Cootamundra Antique Motor Club.
A little bit about us
Cootamundra Antique Motor Club was formed in 1980 for friendship, fun and the mutual love of historic vehicles, owning and driving them.
The Club caters for vehicles over 30 years old and eligible for concessional registration in NSW.
The Club does not cater for any specific “Marque” of vehicles.
Many and varied runs are held each month. For more information on our runs see the latest Coota Hoota usually the last page, other pages may have more detailed information about some activities.
Our Designated Runs and events each year are:
1st Sunday in February each year the club’s birthday run and the Michael Livingstone Memorial Run to Jugiong.
On Anzac Day the CAMC provides transport for veterans unable to march in the parade from the Cootamundra Services Club to the Cenotaph and back.
May is the time for the “Frank DeBritt Run”. Taking out our elder citizens for a drive, residents from the Nursing home, Retirement Village, Day Care go for a drive around the district followed by afternoon tea.
August is the time of the “Cootamundra Wattle Time Fair” and Street Parade. A number of our members join the Saturday morning street parade down Parker Street.
The first weekend in September is the time for our Fathers Day Swap Meet at Cootamundra Showground.
Christmas time we have a Christmas get together. The venue varies from year to year. A time to look forward to next year and a time to reminisce about the year that just flew past.
Prospective new members are invited to attend our monthly meetings.
More information for prospective members is available here.