The Toyota Car Club of Australia has been given the honor of running one of the event areas at the 44th Australian Motokhana Championships to be held at the Bendigo Livestock Exchange.
We are looking for volunteers to assist on the day. If you would like to help please contact Frank by email at email@example.com for info.
Information for competitors can be found here: 2015 Australian Motorkhana Championships
Spectators are welcome and we encourage you to come along to check out Australia’s most skilled drivers compete at the highest level.
Recently we have appointed our new committee however we are still looking for a new Vice President to join us. Mark has done a great job over the past year and we are looking to support the new VP with a greater investment in membership technology to simplify the role. Mark has done a great job and will continue to be a great part of our club.
Here is a message to you all from the man himself.
Good afternoon everyone. I am just reminding you, that I have stepped down as Vice President of TCCAV. I invite anyone who is interested in stepping into this important role, to contact myself, or another club committee member. The club requires a Vice President and if someone can see themselves stepping up, it will certainly ease the workload of all other committee members to focus on bringing bigger and better events to the club. As a committee member, you get to have a say in all aspects of TCCAV.
Thankyou, Mark Allen.
If you would like more information on the role or think it might be for you please contact Frank Ferrantino at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mark at email@example.com
For Part 3 of our All Toyota Winterfest 2015 coverage it’s all about the classic rollas!
Corolla’s have remained on of the most popular Toyota’s across their entire lifespan and there was no shortage of fine over 25 year old examples at Winterfest.
The first gen Corollas have become a timeless classic. Petite and well proportioned with beautiful chrome accents.
In Sprinter configuration there are as fresh as a Tic Tac.
The second generation like most Toyota’s grew a little in size but still retained the charm.
As the popularity of the Corolla grew with Aussie consumers so did the size with the third gen platform. They still retained their classic design cues though. Who misses the days of model specific badges?
Honda power propelled this beast down from Sydney. Such a clean conversion must be commended.
The forth generation Corolla took a drastic change in styling adopting the square box craze of the 80’s.
Variety in the model line was always a Corolla strength and the gen five platform didn’t disappoint. FWD, RWD, sedan, hatch, liftback, 3, 4 or 5 doors, there was no shortage of choice. Today with the addition of personal imports there is more than you can poke a stick at.
Stay tuned for Part 4 when we take a look at some of the non-Corolla variety on show.
Missed Part 1 & 2? Catch up here:
Winterfest 2015 Part 1 – Track Day
Winterfest 2015 Part 2 – Car Show