Venture Waikato Branch
Newsletter of the Veteran & Vintage Car Club (Waikato) Inc.
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Editor’s Snippet Hi Everyone Well another month has escaped our grip. I am reminded that it is only 14 weeks till Xmas - what a scary thought. Daylight saving has started for another summer and the Elections have been with no obvious winner. There are plenty of events for members to get their teeth into from the Kairangi Hill Climb to the Swap meet or a Veteran Run . So get your “skates on”. Just make it happen ! Today saw 30 cars take part in our PV rally. A great run and it didn’t even rain. Well done to Dave, Jeremy and Team for a nice drive in the country to places most of us have never been. We had the pleasure of our Daughter (Sheree) and our Grandsons Jac and Zane on the Rally today. Hopefully I am planting a seed for the future of the club. A big thanks for the people who have decided to get their Venture by email this month as we know how slow the snail mail is getting even with their new Ecarts in Hamilton. You are creating a ground swell of members receiving electronically.
Keep to the left and enjoy your motoring Bozy
Chairman Report Secretary’s Report Motor Cycle Assisi Visit Upcoming Event
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October Club night Sale & Wanted adverts
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Front Cover: 150+ cars assembled at the Classic Car Museum after Daffodil Run
C h a ir m a n ’s C h a tter CHAIRMANS CHATTER By the time you read this the election will be done. It looks like it is going to be a close contest so half the population will be happy and the other half not so happy. Nothing new in that! I personally will be pleased when it is over. Thank you Stan for getting together the run to Paeroa, I was surprised by the number and variety of cars there for the day. Last Club Night was special and it was a privilege to present those 25 and 35-year badges. There were a lot of lady recipients who we see a lot of and who support our Club so much. We had a lot of members present which helped make the night special. I will be away for the October meeting, traveling Western Australia in a campervan. As I write, entries are coming in for our Hillclimb and we have our fingers crossed for a fine day. I have asked Roy Riley and Anita to host a run - Sunday 29th October, it is a “Shark and Tatty” surprise run. Don and Colleen Roy are planning a run from the Club on the 5 th November after watching the Veterans depart on their rally. Peter Taylor has assembled a posse to plan our December Weekend away- 1st, 2nd, 3rd so easy to remember and the Opotiki and the Motu Road are in the mix. See you there.
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S e c r e ta r y Assisi Home visit Firstly, thank you to those who helped make the visit to the Assisi Home such a success. This was really confirmed by the enthusiasm and joy of the men and women, some who came out with their walkers or in wheelchairs, to enjoy the cars and choose which vehicle they wanted to have a ride in. It may have taken a while to get them manoeuvred into position, but once seated the smiles were a mile wide. An open-air ride was also an exhilarating change for the staff. A very worthwhile visit.
VCC Membership Subscriptions If paying your subscription online, please remember to include your membership number and name. Julie at Christchurch, has had a number of problems with unidentified payments, I just hope that they didn’t come from our Branch!!
Entry forms available –
14th Oct Journey Through Time Closes 3rd Oct 21-22nd Oct Hunua 100 Closes13th Oct 28th Oct 2017 Sth Waikato Classic M/C & Car Dam run. Closes 23 rd Oct 3-6th Nov Northland’s Far North Tour. Closes 18 th Oct 26th Nov Sth Waikato TTT Rally Closes 18th Nov
Interislander and Bluebridge – Updated discount schedules are available, on the club notice board, or I can send you a copy.
Vero Insurance Please take note. Something that was raised at the recent VCC AGM was that Vero offer significant discounts on all insurances taken out with them, but the deal is subject to continued VCC membership. Should a member for any reason resign or relinquish their VCC membership, they must let Vero know. Failure to do so will invalidate their policy, regardless of the fact that they may have continued to pay their premiums. If taking out a new policy please quote our Branch’s agent number of 300153.
Vodafone Please don’t forget to let me know your new email address, if you find that you have to make a change.
Name badges, again!! Please remember to wear your name badges to who have failing memories!!
all Branch events. It is such a help for we
That’s all for this month, folks.
Motorcycle Club Captain
Our run last month to Ken McGeady’s home was attended by 14 people. As the weather in the morning was very wet most turned up in cars but as we were about to leave after lunch two bikes turned up as the rain had stopped, you can’t win!! We had a great visit and Ken showed us his very interesting collection of Triumph bikes, some of which were very unusual in that not many had been made. He had searched the world for info and parts and it was fascinating hear some his stories and how parts and photos started turning up, Ken love this type of bike a bit different from the ordinary run of the mill. We also saw his full collection of Fun Ho Toys of which we only saw a small selection when he came to speak to us at one of our club nights and he has many other collectable items, in the toys range. I have been sending out entre forms by email for our next run on Saturday the 14th of October, but have had a few problems with my computer, so if you did not receive one and would like to come along please email me email@example.com and I will send you one. That’s about all at the moment, Safe Riding. Peter Spiller
Photo: Ken showing one of his Triumph bikes.
Assisi Home visit Jan's run out to Assisi Country Retirement Village may have cast a new light on the future of the Vintage Car Club. Of the people at the Village more Ladies than Men came out to view the cars. Ladies were interested in the vintage vehicles while the men concentrated on the 1950/60’s vehicles. Men requested that the bonnets be raised to view what was there. Time to go for a run down the road and back . Men packed out the 50’s vehicles while Ladies the Vintages. The day was enjoyed by all thanks to Jan for her efforts and may she get over a friends reaction when she told her she was going to check out a Retirement Village. Barrie Grant
Gordon taking “more than one for a ride” at Assisi Home.
Residents from Assisi admiring the cars.
‘1st of the Summer Wine’ Tour Friday 1st – Sunday 3rd December 2017 Join us for a weekend wandering through the eastern Bay of Plenty – Friday 1st December – Sunday 3rd December 2017 Meet Friday, 1st Dec at PODIUM café in Karapiro (adjacent to Don Rowlands Centre) at 8.00am for breakfast, or 8.45am – 9.00 am for coffee. Please bring a picnic lunch for Friday as no food will be available at lunch stop. You may also wish to bring your togs as there will be a stop at Awakeri Hot Springs. Stay at Ohiwa Beach Holiday Park, Ohiwa Harbour Road, R D 2, Opotiki – Phone: 07-315-4741 -Friday and Saturday nights. Check out their website – www.ohiwaholidays.co.nz. Make your own arrangements as there are a variety of types of cabins and units, but these are limited SO BE IN QUICK. We have negotiated a 10% discount for VCC members, so be sure to mention this when booking. We suggest you telephone them, so that they can advise what is available. We will have a ‘Pot Luck’ dinner on Friday night, following ‘Happy Hour’. A small gas barbecue is available and cooking facilities. Make your own arrangements for breakfasts and lunches. Saturday night will be a buffet dinner at the Opotiki Golf Club - $30 a head – there will be a bar available as well. We have tried to avoid the main roads as much as possible, but there will be some crossings and the run through the Mamakus cannot be avoided . Saturday outing is dependent on weather and will be confirmed at a later date – maybe over a 48km stretch of metal road. Alternatives will be organised. There will be another shorter run on the Sunday, after which we will disperse to make our own way home, taking whicheverroute you choose. Please register your interest (including email address) with: Peter and Bev Taylor Phone: 07-855-5128 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
LETTER TO THE EDITOR DEAR SIR, I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of Judith and Georgia Van den Broek to thank the many fellow club members who attended the service to celebrate Snow’s life which was tragically cut short as a result of a car accident. It was a lovely celebration of Snow’s life and thanks to Graeme McKenzie Snow’s much loved Model “T” was at the service. Snow was a dedicated club member and will be sorely missed by many. Once again, on behalf of the family A BIG THANK-YOU for giving Snow such a great send off. Regards Graham Pate.
Shark and Tay Tee Run Sunday 29th October
Meat at; 478 Rotokauri Road, Hamilton. Don’t be late– start at 11.30 am. Bring your own lunch, Tea and Coffee supplied. Lets not forget some pocket money for afternoon tea and Dinner. Come one and all for a fun time. 07 8495051
Anita and Roy
Passing Lane It is with considerable sadness that we have farewelled two of our valued Waikato Branch members, Snow van den Broek and Kelvern Spence. On behalf of the Committee and the membership of the Waikato Branch of the Vintage Car Club, we extend our most sincere condolences to Snow and Kelvernâ€™s families. They will be very sadly missed, and we are very grateful for their past involvement in the Branchâ€™s activities.
October November December
Kairangi Hill Climb
Combined Xmas Event Cars & M/C
Santa Claus Visits if you are good
Club Night 11th October Next Year will be our Waikato Branch of the VVCC’s 60th birthday celebration. To give you a taster of what is happening we will be having a brief showing of the abridged version of “First 60 Years” the video. There will be some memorable moment of the club history and its members . Some in their former glory years.
Come along and join us in a sneak preview. 8.00pm with parts shed open from 7.00pm. 12
Events Ahead October
Sat Sat & Sun
King Country journey through time
21-22nd Auckland Hunua 100 Rally
South Waikato Dam Run
Far North Tour
BOP Swap meet
South Waikato TTT Rally
Wednesday Wander October 18th. Meet at the BUS CAFE in MATANGI 9am-10am A place of interest is next, and afterwards a $10 lunch at Cambridge Racecourse. Thanks to Terry & Bev Pidduck. November 15th. Clubrooms at 10.30am. Leave at 11am. A mystery destination after about an hours drive (it's a mystery to me to!) LUNCH! Thanks (I think) to Glynn & Robyn. December 20th. Visit the oldies and take them for a ride! Xmas lunch at the pub. Details later. Andy Hammond (07) 8235712 email@example.com
A VERY SUCCESSFUL DAY What am I talking about? The inaugural Classic Car Parade up Hamilton’s Victoria Street of course. So how did the Waikato Veteran and Vintage Car Club become a main contributor to this event? I suppose it’s called “networking”. Ian (Patton) recently attended the unveiling of Danny Ryan’s Hispano Suiza at the Classics Museum. While there, he happened to be talking to Hamilton’s illustrious Mayor, Andrew King. Now the Mayor being an ex-car dealer loves cars and happened to mention to Ian that, “Hamilton needs a car event”. Ian instantly came back with, “have I got a car event for you.” One thing led to another and the idea of a car parade was born. Let’s wind back to a couple of National AGM’s ago. Gaynor (Terrill) was given the responsibility to head a committee to come up with options that would promote the Vintage Car movement. One of the options was a national open day. March of this year our club received an email from “Head Office Christchurch” informing all that every VCC club in New Zealand on the 27th August 2017 would be invited to do something with their club that would not only promote their club but also benefit a good cause, which became The Cancer Society. Our first meeting was with Tracy Wood at the Hamilton City Council. Tracy is the council’s events co-ordinator in charge of, you guessed it, events!! It was pointed out very early by Tracy that Tom Andrews (owner of the Classics Museum) had also mentioned to the Mayor about a car parade for Hamilton a little bit earlier than Ian and to do the right thing he basically had first digs at the way it would be directed. We came out of the meeting with a basic route plan such as where the cars would gather, the time of the day etc. By the time the meeting concluded it was decided that all parties involved would have a meeting at the Classics Museum in the very near future. Ian and I along with Tracy from the council, Tom and his assistant (Toni) all gathered around the table at the Museum. The first item on the agenda was choosing a name for the event. We obviously wanted the name to represent (somehow) the Daffodil Rally that the VCC had created for the National Day. After a lengthy discussion we all agreed on the Classics Car Parade. We came away from the meeting with the route going up Victoria St, turning into Mill St along to the Fraser St overbridge and right along Lincoln Rd to the round-about by the museum. I must point out that Tom was extremely generous in his offer to do radio and newspaper advertising along with emailing over 800 individuals that they had on their data base. The council said they would do all the traffic management, which in itself is a major. Tracy also said she would get the council art department to create a poster. The meeting was concluded with all parties happy. Meanwhile, I contacted our web page man (Murray) and the club web page was altered to accept entries. It has been mentioned, “what did the club got out of the whole event??” We got exposure. Every person that registered had to do it via our web page, which in itself was exposure. Sure we could have handed out brochures and had the club gazeebo set up at the Museum. Maybe next year, it was the inaugural event so to a certain extent it was softly, softly. Talking of our web page, we have been into the back of our web page and the majority of individuals that registered also scrolled other pages of our website (other than the entry page), which is a good thing 14
In time an email arrived from the council with an attachment which was the Classic Car Parade Poster, excellent!! Another meeting at the Museum was arranged. Presented at the meeting was a map with the route of the parade in highlight pen. What!! Aren’t we going down Mill St to the Fraser St Bridge? A new route had been produced that showed us going up Victoria St turning into Maeroa Rd, along Maeroa Rd to Norton Rd, turning right into Norton and under the railway overbridge to the roundabout and then to the Museum. Hang on; this is not what we had discussed. After a lengthy discussion, Tracy said she would go back to traffic management and ask them why they changed it. Keep in mind the council have control of the traffic lights within Hamilton city but NOT on state highway one. Fraser St over bridge lights are on state highway one and cannot be controlled. I left the meeting and drove to the Fraser St lights and sat in the right lane turning into Lincoln St. Only four cars went through at any given light change. I presumed that was the main reason for the route change?? Meanwhile the entries were coming in via our web page. A little slow to begin with but towards the end we were getting 10 to 15 entries a day. The one thing we had no control over was the weather. I don’t think a day went by that Ian and I didn’t check the weather forecast. It looked bad, then it looked ok, then it looked good. The day before (Saturday) the forecast was, fine with occasional showers. We thought we could live with that. We had to, as we had no plan B. Sunday morning arrived with 155 entries having been registered through our web page. We were happy, a good controllable number for the first year. We arrive at Knox St at 8.20 thinking that we would be the first there. How wrong we were. Four cars were already lined up. The one thing that caught us unaware is when we were confronted with two rows of cones running the length of Knox St. The council had decided to only cut off half of Knox St so that the public could still use it. A slight panic set in, having only half the street meant we would run out of room for all the cars that had entered. Our concerns were abated when we were told by Chris (Traffic Security) that we had been given permission to use a 250 car carpark in Knox St if we required it (we eventually half-filled it). Dave (Nordell) arrived with cones and High Vis Vests etc etc. The entrants slowly arrived in dribs and drabs. A few of the ladies of the club were given the task of getting the $10 per car (a donation to the local branch of the Cancer Society) and tasked with giving the driver a “thank you” letter along with route instructions. A Daffodil Rally sticker (produced by the national body of the VCC) was stuck to the windscreen of each entrant to confirm they had entered and made a donation. By 11am we had well over a 155 cars all lined up. The weather was cloudy but fine. The first car away contained Tom Andrews and the Mayor. Slowly all cars proceeded up Victoria St, accompanied by waves from the public that line the street. I’ll take this opportunity to say a Big thanks to the Rotary Club members that carried Cancer Society buckers along the length of Victoria St, which allowed spectators to give donations also. The parade eventually turned left into Maeroa Rd. The intersection at Norton Rd was controlled by a council worker, so no problems there. I must admit we were a little concerned about the roundabout by the Museum. As it is state highway one and as mention earlier, cannot be controlled. But it was, (to a certain extent). One of the Police patrol cars slowly went round and round at the roundabout which allowed our cars to get through as it stopped (or slowed) state highway one cars from entering the roundabout from the North. 15
All cars arriving at the Classics Museum were lined up in tight rows. The weather was holding off, which was a blessing. The next couple of hours were made up of friends meeting friends, gathering for lunch at the café or using the free ticket to the Museum that Tom had generously donated to each driver. Meanwhile, in the background, the public were arriving in force. The Classics Museum was an extremely busy place for the next couple of hours. By 2.30 the drivers and their passengers had all but packed up, with a wave and a smile they drifted home. On reliving the event, was there any hiccups?? It took 45 minutes to get all the cars down Victoria St, which was acceptable. The Council road closures were not perfect and in some respect the parade was not a parade as the lights in Victoria Street were not controlled—we could improve on this next year? The other hiccup I heard of was that a couple of the drivers mislaid their instructions (or maybe never got them??). We had discussed this situation and never thought this would create a problem as we assumed it would be a “follow the leader” scenario. It was, until someone (without instructions) in the parade got a red light and lost the car in front, they didn’t know where to go from there. Problem solved. Next year, everyone that registers online will also get the route instructions. It was a great day. On talking to the Mayor, he is keen to see it become an annual event. If you missed the event, then I highly recommend you think “parade” when you see all the signage come out for Daffodil Day next year. So what was the dollar total of the Donations that would be going to the local branch of the Cancer Society? It was just short of $1900 (don’t hold me to it; I can’t remember the exact figure). Not bad for a Sunday morning eh, it can only get bigger and better from here on out. For the record a combined total of $38,000 was collected by all the Vintage Car Clubs across New Zealand. A grand effort. Ian and I would like to thank the following: Tom Andrews of the Classics Museum for his generosity and their marketing assistance etc The Rotarians (Collecting donations down Victoria St) Dave Nordell and all the Waikato VCC club members that assisted in parking and collecting donations etc etc. Tracy Wood - Hamilton City Council – Event Co-ordinator and Liaison with Traffic Management See you at the parade next year? Hugh
A SPECIAL INVITATION FROM HAWKES BAY BRANCH OF VCC TO EARLY VETERAN CARS (100 YEARS PLUS OLD)
Come to Napier and join the HBVCC for the 30th Anniversary of Art Deco Weekend from February 16th -18th 2018. We want to show the public what the earliest cars look like, how they perform and where it all started from. Our programme for 2018 has changed a bit as we have moved the annual rally from Saturday to Friday and plan to have a 3 or 4 hour run plus a picnic lunch at an historic Hawkes Bay homestead. There will be a special rally route for the early veterans (plotted by early veteran owners) to get you to the picnic on time. There will be a special prize draw ($250 of petrol vouchers) made from just the 100 year or older cars that enter and participate in the 2018 rally event. Come and join the other 200 plus club eligible vehicles we expect to enter the 2018 30th Anniversary Event. Go to the HBVCC website(www.hbvcc.org.nz) for an Entry Form and Event Programme or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Entry forms for 2018 will be available from 20th August. Accommodation in Napier is already filling up for Art Deco Weekend so book now to avoid disappointment. You will need to arrive on Thursday 15th to be ready for the rally on Friday 16th Feb. 2018. Contacts: STEVE DONOVAN and STEVE TROTT BOTH CONTACTABLE ON email email@example.com
Hunua 100 Last year the organisers especially had the start point in South Auckland and it was disappointing to see only two Waikato Entrants. It was one of best Hunua 100’s I have been on, great vintage roads, easy to navigate and if you got off course you got back on course without even knowing you had gone wrong. If you don’t like competitive rallying just take the Touring option. Don’t complain if Aucklanders don’t support the Double 50 if you don’t support their Rally . Regular Hunua 100 Competator
Question Do Model A’s have an arrow on the fuel gauge pointing up or arrows pointing left and right? The answer next month
CLUB BADGES FOR SALE These are available from the Badge & Trophy Guardian Graham Pate; Lapel or Cap Badges - enamelled Car Bumper Badges - cast in brass Windscreen Transfers Windscreen Vinyl Stickers Club Emblem Jacket Patches Number Plate Surrounds Rally Number Holders Motoring Safety Kits 18
$10.00 each $35.00 each $2.00 each $2.00 each $5.00 each $5.00 pair $10.00 each $100 each
A BIG WELCOME TO OUR NEW MEMBERS who have joined to our branch recently David Schnuringer Colin & Jenny Davis
1968 Ford Falcon 1972 Triumph Spitfire Mk4
We hope that you will enjoy the club and itâ€™s many activities If you have any queries either big or small please do not hesitate to contact any member of the committee and they will be more than willing to assist you in any way possible. Once again, welcome to the club. We hope to see you at the club night on the second Wednesday of the Month.
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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.
Chev parts for sale 1929 Chassis - Front axles’, Brake rods, brake drums, wheels, split rims plus most mechanical parts. 1930 Chassis and brake pedal levers. 1934 complete diff. 1936 Steering boxes, wheels, diff housing, axles, brake drums etc 1952 Boot lid, front left mudguard and rear right Door. I am clearing out the sheds, sensible offers 9 Phone Howard 07 8887596 or 027 4035000
For Sale Deceased Estate (Reg Ridley) Truimph 2000 and 2500 Parts Windscreen, doors, lights, radiators, dashboard, wheels, bonnet & boot lid Open to offers Engine & gearbox & differential for Triumph 2000 and 2500 $200.00 ONO for the lot Phone 07 827 6766 12
For Sale. Model A Ford Tourer. Current owners for 20 years. Current Rego, WOF, garaged, runs well, tidy condition. Phone Dave 021 2593690 12 20
Wanted Austin A30/35 front bumper wanted. Please ph Howard Tiddy 0272368386 or email tiddy@ xtra .co.nz
Wanted for '65 Singer Gazelle - Chrome front bumper and grille. Please phone Glyn Doughty - 07 8240184
Wanted 1970 Vauxhall Viva wheel ( 13in Rim) Please phone Colin Dray 07 8560448
Wanted 1934 Vauxhall 14 AXS 6 cylinder head ph Don 07 8677530 work or 07 8677245 10
For Sale & Wanted Adverts If you place an advert in the For Sale or Wanted department we will run the advert for two months
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.
Veteran & Vintage Car Club (Waikato) Inc. Branch Officers 2017/2018 CHAIRMAN VICE CHAIRMAN SECRETARY TREASURER CLUB CAPTAIN EDITOR SOCIAL CONVENOR PUBLICITY OFFICER
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