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April 2014

6th Coffee’n’Cars..Warriwood McDonalds car park from 8am

13th Japanese Gardens Gosford

 

27th Bi-Centennial Park Café Homebush Bay

Notices:

 

The Franklin has completed the around Australia Run and has returned home.


Round Australia Cannonball Run

 

more details here

 
 

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 Photos of the Concours d'Elgance Australia 10.10.10 held at St Patricks, Manly



 

 

 

 Oils ain't oils, more info on the removal of ZDDP in modern oils and the effects on pre 1990 engines, see in the news page.


 

the booklet from last nights meeting, more info on the news page

Penrite Veteran, Vintage and Classic Products Booklet.PDF big file 1.8mb

 

Updated:

RTA Historic Vehicle Club Policy

 

 

 

 

 

Pittwater Motor Enthusiasts Association

 



'What it means to be a member of this association'..

To have a passion for something, whether two wheels or four, whether just one pride and joy or an entire shed full, and mostly to have a desire to pass this passion down to others. To explain the role of a carburetor to someone who has only ever known fuel injection. To show someone the feats of engineering possible nearly 100 years ago when the combustion engine was in its infancy.

Meetings are at Mona Vale Guide Hall, Barrenjoey Rd.,near Golf Ave.,Mona Vale at 7-30pm. Tea/Coffee and biscuits served at the end of each meeting.

Each Sunday following our fortnightly meeting there will be a run starting from Memorial Hall,Park St,Mona Vale at 8am.

Each Wednesday a short run will start from Mona Vale Surf Club at 1pm.

On the Wednesday following each general meeting there will be a longer run starting from the corner of Forest Way & Mona Vale Rd, at 12pm.

 

see google maps for meeting hall location.

 

Run 'em - Drive 'em - Ride 'em - Don't Hide 'em

 

Pittwater Motor Enthusiasts Association Inc.

 

Browser Compatibility

Note to IE10 users,

the latest version of IE10 breaks the Menus on this site, this is not a problem with the website since is still works fine with Chrome and Firefox both of which are compilant with the web standards, something Microsoft has never followed.

this is not the only site affected, IE10 has problems with a lot of web pages, their answer is instead of fixing the problem is to add a compatibility button

see here Compatibilty mode

or just use a better browser like Google Chrome or Firefox

 

Links
Club Mag


 

 


current issue of Stay Tuned, click on the image or right click/save link as to save a copy to your hard drive, will need Acrobat reader to view

Membership Info

Membership is $50 per year, with an initial Joining fee of $20

 

Download and print the Membership form and bring it to the next meeting

 
Council of Motor Clubs
 

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