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Our Club Meeting held on a balmy Wednesday night at Westpoint Star Mercedes-Benz
Well over 100 cars piled in to Perry Lakes Reserve for another fantastic instalment of German Car Day
Gathering in Stirk Park, Kalamunda, some 80+ members enjoyed the stunning summer sun, enjoyable company and a beautiful display of cars.
To honour the late Maurice Brockwell, the run starts from South Perth and meanders to Whiteman Park.
Our first official Club Meeting at Mean Machines was a hit!
The ever growing contingent of members involved in the Weekend Away headed north this year, to sunny Dongara.
A small quorum of members gathered at The Vic in Subiaco for the 2016 Annual General Meeting
A somewhat shorter country run took place in late July, braving the cold winter morning for a beautiful drive to the Yanchep Inn.
An informal evening run to Mean Machines in Morley
Starting in Parliament Place, the convoy headed off for a 1.5 hour journey eastward. Passing through the hills and the historic town of York, the drive concluded at the Greenhills Inn for a fantastic roast lunch!
Club Member and W116 aficionado Nathan Vujcich presented an enjoyable and informative presentation on his love for the model.
A small group of members gathered at Lake Monger on a bleak Thursday afternoon, for a blast north to the Indian Ocean Brewing Company in Mindarie. Two coupes and two AMGs provided some great photos!
An annual event run by the Council of Motoring Clubs, this event attracts hundreds of cars from around the state.
An informal run from our clubrooms in South Perth to Clancy's in City Beach.
The 18th installment of the German Car Day included a convoy drive from East Perth to the beautiful South West Town of Dwellingup. A beautiful sunny day provided a great setting for a shining display of vehicles!
This edition of the Mid-Week Run saw us meet at Lo Quay Cafe, prior to driving south to Mandurah for a scenic canal cruise, followed by lunch at the Mandurah Offshore Fishing & Sailing Club.
A beautiful Summer breakfast in the park was attended by 66 of our members and their families. This event was a perfect way to start the year and to welcome the new faces we have gathered over the past 12 months.
Starting at Parliament Place in West Perth, we took the most direct route to Bunbury witnessing the devastation of recent bushfires. Mercedes-Benz Bunbury then put on a show for us, with a BBQ lunch and several very special cars on display.
45 Members came to share in the festivities at our clubrooms located at the South Perth Lawn Tennis Club. In addition to the food supplied by the members, the club put on a bbq, drinks and there was even a three-pointed star Christmas cake. A great night to end the year!
A final run for the cars for 2016 saw us gather in West Perth, prior to driving in convoy to the Margaret River Chocolate Factory in the Swan Valley.
Our November monthly meeting was replaced with an informal drive from our clubrooms in Como to the Left Bank in Fremantle.
A small selection of members gathered in Fremantle for the beginning of the Brockwell Run, prior to taking a short drive to Kings Park where the kids enjoyed a good run around on the grass and the playground!
For 2015 weventured north of the city, to Barbagallo Raceway where the Historic Touring Cars round was being held.33 of our members' finest took pride of place on the grassed area beside the track for all to see. As a special treat, we celebrated 30 years of the W124 with nine examples of the model in attendance, including all of the four body types!
The 4th installment of this ever-expanding show saw 180+ cars on the grounds of Wesley College, glistening in the sunshine.
Our members were treated to an afternoon of technical discussion, surrounded by some of the finest machines produced by Mercedes-Benz.
29 Members and their families headed off for the 3 hour journey to Margaret River. By the looks of it, they had a great time!
Our Annual General Meeting was held at The Vic Hotel in Subiaco on the 14th of August. 44 members attended and ushered in a new committee amongst the items of business.
An excellent crowd enjoyed a scenic drive out to Gidgegannup to visit the Bailup Farm Museum, which features a healthy selection of Ford's and a Mercedes-Benz to keep us happy!
Club members Jon Twigger and Orlan Berkin have recently started their own independent Mercedes-Benz service centre. They payed host to 13 of our members, for a morning of technical discussion and a BBQ.
As a service to our members with vehicles on historic registration, we offer them the possibility of having a yearly vehicle inspection. A health check if you will. This year 13 vehicles took up that opportunity and gave us another fine display of beautiful classic Mercedes-Benz.
One of our premier events for the year, featuring guest speaker Rosco McGlashan - the fastest Aussie on Earth! We also enjoyed some fine food and wine at Royal Perth Golf Club and can't wait for next year's dinner.
This is the biggest classic car display in WA and we are very proud to be a part of it. 19 of our members' cars arrived for an early morning start at Whiteman Park and the day certainly did not disappoint.
Our biggest one yet! From a familiar starting point in East Perth, to a new venue in Chidlow, some 220 cars joined in the celebration and helped raise money for Wheels for Hope.
This annual event has been stedily growing in recent years to become one of our premier events. Starting at Parliament Place, a short drive was made through Kings Park to Beaton Park where a BBQ breakfast awaited.
Our members decended upon the Galaxy Drive-In in the northern Perth suburb of Kingsley for a lovely sunset viewing of two films.
A great number of German Cars descended on Rockingham for what turned out to be a very wet and windy day.