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Sunshine Coast Antique Car Club
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Sunshine Coast Antique Car Club
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Welcome To The Sunshine Coast Antique Car Club

SCACC is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee and exists to foster, encourage and advance interest in the history, restoration, care, and preservation of old engine-driven vehicles.

The club is active in the community through financial donations and attendance at community events. It also conducts events that allow members ample opportunities to enjoy use of their vehicles.

Objectives

The Club is a not-for-profit limited liability company and exists to advance interest in the history, restoration, care and preservation of motor vehicles.  The Club assists the community through financial
donations and attendance at relevant functions.

History

In 1963 Nambour citizens Ian Hayne and David Sharpe conceived the idea of a local antique car club for the purposes of the restoration and preservation of ‘old faithfuls’ of by-gone days.  A meeting was held on 19 February 1963 at Bert Skinner’s Garage and the “Antique Car Club of Nambour” was born.

Restoration was the main interest to members.  In April 1964 Mick Hayes’ 1912 Buick became the Club’s first car to be fully restored.   The first public appearance in Nambour for the Club’s cars was in taking part in the Warana Festival procession on 26 September 1964. The first Club rally was to Alexandra Headland on 3 September 1964.  The Club was subsequently renamed the Sunshine Coast Antique Car Club.

SCACC
1963 -2021

Clubhouse

The Club has a dedicated Clubhouse within the Nambour showgrounds.  It is located next to the Nambour Badminton Club building.  To find the clubhouse, enter the showgrounds via the main entrance off Coronation Ave, turn left immediately inside the main gate then turn immediately left again and drive up the incline to the Clubhouse. The Clubhouse is the departure point for most Club rallies.  The Clubhouse also houses an extensive paper library of mechanical publications, automobile magazines and related paraphernalia.   

Meetings

General meetings are held at the Clubhouse monthly on the fourth Tuesday of each month excluding December. 

  • Meetings commence at 7.30pm. 
  • A video screening commencing between 6.30pm and 7.00pm usually precedes the meeting. 
  • Visitors are welcome.
  • The Annual General Meeting is held on the 4th Tuesday in November immediately following the general meeting. 
  • Committee meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month including December.  Visitors are by invitation.

News

SWAP NEWS:  Advance bookings for the 2022 Swap now close 16 July


MONTHLY MEETING: general meeting is on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7.30 pm in our clubhouse in the Nambour Showgrounds, enjoy tea or coffee with members afterwards. If you need help with your vehicle, or finding that elusive part, ask the question in the help needed after general business.Please submit any agenda items to the Secretary prior to the day.

The 2021 committee is working on many runs, rallies and events for the year, keep checking this site for updates as well as our Facebook page

Any ideas for rallies please bring them to the next meeting  .  

For those who want more club action we are have a mid week social event every Wednesday, enjoy morning and a chat with fellow car enthusiasts.

Norm Garland has had a few rallies in mind for these runs.  So look forward to seeing you there, meet at the clubrooms at 9.00am

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