IN 2020 CHMC, the "BuSH Council" CELEBRATes ITS 50TH YEAR OF REPRESENTING historic MOTORing CLUBS IN NSW.
UPDATE on the RMS list of OPTIONS, ACCESSORIES AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT for HVS compliant vehicles (Nov 26 2020). The RMS have advised today, Nov 26th, that the Historic Vehicle Scheme Options, Accessories and Safety Items List is a DRAFT version - “This document is a live document and will be amended from time to time. The latest version will be published on the website after the consultation period has ended.” https://www.rms.nsw.gov.au/.../period-options-accessories...
Clubs should consider the document as a DRAFT for discussion and a provide comments on it for consideration during the consultation period to the CHMC RMS Liaison Officer, Peter Wright, or you can comment direct to the RMS at email@example.com
Has your club completed the FIVA Club Survey? All clubs with historic vehicles to complete the second FIVA Survey for 2020 – this second survey is directed specifically to Clubs and not individual members, as was the case for the first Survey in September. This request came via AHMF from FIVA’s Australian representative, the Association of Veteran Car Clubs Australia (https://tavcca.org.au/). The information collected in Australia about Australian-based clubs will be provided to us for our information and use. Club representatives are asked to complete the survey online at https://wh1.snapsurveys.com/s.asp?k=159975028864 by 15th December. The survey will only take about 10-15 mins. (CHMC clubs received notice about this survey, via email, from the CHMC Secretary on Nov 3rd.)
CHMC's bulletin - DINKUM OIL #10, Oct 26th. has been distributed to all affiliated clubs and can be read on our Dinkum Oil page. This issue covers the RMS Fact Sheet of Options etc. (see below)
THE COUNCIL OF HERITAGE MOTOR CLUBS NSW (CHMC) REPRESENTS and promotes the interests of HERITAGE, HISTORIC & CLASSIC VEHICLE CLUBS THROUGHOUT N.S.W.
Members of CHMC Affiliated Clubs own, preserve and restore cars, trucks, motorbikes, buses and tractors that are over 30 years old, i.e. heritage, historic or classic vehicles. They share one common purpose, to keep alive the sights and sounds of the vehicles and machines that were an integral part of the automotive and transport history of Australia.Some of those vehicles are more than 100 years old, others are from the 1980s, some are rare, some are unique, and many are everyday vehicles from our nation's past. All are examples of our country's automotive culture through time. Heritage and historic vehicles are not still here by accident, they survive because someone has cared for them through time, or someone has rescued them just in time.
CELEBRATING THE CENTENARY DECADE OF VINTAGE MOTOR VEHICLES
VINTAGE MOTOR VEHICLES WERE MANUFACTURED BETWEEN 1919 AND 1930. THIS ERA OF SPANS THE YEARS FROM THE END OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR TO THE GREAT DEPRESSION. THE YEAR 1930 SAW THE END OF AN ERA FOR MANY MOTOR CAR MANUFACTURERS AND DENOTES THE END OF THE VINTAGE PERIOD. Take a look at chmc's video celebrating vintage vehicles on our FAcebook page
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