Conrod Weekend 2021

This year “The Conrod Weekend” was sponsored by the RVCCC and held at Cobdogla in the Riverland. There were 38 vehicles and 72 members from combined clubs attending from the Murray Malley, The Murray Bridge Auto Collectors

Cruise Night 2021

05/02/21 What a day of mixed-up weather, all seasons in one day.Approximately at 4.30pm I had a call from John Courtney asking if I was attending the Cruise Night. My answer was yes and I would be

Ladies Day Run 2021

The weather was overcast when we left the Clubrooms for the drive to Callington. We were greeted by Bob & Cheryl who own Elephants Rest. Morning tea was forgotten for a while as everyone browsed the Lifesize

Biggest Morning tea

A group of approximately 40 of our Club members gradually filtered in at the home of June and Terry from about 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, 14th March for the annual Sausage Sizzle Run. (Well, it would have

Pizza Night 2021

This year the Pizza night took on a bit greater significance, not only was it the first event for the year, as usual, but the first event of ANY kind since November, thanks to Covid-19. No December

Patron’s Run 2020

Part A by Bob & Lyn Hunter 18 cars and 36 people left the clubrooms in the beautiful sunshine and crisp air, just the sort of day you enjoy taking your old car for a spin. We

Drive-it Day

Drive your Old Car Day, Tuesday September 1st. September 1st is recognised as the first day of Spring so it is an ideal time to bring your historic vehicle out of winter hibernation. This year it was

The Anytime Run

Since the Auto Collectors Club of Murray Bridge (ACCMB) last met as a group at their Johnstone Park Clubrooms (JPC) March 7th seems like an eternity.It is now 4 months since the ACCMB members have enjoyed an


Sunday morning March 8th was a perfect autumn morning with clear blue skies and an estimated temperature for the day in the mid twenties. After gathering at the Johnstone Park clubroom we headed to Birdwood via Palmer.

Cruise to Swanport Reserve

Friday February 7th 2020 Possible thunder storms were forecast. Thunderstorms are notoriously haphazard, so would they really happen at Swanport Reserve? The answer was “yes”, but more of that later. Initially the weather was not too bad,