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Collectors, enthusiasts,

restorers, tinkerers, connoisseurs

and good ol' car fanatics…

During 1903, the Automobile Association (AA) established its first NZ clubs in Auckland and Canterbury, followed by Nelson, Otago and Wellington two years later. 1905 saw Canterbury AA organise the first full-scale car race, the Great Automobile Gymkhana at Addington trotting grounds – 30 cars participated watched by 800 spectators. Made up of collectors, enthusisasts, restorers, 

tinkerers, connoisseurs and car fanatics – car clubs proliferated after WWII and by 1947 the Association of New Zealand Car Clubs (ANZCC) was founded.

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Wolseley Car Club of NZ

The first Wolseley company founded by Fredrick York Wolseley originated around the turn of the century as a manufacture of sheep shearing machinery. The first production model used a single cylinder horizontal 3.5hp engine, which was progressively enlarged to 6hp. Bigger vehicles made on similar lines soon followed, notably the 8 and 12hp twin cylinder models. www.wolseleycarclubnz.co.nz

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