Concerned with the negative impact the Luxury Car Tax (LCT) has had on the Historic Car movement in Australia, a group of clubs have formed the Australian Historic Vehicle Interest Group under the direction of our past President, Doug Young.
This page will help our members and visitors to stay up to date with the Group's activities and progress with relevant articles, links and submissions.
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Vintage Car Club of Queensland Inc.
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VIRGINS BREAKFAST - 12 January 2020. After many months of essentially no rainfall the skies opened - in a patchy sort of way - but nonetheless we had an excellent turnout for a very early breakfast BBQ at Jollys Lookout. No heavenly bodies were sighted but the cars looked great, despite the gloom! Photos from Peter Ransom
WOLF AT ANGELHURST - March 2020. A gathering of friends Angelhurst to pay tribute to Wolf Grodd's founding of the Queensland Mercedes Club, his long association with the VCCQ and the old car movement in general. Photos from Brian Carson.
IMPROMPTU RUN - COVID STRESS RELIEF - June 2020. Doug Heming essayed a pleasant Suunday morning run for us that got some nice cars out on the road for a change. All COVID-19 guidance observed, of course. How many cities in Australia offer a suburban car ferry experience? Photos from Brian McMillan
FOUNDATION DAY - June 21, 2020. Our club's first formal meeting was held on June 24, 1955, and we would ordinarily commemorate that occasion with the Annual Concours. But COVID has struck and we can't do a big public event, so, stricken with car-owner-virus, we put on two events each with limited numbers - socially distanced, of course.
Photos from Peter Ransom, David Fryer
COVID BREAKOUT MEETING - July 17, 2020. With a strong French theme - cars, dress, food, decor and a movie - we had our first general meeting since the beginning of COVID-19 restrictions. Excellent numbers support the notion that we actually have car-owner virus, which is not such a bad thing.
Photos from Peter Ransom, Sheila Mcmillan et autres, merci...