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VCCA Tasmania-An Overview

VCCA (Tasmania) has over 750 members Statewide with a collection of more than 1000 cars, motor cycles and trucks. We are organised within the state as three separate sections. That is, a self administered section in each of the three telephone districts. Each section has their own clubrooms. These are situated at Brighton in the South, Launceston in the North and Ulverstone in the North West. Each section has their own organising committee and run a very comprehensive events program throughout the year. Some events are organised in which all three sections take part together. These often attract over 100 vehicles. Details of Club Events are available by viewing our Calendar of Events left side of the screen.

Brief Background of VCCA

model t rearThe Veteran Car Club of Australia (VCCA) is a group of people of all ages and from all walks of life who share a common interest in preserving old motor vehicles. In fact not just preserving, but restoring, maintaining and driving (and talking incessantly about them). The VCCA is of course an Australia wide organisation. The VCCA (Tas) Inc. was formed at a meeting in Hobart in 1956.


At present the cost of membership is $70 per year. This includes:

– An informative club magazine which we receive monthly by post.

– Use of Clubroom facilities.

– Eligibility to enter Club events/runs local and National

– Fellowship

– Access to Club spares

-Access to the ‘Members only’ section of this web site

For membership information and form go to MEMBERSHIP FORM.


  1. Carey Richardson - 09/10/2013 11:20 am

    No link to membership form, can one be sent to me please,


  2. David & Barbara Loveridge - 22/04/2015 5:45 pm

    we Have purchased our retirement home in Hobart and will be down in a few years . we have a 1988 Rolls Royce Silver Spirit and a Austin wasp built in Australia in 1940 by Holden . The Austin we are wanting to be fully restored can you recommend an expert in hobart we can talk to?

    • Ellis French - 31/03/2016 7:31 pm

      Dave Dungey
      0407 872371

  3. Wayne Henderson - 13/03/2016 3:36 pm

    My son has a 1970 Toyota crown in very good original condition apart from the bonnet. We were at the car show at Bagdad today and it was suggested by another car enthusiast there that it may be worth contacting you guys. We live in Pontville, but would travel state wide to pick up a bonnet.
    Cheers Wayne

  4. Ellis French - 31/03/2016 7:32 pm

    Dont know of any in Nth


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