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50th Anniversary Commemorative Display & Lunch
2014 is a milestone in the history of the RCCA. 50 years ago George Gosbell, Ron Creber and some other boys decided they wanted to play cars – and the Rover Car Club of Australia was born. And what a year 1964 was. The P6 was only a year into manufacture, and while it did not have the Gas Turbine engine originally planned for it, Donald Campbell broke the land speed record in his turbine powered Bluebird. The Beatles toured Australia, Melbourne woman Judy Hanrahan became the first female teller appointed by the Bank of NSW since WWII and Dawn Fraser was named Australian of the Year following her exploits at the Tokyo Olympics.
The club has plans to commemorate this half century landmark throughout the year culminating in a celebratory car display with sit down lunch and presentation on Sunday 19th October . So polish up your cars and put this date in your diaries. We want as may people and cars at this event as possible.
Please Download this Flier which includes Programme and Lunch information and Registration form for you to print and return to the Club.
Tasmanian Register Celebration
To also help mark the 50th Anniversary of the RCCA, the RCCA Tasmanian Register together with The Village in Triabunna will be holding a British Car Show. A flier can be downloaded from here: http://triabunnavillage.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Britain-to-Bunna-Car-Show.jpg
Badge & Regalia
The following is the Commemorative Badge which will be struck for the occasion.
There is also a range of clothing Regalia we have available. Please order and take with you to the Rove later in the year. See form here (pdf)
Rover In Focus
2014 National Rove
The National Rove, the Meeting of Australian Rover Clubs, was held during September. The Rove, hosted by The Rover Owners Club of New South Wales & ACT, centred on the country town of Forbes. The next Rove will be in 2016 and hosted by the Rover Owners Club of Western Australia. Here are a few photos from our Members attending the Event. (More to come)
(Click on Thumbnail to see larger photo)
Previous Photos of Rover in Focus can be seen
If you would like to have your Rover photo considered for Rover In Focus, please contact the webmaster .
VicRoads Club Permit Scheme
The new "Club Permit Scheme" has been introduced as from 1 February 2011, changes introduced include ability for Club Vehicles to use the road for any purpose for up to 90 or 45 days within the permit period and which is now logbook based. As a result Car Clubs, including RCCA, will be subject to a more formal process of accountability for the proper operation of the scheme.
RCCA now has developed a set of Guidelines for RCCA Members who wish to have their cars registered through this concession scheme. Please see details of the Scheme and how RCCA will operate within the Scheme here.
Our latest Updates for Events including 2014 here
Advertisements now accepted for publication on our web page. As well as appearing in our magazines, Viking Torque and Small Torque, if you wish to reach the wider Internet market, why not advertise your Rover here on the RCCA web pages. See details here.
If you are a prospective member or just interested in Rover cars come along to one of our Monthly Meeting. They are held every month (except for January and December) usually on the second Friday of each month at the Club Rooms,
Uniting Church Hall
Melways Ref. 45F11
commencing at 8.00pm.
These meetings are varied and include video nights, technical presentations, social nights and presentations by guest speakers from a motoring related body or organisation. These evenings also provide you with an opportunity to discuss your technical problems, and as a member locate or purchase spare parts, purchase Club Regalia or borrow from the library.
Come along and see what we are about. Check out the details of the next GM on the Events list.
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RCCA's Own Email Discussion Group
For Financial RCCA members and members of other Australian based Rover Clubs, RCCA hosts a members only Email discussion group, to discuss RCCA matters in particular but also Rover matters in general. This is not an open forum. If you would like to be part of our discussions, you can apply to Join from here, in your application to join please mention which Club you are a member of:
Spare Parts and Regalia Sales
A benefit of RCCA membership, especially for our Country and Interstate Members, is the ability to purchase Spare Parts and Club Regalia. For details of what is available to buy over the Internet please see our Spares & Regalia Page.
Archive of News & Press Releases on the collapse of MG Rover and the resurrected Chinese "Rovers"
Last updated: October 11, 2014