You will find below
the details of most major car clubs throughout Australia.
Don't forget to check out the Classic
Car Event Calendar for event details throughout
the year, and should your club be holding an event
then please contact
Classic Ford Club of the NT
The Classic Ford Club of the NT is open to anyone interested in the preservation and/or driving of Classic Ford vehicles. Many of our members are in the process of restoring their vehicles or looking to purchase a new project. The club will eagerly welcome new members and their families, whether they currently own a Ford or not. The club is very proactive and we have a number of events that are well patronised by members through out the year.
The club meets the first Sunday of each month for breakfast at the Beachfront Hotel in Rapid Creek where we display our vehicles out the front overlooking the beautiful Arafura Sea. Our members come from all walks of life and have many and varied vehicles. We have in the membership a wealth of knowledge and experience relating to Ford cars in general but specialising in Classics. It is hoped that the development of the website will spread the word about the club and we are looking forward to many more new and enthusiastic members.
In 1978, Ford Australia gave us the XC Falcon Cobra. After nearly 30 years on the road, this "Blue & White Legend" continues to turn heads as it cruises the streets and highways of the world. We, at the Falcon Cobra Club Of Australia, are all enthusiasts who share a passion for this classic Ford and would like to share it with you.
The FPV & XR Owners Club of QLD was formed in October 2005, by the ex-president and founder of the FPV & XR Owners Club of ACT, Shaun Hooper aka Hoops, and the ex-president and founder of the FPV & XR Owners Club of VIC Stuart Brown, aka Sledgehammer. Since then the club has come a long way, we have a great committee and a great bunch of members that make the club what it is to day. We all have a common interest in performance Fords (including FPV, Tickford and XR Falcons) who enjoy driving their vehicle and coming together to represent the Blue Oval.
We do regular monthly club runs – consisting of driving, BBQ’s, Dyno days, track events, Car shows, trips away and displays. We also attend selected V8 Super car rounds as a group and associate with other liked minded clubs. From 2007 we will be able to conduct Motorsport track days, Motorkhana, Observation runs etc on an individual basis. We are an incorporated association in Queensland, operating under the articles of association and governed by the office of fair trading. We have applied for CAMS affiliation for the year commencing 2007 which will allow the club to operate under CAMS club insurance for our events.
PO Box 1554,
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Cortina Anglia Prefect Club
of Australia Inc.
The Cortina Anglia Prefect Club of Aust. Inc. (CAP Club for short) offers its members a friendly meeting place for all owners of Cortinas (1962 to 1981), Anglias & Prefects (1953 onwards) and other small Ford derivative models. There are regular club runs and social activities and access and sponsorship to the RTA's "Historic Conditional Registration Scheme". Members also receive a regular monthly newsletter which includes Club News, Reports, For Sale and Wanted notices.
Of course, if it is technical information you are after, our members are well experienced on all aspects of maintenance/repair/etc. Monthly club meetings are held in the Parramatta area. If you are in the district and own a Cortina, Anglia or Prefect, why not come along to one of our friendly monthly meetings!
The Club was formed
in 1982 and although originally established with the
Australian assembled Ford Capri Mark 1 in mind, the
Club caters for all Ford cars with the Capri name.
This includes the British Mark 1s, 2s and 3s, the Australian
designed and built Ford Capri Convertible, based on
the Australian Ford Laser/Mazda 323 of the late 1980s/early
1990s and, the original Classic Capri of the early
1960s! The Ford Capri name therefore covers a period
from 1961 through to 1994. A number of club members
own fully imported English built Mk2 and Mk3 Capri's...
Our Club is family orientated and we wish to encourage
the younger generations in the preservation of the
Model A Ford "As Henry built it" and the regular use
of the car into the future. Club meetings are held
at the Camberwell Civic Centre Theatrette. 8 Inglesby
Road Camberwell. Melway reference 59 J2. Meetings start
at 8 pm. Most meetings have either a guest speaker
or a club member giving a technical talk on some aspect
of the Model A Ford. Our club library has a very diverse
collection of books and technical articles available
on loan to members.
The Club provides
an informal forum for those interested in the Ford
Falcon range of vehicles dating from the first 1960
XK model through to ’71 XY. With the Membership
now just short of 70 the Club has a widening selection
of Fine Fords in its collection...