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APRIL MONTHLY DINNER MEETING, Thursday 15th April

With daylight saving now but a memory, it was already dark and too cold, wet and miserable to take much notice of those sports and classics parked outside the Clubrooms – so no outside photographs this month. Inside, about 50 … Continue reading

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MID-WEEK RUN to WILLOW GROVE, Wednesday 14th April

50 BIG SMILES AND A DIFFERENT LONG LUNCH It was just another fine Wednesday morning for The Stump Tearooms in Darnum on the 14th April. Then change began to stir as the unusual cars began to arrive outside and their drivers … Continue reading

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BREAKFAST CLUB, Warragul – Sunday 11th April

The coldest April day in 25 years, persistent showers, snow on the ranges and a stiff breeze did not entice a great many sports and classic car owners to gather in Warragul for our most recent monthly Breakfast Club. However, … Continue reading

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DINNER MEETING / AGM, Drouin Golf Club, Thurs 18th March

Thanks to Covid-19, it had been over twelve months since our Club was able to come together at what had been our regular monthly dinner meetings at the Drouin Golf Club. But with restrictions now easing, we have made a … Continue reading

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HAUNTED HILLS HILLCLIMB, Sunday 14th March

This was the Gippsland Car Club’s first hillclimb hosting event in over twelve months and they were rewarded by perfect weather and a healthy turnout of competitors. From the Sporting Register we had Jim McNiven in the Mazda RX2 (Historic … Continue reading

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MINI MOB RUN, Sunday 14th March

Unfortunately, only four people rocked up for our run this year. Perhaps the early morning showers at the Breakfast Club discouraged people, but it turned out to be a nice day for a drive. Our tour went via Noojee to … Continue reading

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