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Canberra Antique and Classic Motor Club
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1924 Vauxhall 23/60 Tourer
Bullnose Morris Number 1
1926 Model T Tourer
1926 Bullnose Morris Cowley Runabout
1928 Studerbaker Sedan
1928 Austin 7
1929 Buick Sports Coupe
1930 Model A Ford Coupe
1947 Rover 16 Sedan
1948 Plymouth Coupe
1948 DE Daimler 36HP
1950 Studebaker Champion Sedan
1951 Lagonda Sedan
1946 Mercury Ute
My '37 Vauxhall
Pre 1954 car stories
1954 Triumph TR 2 Roadster
1954 Mercedes Benz Type 220 Sedan
1956 Buick Special Sedan
1956 AC Aceca
1956 Hillman Husky
1962 Fiat 600 C
1963 Fiat 1500 Sedan
1964 Humber Vogue - Estate
1967 Mustang Convertable
1971 Ford Fairlane
1971 MGB Roadster
1972 Austin 3-Litre
1972 Vanden Plas - Princess
1973 Volvo 164E Sedan
1975 Citroen Pallas
Jimmy's Motor Vehicle
Mustang Makes 50
The Story of My Bolwell
1959 FC Holden
Post 1954 car stories
Please Identify these Cars
Saved from the Grave
Films - Classic Adds 1
Films - Classic Adds 2
Films - Assembly lines
Films - Inventions
Photos - Old
Photos - Stars Cars
Photos - Strange Old Cars
1946 Holden Prototype
Engines - Big and Small
1960 Chev Impala Sedan
The Day the Queen Came to Town
Geoff Halls' 1938 Austin 7
Shifting Gear
Photos, Films, Restorations
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     PO BOX 3427, MANUKA   ACT   2603



Dear Sir/Madam


                Thank you for your enquiry about joining the club. CACMC was established in1968 by a group of enthusiasts who were interested in preserving older vehicles as a part of Australia’s heritage movement, here in Canberra. It has now grown to be one of the largest clubs in our region and the only one in the ACT which caters of all marques of vehicles.


Membership is open to anyone with an interest in heritage vehicles and ownership of one is not a prerequisite. We currently have over 250 memberships with more than 300 registered heritage vehicles of all marques and ages up to the approved 30 year old requirement.


Personal involvement in club activities is an important aspect of becoming a member. Everyone is encouraged to attend a number of meetings and club activities/runs each year. This social interaction forms a bond within the heritage movement and is an opportunity for all involved to share their knowledge and experience in the restoration and maintaining of our vehicles.


Membership fees are $50 pa for a family membership and $45 for singles, to which is added an initial joining fee of $25.  The latter provides for a name tag and membership card and contributes towards the administrative costs of initial membership.  You will also receive a copy of the club’s monthly magazine `The Colonial` by email.

Your membership would be warmly welcomed. Please complete and sign the details below and return to the address indicated above or bring it along to a club meeting, together with the fees.   Should you have any queries, please contact our Club Registrar on 6235 5845.

If you require information on these matters contact the office holders below.

Membership Secretary:  Joe Vavra ( )

Registration Officer:  Bob Alexander ( )