Received from the Austin Healey Club of Western Australia
Final planning and organization of the Perth National Rally is now well under way particularly with the opening of accommodation bookings at the Pagoda Resort. The Pagoda Resort will provide participants the full Rally experience with all of the night functions centered around their facilities.
All this information is on the Rally Registration Form which can be downloaded from the Austin Healey Club of WA’s website. Just follow the link below and click National Rally at the top of the Home page. Here you will also find a lot of helpful information about the Rally.
Malcolm and Lorraine Currie have organized a top of the Mainland tour in November. Checkout the events webpage for the details of the tour including an entry form. It looks to be a fantastic tour!
Just a quick note from me to say I have uploaded a series of AHCCNZ photos from the past to our website gallery here. These mainly black and white images show the “good old days” when the cars were cheap and the members a lot younger! Thanks to Mark Donaldson for supplying them. If you know any of the details of the photos please let me know and I will update the image descriptions. Enjoy the images and have a Merry Christmas.
Paul Johnson -AHCCNZ Web Manager
2017 Coast to Coast
For all those interested, photos of the 2017 Coast to Coast weekend have been uploaded to the AHCCNZ Photo Gallery here .
Special thanks to David Knightley for his fantastic photos (C2C-DK-***)
Don’t forget to check out the next edition of Healey Torque for the full article about the successful Coast to Coast Weekend
AHCCNZ 2018 Membership renewal
Membership renewal forms pre-populated with your details will be emailed out to current members next week. 2018 Membership renewal and payment is due by the 28th February 2018. Renewal instructions will accompany the email.
Big turnout – There are 21 Austin Healey’s on the Coast to Coast run. Details here Coast-to-Coast-2017
Here is the October Canterbury Going Places Newsletter
As a trial, this time Going Places is in Landscape format not Portrait. Try it and see what you think?
I would suggest that you go to “VIEW” in the toolbar and selected “FULL SCREEN” and each page should fill the whole screen. No scrolling up and down or dashing from side to side. To return the screen to the normal view, press the “ESC” button (mine is on the top left).
It is with great sadness I advise of Bernie Huynen’s recent passing. A celebration of Bernie’s life will be held at Southwards Car Museum on the 25th October at 1 pm. Details can be found here .
Here is a great video of a project to create a works Healey