CHMC DONATES $1000 to CWA DISASTER Relief Fund
Just as Council did in 2019 to assist with bushfire relief efforts, the CHMC has again donated funds to help the CWA in its work helping flood disaster affected communities in NSW. Club Delegates at the AGM in Temora in April 2021 unanimously voted to send $1000 to the Country Women's Association Disaster Relief Fund.Whether it be floods or fire, or other community needs, when their communities and those nearby need help CHMC clubs across NSW step in to assist in various ways. As well as donating directly via Council, our Clubs are very often involved in raising money or goods and services for local projects and needs, please support our Clubs when they are fundraising to assist those who can benefit directly from our help.
THE LATEST CHMC bulletin DINKUM OIL #14 - all the results from the very successful Annual CHMC Rally at Temora in April, and details about the 2022 Rally. Read Dinkum #14 here
DINKUM OIL #13 - important HVS & CVS details resulting from our meeting with TfNSW/RMS 18th March 2021. Includes TfNSW/RMS response to some incorrect interpretations that have been circulating with some of the hobby. Plus Good news for our antique tractor and industrial plant owning members re. HVS. Read Dinkum Oil #13 online here
DINKUM OIL #12 covers clarification from TfNSW/RMS on LICENSING REQUIREMENTS AND HVS Registration, Renewals and Vehicle operation. Read Dinkum Oil #12 online here
The RMS/TfNSW list of OPTIONS, ACCESSORIES AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT for HVS vehicles (issued Nov 26 2020) is a DRAFT, ONLY FOR DISCUSSION https://www.rms.nsw.gov.au/.../period-options-accessories...
The RMS has asked that Clubs please view the List simply as a DISCUSSION DOCUMENT
TfNSW/RMS is re-considering aspects of the List following determined representations by the CHMC and a number of our clubs.
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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