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Keema Cars

Unit 34-40, Shore St West, Cleveland, QLD, 4163

Keema Cars is a third-generation family owned dealership, with over 57 years of experience finding cars for people.


All American Car Club Of Cairns Inc

PO Box 13N, Cairns North, QLD, 4870

The All American Car Club of Cairns Inc was established on the 8th of September 1997 and caters for American car owners, as well as people interested in American Cars. Our club is open to all American vehicles regardless of make, model, age or value. As such our members are able to enjoy a diverse range of vehicles within the club. Our emphasis is on Cruising, Fun and Enjoyment The club has a busy social calender; Members are expected to abide by the rules of the club and if they have cars on concessional registration abide by the guidelines imposed by the Dept of Transport. Members are also expected to participate in activities of the club. We have general meetings on the last Sunday of each month most of the time at 10.00 a.m. held at the Yorkey's Knob Community Centre, Crn Wattle & Cunningham St's Yorkey's Knob .Some times the meetings are held at different venues to make things available to all members. Anyone interested in joining us at one of our events are very welcome.

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Torana Club

Unit 3, 133 Railway Pde, Thorneside, QLD, 4158

Torana Club is your source of information of all things Torana. We provide information and technical support for the Holden Torana as well as merchandise and memorabilia. For more information visit our website.


User Guide To Car Clubs

Car clubs are groups of people who share a common interest in motor vehicles. Car clubs have been in existence for decades as non-profit organizations organized by enthusiasts around a type of vehicle or brand. Some car clubs since the 1960s were sponsored by car dealers to promote their business.
There are two types of car clubs: offline or traditional car clubs, and online car clubs.

Offline or traditional car clubs host gatherings called meets for members and non-members. Cars of a particular period are displayed to the public with other games and events for the enjoyment of those present. Traditional car clubs also sponsor benefits such as publications that contain photographs, services, vehicles for sale or rent, and car advice. Other events include racing, cruising, shows, and community service activities.

Online car clubs, on the other hand, are online communities with a large number of members who also share a common interest for vehicles based on model or brand. These online communities are free for all, thereby gaining a large number of followers and enthusiasts compared to a single traditional car club. Online car clubs provide forums, content databases of vehicles and the like, photo sharing, and other services pertaining to the vehicles they support.

Car clubs in Australia have increased over the years and have established an online presence to promote their interest for motor vehicles. Online communities have also increased in number showing that many Australians have a great appreciation and support for motor vehicles.

The Australian Automobile Association the peak body that represents all other motor vehicle clubs in the country to national and international events since 1924. It has supported and coordinated activities to promote the automobile industry and influenced public policy in Australia. It is also a member of the Alliance Internationale de Tourisme and the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile, which represent more than 160 motor vehicle clubs in over 120 countries.

Advantages of joining car clubs

  • Joining car clubs is a great way to get advice, tips and trick on how to drive your car.
  • It makes you aware of environmental problems and provides possible solutions so off-road tracks will remain open.
  • Car clubs are full of people who share the same passion for cars and the environment.
  • It provides opportunities to discover new locations to visit with family and friends.
  • Car clubs offer new and exciting activities and competitions for car enthusiasts to enjoy.

Tips to organize a car club

  • Organizing a car club can be very difficult. Ask for assistance from a friend or someone who can help you with the initial organization.
  • It is very important to work out the basic structure of the club. Decide on the mission statement as well as the target membership.
  • Most clubs have a specific model or brand of car that they are focused on. Make sure that you structure your club around that particular car.
  • Decide on how your club will hold meetings, where and when will it hold such meetings.

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18 Jun 2016

The All American Car Club of Cairns is a very friendly and family car club. The monthly meetings at ...
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All American Car Club Of Cairns Inc

PO Box 13N, Cairns North, QLD
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