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Where is all the news?

In case you are visiting our page and wondering why so few updates, well the answer is simple. Facebook!

Due to the swift and easy nature of posting there, our general day to day news and details of upcoming events are more likely to be found there than here.

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Posted by Adam Laws | January 5th, 2015

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TCCA Presentation Night on Tuesday 9th December, 2014

The final meeting of 2014 is also the presentation night where we can honor the club’s champions. It also also one of the club’s biggest meeting of the year.

Come along and share in a fun evening of stories, video action of racing, and reports on the year’s best events. Our meeting is open to all members, and visitors, and is a great way to meet others in the club.

We will be meeting from 7.00pm at Bells Hotel in South Melbourne for dinner and drinks, with the meeting itself starting from 8.00pm.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

Posted by Frank Ferrantino | December 8th, 2014

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Classic Japan 2014 is on this Sunday!!

Classic Japan 2014 is again on at Como Park North in Prahran on Sunday 7th of December.

It will showcase some of the very best collectable Japanese Cars and Bikes over 25 years of age, and draws vehicles from all over Australia.

This year we will be raising money for the Fred Hollows Foundation, and the #forpeter campaign, both are very worthwhile causes. Over 330 cars and 60 bikes made last year’s event a success, and by all the feedback in recent months, this event is going to be even bigger this year.

Trade stands and displays will allow visitors to check out the latest in photography right through to t shirts and vehicle insurance, while a huge food area will keep everyone very well fed and energized.

The day is open to the public from 9am through to 1pm, but get there even earlier if you wish to display your favorite Japanese vehicle.

Click on the poster image to see a detailed view.

See you there!

Posted by Frank Ferrantino | December 3rd, 2014

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