Sharing their passion

COOTAMUNDRA Antique Motor Club members relished the opportunity to share their passion on Friday, showing their motor cars to Cootamundra High School students.

A large number of students flocked to the antique vehicles which were parked in the high school quadrangle, asking questions of their owners and meaning through the impressive display.

Cootamundra Antique Motor Club member Barry Gavin said the aim of the initiative is to promote heritage motoring.

“To encourage interest so we can keep these vehicles going and in good condition for the future,” Mr Gavin said.

Mr Gavin commented that young people loved these vehicles.

He said it was a good opportunity to promote the club and hopefully attract new members and generate interest in younger people.

“We have a couple of young members but we’d love some more,” Mr Gavin said.

Mr Gavin added that members didn’t need to a “you beaut car” necessarily.

The club’s Father’s day Swap meet this Sunday, is also shaping up to be a massive event with 193 sites booked.

Swap Meet co-ordinator Lyn Gavin told the Herald that there will be “everything and anything” from jewellery, to craft, bric-a-brac and licorice to name a few.

Gates will open at 6am, with the Riding for the Disabled providing the catering.

HISTORY: Enjoying the display from the Cootamundra Antique Motor Club at Cootamundra High School on Friday was student Lachlan Cameron.

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