clive Hallam Invitation 3RD John Shennan 1st Ted & Christine Rippey 2nd Wayne Johnson 3rd Bruce Westâ€“ Hill Hard Luck Martin Spicer (rear sprocket bearing failed) Overall Winner and 1st Waikato was- Jon Turney Safe Riding Peter Spiller
Ladies Rally – Diamonds are Forever Rae Guard – First Time Navigator On Sunday, 4th March at 945am we all met at the Enchanted Café at Tirau. It was so lovely getting there and meeting all the ladies dressed in their finest for the day. Speaking of which the winners of the Best Dressed for the day were Glenys Braddock and Liz Yorston who where driving a 1969 Jaguar. We had a lovely morning tea of scones and muffins, rather delicious and definitely glad not to have missed it. Being my very first rally, I was very unsure of what to expect, but golly gosh they all made me feel so welcome. Especially Dianne Porteous and Lorraine Cossey who invited me to join them in the Porteous’ 1957 Chev, even though we didn’t get a placing we had every so much fun and I appreciate the experience and laughs they shared with me. Right onwards and more about the rally, there were 10 car entrants and 22 ladies who participated and off we set at 1030’ish from Tirau in all our glory and the gems we have the privilege of driving in. There were not any silent markers, but questions and a surprise question when we got to the end. There was so much more before the end though. We had a lunch stop at the Matamata RSA, where we refuelled ourselves and had the pleasure of being introduced to Jamberry Nails and Accessories, what a delight to discover to treat ourselves with. It was wonderful journey of discovery and fantastic adventuring down new roads to our secret rendezvous that the ‘route plotters’ had laid out for us. The rural setting was breathtaking and it was wonderful that we had such a bright sunny day to enjoy it all. Once we had to depart and tear ourselves away from this we went to discover Infused with Nature and hosted by the lovely Pauline. The products are beneficial to delicate or damaged skin and mature complexions. Natural ingredients such as calendula infused oil, carrot oil, cocoa butter and shea butter are used in order to moisturise and soothe the skin. After our visit we made our way back to the clubrooms in Cambridge where we enjoyed an afternoon tea organised by a few well chosen men… or perhaps they were drafted in to do so. Our thanks go to them as was lovely to have a refreshing cup of tea and some warm waffles, drizzled in maple syrup. Fines for the day: Howard Porteous & Lex Soepnel for going AWOL from Marshall Duty Best Dressed for the day: Glenys Braddock and Liz Yorston Winners for the day: Jillian Hayton & Pat Holmes #6 driving a 1985 BMW 8
Glenys touch's up on her filing skills. Turns out that it helped in the quest for â€œBest Dressed â€œ on the day.
So many instructions!!!! Some of Ladies preparing to start the Rally.
Waikato Branch of the Vintage Car Club of NZ Inc.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Annual General Meeting of the Veteran & Vintage Car Club (Waikato) Inc. for 2018 will be held at the Clubrooms, MacLean St, Cambridge at 8.00pm on Wednesday 13th June 2018. Any written nominations for officer and committee positions should be lodged with the Branch Secretary prior to the meeting. Acceptance of nominations from the floor will be subject to the nominee being present at the meeting. All positions are open for nominations, and new faces and ideas would be most welcome. Think about how you could contribute and put your name forward. Jan Dearlove, Branch Secretary 9
May June July
Club Run TBC
Shed Raid TBC
Double 50 Training day
Double 50 Rally
Club Night 9th May Russ Rimmington will be our speaker on the 9th May. Russ has recently written a book covering his life and detailing some interesting local stories. Russ is best know for his political endeavours, Hamilton City councillor, Hamilton Mayor and Current Regional Council representative. Russ was also an early member of the Fieldays board and has served as President of the NZ Fieldays Society. In his early years he invented a special spanner which he has sold many 1000`s of throughout the world. Russ recently purchased an early Citreon Car which he has had restored. He owned the car as a University Studentâ€”Russ is an accomplished speaker and a fascinating person. A night not to be missed.
Meeting starts at 8.00pm with parts shed open from 7.00pm. 14
Manawatu Post Vintage Rally
North Shore Triple Combined Rally
Wanganui Annual Rally
Wednesday Wander May 16th Meet at the Firepot CafĂŠ in Gordonton at about 10.30 am for coffee. Leave at 11.30 am for a short backroads to the Clubrooms. Bring your LUNCH. The Wednesday wander AGM will take place in due course! June, July and August hibernation time, Somewhere, somehow.
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Te Awamutu Car Show Te Awamutu Rotary are holding a classic, vintage swap meet. 7th April at Castleton Park all welcome food and drinks available. Rotary supporting Local Community. Any queries please contact Bill Izard 021 434853 21
25TH MOOLOO MEANDER – by Bob Hayton Twenty five years is a long time to keep an event running with ever increasing interest. So this year seemed a like a good time to celebrate a significant achievement on the part of the Branch and to honour the foresight of the people who first set the Mooloo Meander motorcycle rally on it’s very successful way. Stick with the time proven successful format but give a little twist to ensure people remember that there was something special about the event this year, so the following concept was adopted. Let’s have Friday’s friendly welcome evening at a local hostelry – nothing more suitable in town than the Prince Albert is there, with a shared meal and lots of friendships renewed. Plot a real sort of meandering Mooloo route, and have the prize-giving dinner somewhere special too. Well, as we all know, motorcycling started from it’s bicycling roots, so what could be more appropriate than going to dinner at the newly built Avantidrome to house the anticipated larger than normal attendance. Even the very name of the event was an inspiration which has stood the test of time, so meandering we would go for the next 25 years, in sunshine, rain, hail, fog, wind and every possible combination to a great variety of different locations around the region. But where to go this year, with a variation to suit the occasion? A suggestion from Alan Sharp brought the answer: ‘Anthony at Ngahinapouri rebuilds bigger engines than those guys will ever have seen’. He was right too – 1,000kW V16 motors running on rubbish tip methane gas to power electric generators impressed even the diehard engine experts amongst us during our lunch stop. But we get ahead of the action here. Most of our out-of-town visitors came along for a meet’ngreet at the Prince Albert, leaving time for us to greet the rest of the largest ever entry of 65 riders in the clubrooms car park the next morning. Along with all his other organising tasks, Peter had arranged some great weather for the morning get-together and H&S briefing – ‘Motorcycling is Good for Your Health, if You Ride Safely’ sort of puts it in a nutshell! Then the ‘off’ on the 100 mile run through a strangely verdant Waikato autumn countryside, stopping for a break at Kihikihi to inspect the new mail-order business and shop premises of Motozone. Resuming along Tokanui and Kakepuku lanes to pass through Pirongia and finally to Ngahinapouri, riders made their lunch stop with A&M Specialist Engineering Ltd at their pleasant rural property in Reid Road. Having been asked at Briefing not to ride in large groups, the sight of 25 bikes all arriving at the lunch destination in one long continuous line brought forth the explanation, ‘A line is not really a group, is it’. Ah well, as organiser you can but try! Despite the ‘Couldn’t go wrong’ clear instructions, we hear entrants found a variety of different ways of reaching this midjourney destination. Here they were able to enjoy a substantial lunch and very informative talk on rubbish tips together with their various technical accoutrements, by widely experienced company owner Anthony Steiner. There were engines, lots of samples, drawings and pictures to look at too. With a light shower beckoning from the west, riders seemed keen to head east and find their way by even more meandering back to the clubrooms at Cambridge. Despite some rather recalcitrant warm engine starting after lunch, only one machine got scooped up by Back-ups Graham and Pat Holmes, and that was hardly an oldie. By contrast, with 95 summers under it’s drive belt, Neville Olsen’s BSA was the most ancient machine there and would prove it’s vigour splendidly in completing the course of yet another Mooloo Meander.
At dinner, our Chairman Ian Patton welcomed visitors and then formally thanked the Guests of Honour as instigators of the â€˜Moolooâ€™, Kelvin & Christine Davis and Janice Diez, with son Sam deputising for his father Les who was unavoidably detained. Prize-giving saw us not only well fed, but entertained by guest speaker Martin van Tiel describing his background in pyrotechnics, explosives, rocketry and anything thing else that goes off with a bang! Prizes were quite well spread around, with Overall Winner and Best Performed Waikato rider being Jon Turney on the nicely restored 1927 Indian. Jon will, Iâ€™m sure, have just as much fun as I did when plotting the 26 th Mooloo Meander for the same time next year. Many thanks are due to all the people who helped in setting up and running the event as well as the celebratory dinner in one way or another, to put yet another feather in the VCC Waikato Branch cap .
2018 North Island National Easter Rally. The 2018 North Island Easter Rally was awarded to Waikato Branch three years ago at the National VCC AGM. I put my hand up to organise it and formed a committee to help. From the first meeting the Rally Committee was in tune with what I had in mind, although this didnâ€™t stop discussions on some of the finer points and we fell proud of what we finally delivered. The first challenge of organising a National Event in the Waikato is to consider the history of past international and national events that have been held here. All as good if not better than any others held elsewhere, and therefore there are expectations when new events are organised. Fortunately, we have some of the best roads, scenery and branch members who are willing to help whenever asked. The second challenge is to guess at how many entrants do we expect. A few years ago, 100 plus entrants would have been the norm, however recent history has told us that numbers have decreased dramatically and as a result we budgeted on 40 entrants. The third challenge is how do we make this interesting, that is, not just a repeat of what has been occurring over recent times. The fourth challenge is that this event has to live up to entrantsâ€™ expectations. Rally Day 1 We decided to provide a bit of fun to start off with, and introduced a twilight run on Friday evening. This needed to be short and sharp and what better than to re-use a route that Ivan and Alison Stevens used for a night rally several years ago. Very simple instructions were the order of the day. Leave the club rooms and keep left. About 40 minutes later you arrive back to the clubrooms and if you were lucky you would have seen Gordon Dearlove and myself in rabbit suits giving away Easter eggs en route. The night finished with a build a burger meal courtesy of the McInally family and helpers. Day one over, no hiccups and everyone happy and well fed. Rally Day 2 We had decided on three different rally routes, mainly so we didnâ€™t end up with a procession of vehicles following each other. Each rally started from a different direction from the club rooms and had to meet at Tatuanui hall for lunch, go into 24
Morrinsville town centre for the cow activity and finish at the clubrooms by 4.30. Brent Terrill with a little help from Gaynor and me plotted the long run for post war, post 60 and post 80 vehicles. This was the biggest group and the longest run. This route began with a run through the new housing estate in Alan Livingston Drive before heading through Cambridge towards Te Awamutu and diving across Roto-o Rangi, around the Norwegian, Kairangi road loop and back toward Cambridge before crossing Karapiro Dam. Graham and Marcia Pate plotted the medium route for fast vintage and post vintage vehicles. They left the clubrooms and headed toward French Pass and up to Whitehall, where with no collusion from the plotters, followed some of the long route up to and past Hobbiton. The two routes did leave each other and come together at various points with the medium route going into Matamata to pass the i-site centre, then both routes continued onto Tatuanui, again overlapping and crisscrossing along the way. Gaynor and I plotted the short route for veteran and slow vintage vehicles. As we aimed to keep this reasonably flat and not too long, the cars left the club rooms and ventured out to Zig Zag Rd, Fencourt Rd and Scotsman’s Valley to take us to Tatuanui. Lunch stop and everyone seemed happy, the sun was shining, and the Tatuanui School PTA provided a magnificent paper bag for those who had ordered it. After lunch everyone headed into Morrinsville for a fun activity. Jan and Gordon Dearlove had participated in an event here previously, matching the town’s cows with specific phrases. Jan and Gordon modified this to suit the time we had and this provided all entrants with good chance to stretch the legs and have a bit of fun, although some took it very seriously. From there each of the runs headed back to our clubrooms at Cambridge via separate routes. Day two nearly over but not quite. The Rally Committee had some long discussions as to what we would do on Saturday night, then Jenny and Ian Patton suggested the Oasis Hideaway. We asked, “What’s that? where is it?” as they were the only ones who knew about it. It’s open on Sundays, so Gaynor and I went and had a look, wow what a surprise. This will do, never seen anything like this before. Jenny and Ian were asked to look after this, to organise the entertainment. Ian knew Paul Trenwith and he was booked. Fast forward, the numbers attending certainly filled the venue, the food was simple and tasty, the music even better, and the venue was terrific. Towards the end of the evening with only a few hardy ones remaining, some hidden branch talent emerged as Anja Nordell showed prowess with Greek dancing and Bryan Cossey not to be outdone, played the spoons very competently, but declined to join the band when invited. 25
Rally Day three. This proved to be one of the most difficult days to plan and we had two or three different ideas before finally settling on the Cambridge historic homes and Hamilton Gardens tour. Many thanks to the expertise of Kathryn Parsons, and to Jenny and Ian and Bronya and Hugh for making this day happen. The prize giving evening. Well, Gail of Tamahere, provided a great venue and food, Paul Trenwith and friends provided great music and Bronya and Hugh did a superb job of organsing this evening. Graham Pate was MC for the night and our VCC North Island Club Captain, Kaaren Smylie and husband Jim presented the prizes. Oh yes, how could we forget the spot prize giveaways of one or two packets of hot cross buns and Easter eggs. Gaynor and I enjoyed leading this event, the Rally Committee did a marvellous job and many thanks to all of the marshals and others who helped. These events are not possible without all of those who assist in the background. We trust the entrants enjoyed the rally also. Grateful thanks must go to our major sponsors VERO and Radius Healthcare and also to Dent Magician and Aspect Environmental Lining for their contributions. Finally there are a couple of points I would like to make. Generally events such as these are suffering from a drop in numbers. If we want to retain these events we need to support and attend them, as the low entry makes it hard financially. On that note, and all VCC event organisers would have be in the same position, there is a financial cost that organisers incur that is not recoverable. In this instance I have kept a conservative tally of the unclaimed expenses that Bronya, Hugh, Jan Gordon, Marcia, Graham Gaynor, Brent and myself incurred. The total so far is $5800.00 and would equate to an additional $100.00 approximately to each entry for this rally if the true costs were considered. Considerable sponsorship also allowed us to keep entry costs down and to subsidise the prize-giving dinner for entrants. While none of us are complaining about this or want reimbursement, how often do rally plotters keep track of expenses that mount up over the time of rally organisation. These costs can be often be significant and usually they are absorbed without consideration. Greg Terrill Rally Organiser. 26
2018 North Island Easter Rally Results Class
1915 Ford Model T Towncar
Carey- Ann Ward
Ann O â€˜Rorke
Brendda Salt Louise Clark
Wellsford/ Warkworth Waikato
Paul Clark Colin Bell
1928 Chrysler Plymouth 4 1928 Austin 7 Chummy 1929 Graham Paige Sedan 1929 Dodge DA Deluxe 1928 Ford Model A Phaeton 1928 Ford Model A Phaeton 1939 Chevrolet Coupe 1935 Dodge Coupe
Central Hawkes Bay
1937 Buick Series 40 1954 Ford Customline 1954 Morris Minor Convertible
Stephen Winterbottom Tony Brierley
Tracey Winterbottom Judy Brierley
1951 Daimler Consort 1965 Vauxhall VX 490 1962 Vanguard 6 Phase 3 1970 Wolseley 18/85
1929 Ford Model A Pickup
Bay of Plenty
KM Ford Report Progress in the last month has included manufacture of the running boards and fitting of the same. They will be galvanised along with the windscreen and"top" frames at a later date. Number plates have been engraved and are fitted. Radiator rebuild and bonnet have been completed and fitted. Greg continues to make good progress with the head lamps and the mounting brackets for the lights are currently being manufactured. NZ Herald interview about the project carried out earlier in the month. Ongoing delays with the fibreglass seat manufacture continues to be on the critical path. Matters to be addressed in the coming month include the windscreen support frame, preparation for painting and completion of the headlight mounting brackets. 27 Reece
PARTS SHED Need a new WOF? Need new Wiper Blades, need new light Bulbs, Generators or Alternators—We have lots of new “Armatures” and parts to keep your car rolling. See the Parts guys– Howard, Reece, Don and Wilbur. FOR SALE
Austin A95 1956? Been parked in a shed for 20 years. Two owners. Needs sorting. No Reg. Spare engine(s) and gearbox(s) etc. Must go very soon as the property has been sold. Contact Lawrence Duxfield in Orini. (07) 8244092
For Sale Punch Motor Cycle, 1964– 250 cc 2 Stroke. Model SG. Pre lube oil mix. Original Black paint & pinstripe. In very good original condition run and rides great. New Battery , new Rego and WOF. Has been shed stored for a number of years. Has paper work. Asking $5500 Phone Gary 07 8494964 work or a/h 07 8298876 8
For Sale 1924 Model T Tourer, WOF Jan 2018, Rego is on hold. Black with black upholstery. Ruckstell diff. Good tyres. Has a VIC. Owned for 17 years. Very good condition and goes well. Selling on behalf. $26,000.00 Contact Graham, 078880009, or 0212801586.
For Sale GOOD YEAR RADIAL 185 X 75R X 14 tread is near new only done about 15 miles, this tyre I got out of the spare after getting a puncture and found it was the wrong width for my car. Reasonable offer, Please phone Derek on 021 147 3509 . 8
For Sale 1952 Ford Prefect. In good drivable condition. $5500, I would be interested in trading / exchanging this car for a larger car in similar condition, eg. Cortina, Austin A55 / A60, Humber 80 / 90 etc, etc. Alan Manning. Ph.8247270. or Email email@example.com 6 For Sale Fur coat, mink, full length, excellent condition. $180.00 phone . Fur boa. As new. $50.00 Contact Dave Collins Phone 07 8550323
For Sale White Wall Tyres, brand new, 235/75R15, "American Classic", radial with 3" white wall. Ph 0276203765 or 07 8787281
John and Karen Fitzwater Wanted
Hello. I had your club recommended to me from the CVCC as to possibly having contacts in your area for vintage mopeds. I live in Central Otago and are part of a group who are looking for 1950's and 1960's mopeds for sale either complete or as projects. I.would appreciate any assistance you maybe able to provide to us in regard to this thank you. Please contact Email* Bruce.firstname.lastname@example.org 6
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Notice We are getting non members ask about putting an advert in the For Sale or Wanted section of the Venture. After a discussion with the committee it has been decided that an advert from a non Waikato VCC member will incur a $15.00 charge. This will cover a three (3) month insertion. After the three (3) months it will be automatically withdrawn. The information in this newsletter and on the clubâ€™s web site, is supplied as a service to club members. Articles and other copy of interest are always welcome and encouraged. The opinions expressed in this newsletter and on the clubâ€™s website are those of the author alone. Neither the club nor any of its officers accepts responsibility for the accuracy of any statements or opinions.
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