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Baskerville Historic Motor Racing 2014

Baskerville in the South of the state is in many people’s eyes the best small circuit in Australia. It holds the state’s premier historic race meeting in October each year. I am sure you will enjoy this promo for the 2014 event. Historic motoring enthusiasts should help support this great event. This year’s event included historic motor cycles for the first time for many years. Supporting events at this track,[…]

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News contributor list grows

A word from the webmaster: The new site has now been operating for a short while and the response has been fantastic. As in previous writings I stress that this site is interactive. Members can participate online very easily. How? Read the news contributions and write a comment. The contributor will be notified that you wrote something. You can even comment on other people’s comments. Perhaps answer questions. Some guy[…]

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news post alerts by email

members with access passwords should have received an email to say that they will now be receiving alert emails whenever news etc are published. In fact you will receive an alert saying I have loaded this bit of news up. If you are reading this, and you are a member but NOT receiving these alerts emails then we have a little problem. (note, these alerts start arriving Sunday afternoon 20th[…]

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Historic Motor Racing

Club Members Tim Johnson and Ellis French have returned home safely after an enjoyable weekend racing old cars (some older than others) at the Baskerville Race track in the South of the state. The event is an annual “Historics” weekend. The event was very well ran and a pleasure to be part of it. Was great to see some members of our club supporting this great event. Over 144 entrants[…]

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Alan Smith is up and running

Alan Smith (Northern Member) is up and running as a news contributor. I spent some time with him today on the phone. Tonight he posted his first proper post despite having slow data problems. It’s this sort of news/stories that can be loaded by members statewide. Ellis French and Noel Windsor are up and running as well. Who’s next? see Alan’s Post http://vccatas.org.au/ultimate-blackberry-find/#comment-32

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Article from John Teniswood

John Teniswood has sent me (Webmaster) two emails that I found interesting. I am reproducing them here with his permission I would like you to know how much I enjoyed the Gordon Fysh photo collection from Spurling. When I first got the Alldays in 1963, Gordon gave me copies of a couple of pictures of the car in 1906-7 (including the line-up outside the Customs House in Hobart in 1907[…]

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