Welcome: We hope you find our site of interest, it contains a wealth of information about our club and its activities. Find out about our upcoming events and how you can participate, browse our gallery of members vehicles and download the relevant documents for joining. Even if your interest in these vehicles does not extend to ownership we have a membership category for all. Please feel free to come along to one of our meetings - you will be most welcome.
THE VINTAGE SPORTS CAR CLUB OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA INCORPORATED
About us: The Club was formed in 1945 to cater specifically for Vintage Sports Cars, and is one of the oldest motoring clubs in the State. The “Sports Car” in our title refers to the competitive nature of events to which vehicles were subjected to in the early years.
The passage of time has changed the focus of our Club, as membership is more mature and cars more valuable, with parts much harder to obtain. It now caters socially for people with a common interest in “old cars” and a broader range of vehicles including those made prior to 1960 are accepted.
The classes of vehicles include Veteran (up to 1918), Vintage (1919-1930), Post Vintage (1931-1945) and Other Collectable Vehicles (1946-1959).
The Club conducts a range of motoring events throughout the year, averaging at least one each month. It also includes a number of social events in its calendar.
An extensive reference library of motoring books and magazines is maintained by the Club, with the publications available for loan to members.
The Club also owns a 1926 Rugby 4 Tourer, which is conditionally available to members for Club runs and other approved events.
General Meetings of the Club are held at 8.00 PM on the last Friday of each month (except December), in the Combined Car Clubs club rooms at the Glandore Community Centre, Clark Avenue, GLANDORE. Visitors are welcome.
The Club may be contacted by an email to the secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by snail mail to - The Secretary, P.O. Box 701, Plympton, SA 5037.
Down Under London to Brighton Run
Flag tearing ceremony with Lachlan McDonald in the 1909 Brush pilot car. (Photo John Clare)
Shirley and Joan at the DUL2B