Show and Shine, May 5th

This year a total of 22 of our members cars attended the evnt and there was not two of the same make and model. We had cars from Australia, Britain, the US and Japan, but no cars from Europe this year.  After all the judging we were served  a bar-be-que lunch and the winners were announced in each class by age.

Remembrance Day Run April 24

This run started with morning tea at the club house and a friendly get together. After morning we all headed off to the Cenotaph at Maudsland where we all went to the Cenotaph in the middle of the road.Colin then asked us to look at the names. He had picked two of the name these being Edwin Beattie and Frank Ness Wilson and told us their war story from WW1.Colin then asked us to look at the names. He had picked two of the name these being Edwin Beattie and Frank Ness Wilson and told us their war story from WW1.

Once we had fished talking about some of our family in WW! and WW2, we headed off to Nerang RSL for lunch.It was a great days outing with six club cars and two modern vehicles, if you did not come along you missed a great outing.

Crams Farm Club Run 3rd March

Crams Farm Reserve is much more than a 14 hectare park located in Northern NSW.

It is where Tweed Valley Vehicle Restorers Club, Northern Rivers Vintage & Veterans Car Club and Gold Coast Antique Classic Auto Club get together for this annual event and have done so for more than 10 years.
We swap yarns, discuss the latest car gossip, catch up with our other car club friends, listen to some talented musicians,
drool over the curves (of cars), have a feed and this year it was our pleasure to entertain our comrades with some games
The “guess the amount of mentos in the container” was won by Garry Rafton from GCACAC. Well done.
“how many bolts can you move from one container to another" (using chopsticks?)
Well a lot of cheering, cursing and clapping encompassed this game with TVVRC coming out the definitive winners!
Who knew chopsticks swivelled, corkscrewed and spun out of your fingers so easily?
Not Tweed Valley members, congrats!!
Looking forward to meeting up again next year.
Lynne Rafton
February 2024 Club Run Pictures