Vryheid Vintage Car Club Annual Car Show - 13 June 2015

Another show, another successful day.
All-in-all we were blessed with ideal weather and a superb attendance by the general public.   Once again we had an unbelievable turnout of the pre WW11 vintage vehicle and will endeavour to keep up the high standards achieved.
Various clubs were well represented, namely Volvo, Alfa Romeo, Vryheid Old Wheels, Natal Midlands Club, Early Car Club, Old Tooter Club, Early Car Club and the private Ford collection of Hennie Kritzinger.   The Volvo Owners Club, who have dubbed their departure to the VVCC the "Walk to Vryheid", have completed their 8th consecutive year and displayed 25 vehicles this year.   We were also well supported by privately owned and club owned motorcycles.   All club support is imperative to these charity events and all car clubs, vintage and classic alike, are invited to support the show and become an institution like the Volvo members.
To the Vintage and Classic Car fraternity who have yet to attend this event, you are encouraged to diarise the annual upcoming car show for 2016.   For additional information regarding the proposed 2016 annual car show, contact our secretarty - Mr Dieter Oltmann at 082 496 3518.
Facts and figures pertaining to the 2015 Car Show:
Visitors: + - 2000
Vehicles on display - Approximately 280 (including modern vehicles)
Pre WW11 vehicles (Pre 1940) - 35 (35 owned by VVCC members)
.......Ford Model T's (Pre 1930) - 2
Our grateful thanks go to:
All visitors and supporters for your enthusiasm in sharing in the vehicles of yesteryear and fellowship.   The suid-oos NG Church for providing the meals and niceties for the day.   We understand that the sales were a huge success.
John Kitching once again for his running commentary and announcements throughout the duration of the show.
Vryheid Dealers - Inyanga Motors, Mascor, VW and John Deere, Ritchie Auto and Kia Vryheid, Bundu Outdoor Centre, D7 Boating and 4x4 Club.
JVS Towing and Bruce Gaskell - for his effortless work in assisting in the transporting of stationery engines and vintage tractors to the show grounds.
All clubs that attended.
Stall Owners (25) - Too many to mention from far afield.
Hospice - Managing the gate control in High Street.
All sponsors not mentioned here, please accept our heartfelt gratitude for your continuous support and will be thanked individually.
All the VVCC members who worked extremely hard and supported the chairman and committee members in achieving this successful show.
Submitted by Des Lemmon-Warde