The RCCA, celebrating its 60 years of incorporation, was granted a special area in the pits for a number of its member’s cars. The day remained quite pleasant despite a forecast of rain and there was a good turnout of members. Celebrations were also for the E-Type (50 years), the Volvo P1800 , (50 years) and Chevrolet (100 years) .
Journée des voitures françaises
An RCCA/ROCC event
Meet at Berry on the South Coast.
We will be meeting our Canberra friends at the village where many clubs will rendezvous for a mini car show.
There are plenty of distractions at Berry for those who are not car minded!
It is expected a lot of older cars will be on the road. We are going to meet at Loftus Oval which is on the left hand side heading south out of Sydney. There is a toilet there however it may not be open so you may want to stop at the McDonalds just before or the Shell garage.
We intend leaving at 10am.
We shall make our way down south via the Freeway to Berry, probably without stopping, unless someone is desperate. We shall not be tearing down (unless the faster cars wish to go ahead) so that our more sedate cars can keep up. At Berry we shall be looking for the Berry Memorial Park which, I think, is the 3rd left turn on reaching Berry down Albany Street. No doubt there will be signs.
At Berry we are hoping to meet up with a contingent from Canberra led by the one and only Barry McAdie.
It is suggested that you take a warm jacket and chairs and may be your own lunch but if you don’t take the latter, there should be plenty of eating places within a short walk of where we shall be parked. Afterwards, please feel free to return to Sydney whenever you like and by what route you like.
Contact Alistair 02 9971 8612 for further details firstname.lastname@example.org
The feature car for this muster is the Floride/Caravelle
If you have a rear engine Renault of any description you are more than welcome
If interested please call Frank Wicks (National Co-ordinator) 02 4324 2640
Starting Friday 22nd April Finishing Monday 25th April