Sapphire Coast Historic Vehicle Club

The Sapphire Coast Historic Vehicle Club supports the preservation and use of veteran, vintage and classic vehicles.

The Club is in a rural setting and includes large clubrooms, a fully equipped workshop, plus  exhibition and education pavilions where over 60 historic cars and a large collection of tools are displayed.
The Club welcomes visits from, and can cater for, all types of motoring clubs and tour coach groups.
Every year there is a full calendar of events including open road touring, club runs and non-competitive rallies. This club provides a different form of relaxation; street parades, displays, fund-raising for local charities plus community support activities.
Driving a piece of motoring history is a unique experience. Choices range from veteran, vintage, classic and historic vehicles dating from 1900 to within thirty years from the present date.
Visitors and new members are welcome.
For more information about the club and its activities, click on the boxes above.

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TRIBUTE TO BILL CROWTHER

Check out this Youtube video by clicking on the link: The Chrysler 70 hasn’t been started for 2 to 3 years. We’re getting it going and cleaned up to be part of a special memorial event for the late Bill Crowther.  Thanks to Geoff Dunstan for the video.

Old Blokes mucking about with even older cars !! The 1930 Chrysler 70

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MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL for 2021

Our membership renewal day has traditionally been on our combined Christmas function and registration renewal day, which this year falls on Sunday 13th December.

This year as you know we are uncertain that we will be able to gather in large numbers, so we are encouraging members to renew their membership early and preferably online.  It is understood that not all members are able to do it this way so alternatives are available as per the instructions below.

Your renewal form is available by clicking on the blue links.

See the instructions below for completing and submitting your form and payment:

Renewing Your Membership

If you are paying by electronic transfer and you are emailing your completed form:

  1. Click on the link to access the relevant form:

SCHVC Membership Renewal eForm 2021

  1. The eForm should open in your internet browser (Chrome, Edge or Safari) or in a program called Adobe Acrobat.
  2. Once the form is open, simply click in each of the fields and type in the relevant information.
  3. Save the form to your computer:
    1. If the form opened using your internet browser, click the disk icon in the top area just above your form.
    2. If the form opened using Adobe Acrobat, go to the file menu and select save.
    3. For the file name – append your full name to the end of the file name.
  4. Open your email program and create a new email, with [email protected] as the recipient, and give the email a title.
  5. Attach the completed form to your email and hit send.

If you are paying by Cheque or attending the club registration day:

  1. Click on the link to access the relevant form:

SCHVC Membership Renewal eForm 2021

  1. The eForm should open in your internet browser (Chrome, Edge or Safari) or in a program called Adobe Acrobat.
  2. Once the form is open, simply click in each of the fields and type in the relevant information.
  3. Print the form out:
    1. If the form opened using your internet browner, click the printer icon in the top area just above your form.
    2. If the form opened using Adobe Acrobat, go to the file menu and select print.

OR

You can simply print your form out, fill in all details and submit to the Secretary by:

Email: [email protected]

Post:
SCHVC
PO Box 219
Pambula NSW 2549

Payment can be made by one of the following methods:

  1.  EFT (preferred) BSB 633 000 Account 136598661 before 13th December       or
  2. Cheques payable to Sapphire Coast Historic Vehicle Club before or on December 13th.    or
  3. Cash (CV sanitised preferred!) only on Rego Day 13th December.

 

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Applying for Membership

  1. Go to the following URL and click on the link to access the relevant form:

SCHVC Membership Application eForm 2021

  1. The eForm should open in your internet browser (Chrome, Edge or Safari) or in a program called Adobe Acrobat.
  2. Once the form is open, simply click in each of the fields and type in the relevant information.
  3. Print the form out:
    1. If the form opened using your internet browner, click the printer icon in the top area just above your form.
    2. If the form opened using Adobe Acrobat, go to the file menu and select print.
  4. Bring the signed form with you to a club meeting along with your membership fee and seek the assistance of a club member to propose and second your membership. Club Meetings are held in the evening on the first Thursday of every month (except January).

Or for an Application form in person at a General Meeting.
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NEXT CLUB ACTIVITY

The SCHVC Committee is pleased to advise that some club facilities are now available for members again.

You will see some changes and we ask that you look for signage to help guide and inform you and those around you to stay safe and physically distanced.

Members are welcome to attend Tuesday and Saturday mornings again but with the above restrictions due to COVID 19.

Limited workshop facilities will be available to include new vehicle registrations for current financial members.

You will need to contact John Turbet on 0431 431 141 to make your booking.

  • Do not enter the Club premises if you are unwell.
  • Please wash your hands with soap and water thoroughly and frequently.
  • Hand Sanitiser is provided for you to use.

Record keeping at the Club: It is an NSW Government requirement that every person entering the premises will need to record the date, print their name and contact phone number or email address, each and every day they enter the Club, into the record book provided. This will be stored at the club for 28 days and used for the purpose of tracing COVID 19 infections on request from the Chief Health Officer if that is required.

Please maintain the cleanliness of any area that you access as this is essential to the clubs’ ability to remain open. We are all responsible for caring for the club facilities that we use, for all members during the Covid 19 restrictions.

The availability of the Club Facility is dependent on the Covid 19 Restrictions and may be changed and updated at any time following Government advice. We will advise as soon as practical if there are any further changes that impact the Club via this newsletter and The Spoke.

Stay informed for further information:

health.gov.au; health.nsw.gov.au; healthdirect.gov.au

For longer term information on club events and runs, click on the “Upcoming Events” tab at the top of the page.

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