It is with a great deal of regret the committee of Tayside Classic Car Club have decided to cancel our Classic Motor Show due to be held at Errol Airfield on Sunday 13th June. The continuing uncertainty of when restrictions on outdoor events will be lifted as well as the possibility of enhanced rules and restrictions on numbers make, we feel holding of the show unviable. We are very disappointed that we will for another year miss meeting all of our loyal exhibitors and visitors but concerns for your health and safety must come first. The loss to our usual charities is also a matter of regret to us all. We are hopeful that by next year we will all have conquered or at least learnt to live with Coronavirus and will be back at Errol on Sunday 12th June 2022. We have also agreed to cancel both our Road Run and Picnic on 2nd May and Dobbie’s Day on 4th July Please keep safe everyone and hopefully we will all be able to meet again later this year and we can all look forward to a more normal 2022.

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  • 26 March, 2021
  • Comments Off on It is with a great deal of regret the committee of Tayside Classic Car Club have decided to cancel our Classic Motor Show due to be held at Errol Airfield on Sunday 13th June. The continuing uncertainty of when restrictions on outdoor events will be lifted as well as the possibility of enhanced rules and restrictions on numbers make, we feel holding of the show unviable. We are very disappointed that we will for another year miss meeting all of our loyal exhibitors and visitors but concerns for your health and safety must come first. The loss to our usual charities is also a matter of regret to us all. We are hopeful that by next year we will all have conquered or at least learnt to live with Coronavirus and will be back at Errol on Sunday 12th June 2022. We have also agreed to cancel both our Road Run and Picnic on 2nd May and Dobbie’s Day on 4th July Please keep safe everyone and hopefully we will all be able to meet again later this year and we can all look forward to a more normal 2022.

The vehicles shown are a 1966 Morris Oxford Farina Auto and a 1964 Riley belonging to Roger Smale from Arbroath. Roger has recently joined the club but long standing members will remember Roger from around 10 years ago when he was previously a member of the club. He did visit us when we were in Arbroath late last year and was delighted that he did recognize a few of us. Hopefully we will meet Roger again when we are allowed to meet up again.

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  • 22 March, 2021
  • Comments Off on The vehicles shown are a 1966 Morris Oxford Farina Auto and a 1964 Riley belonging to Roger Smale from Arbroath. Roger has recently joined the club but long standing members will remember Roger from around 10 years ago when he was previously a member of the club. He did visit us when we were in Arbroath late last year and was delighted that he did recognize a few of us. Hopefully we will meet Roger again when we are allowed to meet up again.

This 1999 Aston Martin belongs to Tom Oakman from Cupar who has recently joined the club. We hope to be able to meet him in person when lockdown restrictions are lifted a little.

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  • 5 March, 2021
  • Comments Off on This 1999 Aston Martin belongs to Tom Oakman from Cupar who has recently joined the club. We hope to be able to meet him in person when lockdown restrictions are lifted a little.

Arthur Martin has recently moved to Dundee and is due to retire in April and hoping to devote more time to his 1986 Ford Capri. He bought the car in 1990 and it was put off the road in 1994 before being briefly remerging for a couple of years in 2010. The car is structurally solid but could do with a thorough mechanical overhaul. Any suggestions of someone to help would be gratefully received. Once restrictions are lifted he hopes to become an active member of the club and meet up with members with a similar interest.

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  • 28 February, 2021
  • Comments Off on Arthur Martin has recently moved to Dundee and is due to retire in April and hoping to devote more time to his 1986 Ford Capri. He bought the car in 1990 and it was put off the road in 1994 before being briefly remerging for a couple of years in 2010. The car is structurally solid but could do with a thorough mechanical overhaul. Any suggestions of someone to help would be gratefully received. Once restrictions are lifted he hopes to become an active member of the club and meet up with members with a similar interest.

New member Fortunato Ciucci from Dundee owns this is a Vauxhall Victor FE 2300, 4 speed manual, in Flamenco Red. She was first registered in 1974 in Warrington, He is the sixth owner and currently the speedo reads 56.146 miles. The vehicle is decent both mechanical and cosmetic order and runs very well. He loves taking her for a drive when the weather is nice.

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  • 19 January, 2021
  • Comments Off on New member Fortunato Ciucci from Dundee owns this is a Vauxhall Victor FE 2300, 4 speed manual, in Flamenco Red. She was first registered in 1974 in Warrington, He is the sixth owner and currently the speedo reads 56.146 miles. The vehicle is decent both mechanical and cosmetic order and runs very well. He loves taking her for a drive when the weather is nice.