Cowra antique vehicle club


The Cowra Antique Vehicle Club (CAVC) meet regularly at the station and promote the heritage of old cars in Cowra and the surrounding regions.

The Cowra Antique Vehicle Club Inc. was started in 1993 by Cowra local, Phil Hoey to cater for vintage car owners in the Cowra district. At that time a number of enthusiasts belonged to a club in Young but Phil wanted a local club to promote collecting cars.

The Club currently has ninety members and amongst the membership are one hundred and fourteen vehicles on club plates. The range of vehicles covers motor bikes, cars, trucks and tractors and the club caters for all tastes. The oldest motorcycle in the club is a 1924 Waratah, the oldest car is currently a 1924 Dodge and the newest vehicle is a 1980 Mercedes 280SL.

The Club is the friendliest, best club in the central west according to it’s members. The Cowra Antique Vehicle Club has a few unique aspects. The club has its own club room which is located at the historic Cowra Railway Station. The members are active in meetings every third Monday evening with roughly forty to fifty attend. Annual membership fees currently set at $25 and it is compulsory to partake in at least three runs a year. Members receive twelve club publications that average sixteen pages each that keep you informed of the clubs activities.

Phone: 02 6342 3117



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