Monthly Archives: March 2013

VICTORIAN HILLCLIMB CHAMPIONSHIP Rd.3 & 4 Mt LEURA – Sat & Sun 23rd & 24th March

Mt Leura is one of the most picturesque hillclimb venues on the calendar. As you approach Camperdown from the east you see this ancient volcanic cinder cone rising from the plains, and as you come closer it?s possible to make … Continue reading

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KALORAMA RALLY (pre ’88 vehicles) Sunday 24th March

Malcolm Irwin took a trip up to the Kalorama Vintage Rally. He writes, “Interesting few hours about 80 vehicles there some very spectacular restorations on display. The Chevrolet manifold and extractors were a work of art! ” You can view … Continue reading

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AGM / MARCH MONTHLY MEETING, Daizies – Thursday 14th March

As promised last month, Richard Rowley did manage to squeeze his 1968 California Special Mustang through the double doors into Daizies? dining room for us all to admire. 3500 of these limited edition specials were produced and built alongside the … Continue reading

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PHILLIP ISLAND CLASSIC, Historic Racing – Sunday 10th March

David Anderson (Red MGB), Rodger Chapman (purple MGB), Jane Vollebregt (blue MGBGT) and Glenn Campbell (red Alfetta GTV) were all competing in the Historic Sports Car class over the weekend. Malcolm Irwin sent in some photos from Sunday; but unfortunately … Continue reading

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BREAKFAST CLUB, Warragul CBD – Sunday 10th March

Although this particular Sunday coincided with the Phillip Island Classic race meeting, a 60’s car display at the Maffra Shed and the Motorfest Event at Lardner Park; we still had a very good turnout at the breakfast gathering. Des Dillon … Continue reading

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Seventy one drivers contested the second round of the Victorian Hillclimb Championship which was held on a very hot Sunday on the road-race circuit at the Broadford motorcycle complex, an hour north of Melbourne. To use the venue as a … Continue reading

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