Members of the Moama Historical Vehicle Club took their vehicles on an outing and draw some looks from curious spectators.GRAHAM WILLIS June 4, 2014 3:29am
The Moama Historical Vehicle Club held its May monthly meeting on Sunday at the Mill.
The historic building provided a perfect backdrop for vintage vehicles including a 1920 T Model Ford in pristine condition.
Club president Tony Clark is the proud owner of the vehicle which is the pride of the club fleet.
Although rain kept many vehicles away, members came together to plan future meetings and activities.
The club boasts more than 50 members who own vintage cars and motorbikes and regularly meet to participate in monthly runs to various destinations.
The next run will be to the Shepparton Car Museum and the club hopes to field a strong convoy.
Always on the lookout for new members, Secretary Alan Tonkin would like to hear from anyone wishing to join this enjoyable and friendly group who all share a common interest.
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