The Alfa Romeo Owners Club (AROCA) is a vibrant club which supports owners and enthusiasts with a range of social and competition activities to suit all tastes.
Last chance to get in some practice before the 2015 Alfa Club 10 hr.
Booking close by Monday 3rd August.
Alfa Romeo Owners Club has been again been invited to again to participate in the Motorclassica Club Sandwich. We will have a club display of 15 fine examples of various classic cars.
This year Club Sandwich will be exclusive to RACV Motorclassica visitors and included in the show entry price, open from 9am – 5pm on Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th October 2015.
All club members are welcome to attend the workshop visit to Maranello Pur Sang for a technical night concentrate on classic and modern and Alfas. For any club members who own or are perhaps contemplating purchasing or improving a modern or classic Alfas this is one of those must be there of occasions. Bruno and Giancarlo will be on hand on the night to answer technical and service related queries on the earlier 105 Series cars and 159 diesel fuel injection systems on the current models. The workshop will be open from 6.30pm. BBQ and refreshments available from 7.00pm.
Bruno Colautti has organised a day out with a difference; a Sunday Drive, Lunch and a Movie, all on the same day. The first stage of the drive will be to Yea for a short coffee and or tea break. Stage two will take in some interesting roads on the way to the lunch stop, at the Bonnie Doon Hotel.
After lunch our drive will continue to Swanpool Theater for an matinee in this wonderful old style movie house for a full-length movie, cartoons and some old screen adds to remind everyone of days long gone, and if time permits, a special short film or two. The movie show will kick of 2pm so no delays over lunch. Movie tickets $12.50 each.
The day will finish at 4pm with a cuppa and biscuit after the movie show.
One of the most popular workshop visits for club members each year is to Historic & Vintage Restorations in Blackburn. Over many years the craftsmen at H&VR have turned out some remarkable cars and complete restoration work on large numbers of classic cars, including many Alfa Romeos. An invitation has been extended to AROCA Vic club members to visit the these unique premises.
At any time there are many different classic cars undergoing various degrees of body and or mechanical restoration in the H&VR workshop, so this will be a great opportunity to talk to Paul Chaleyer and Michael Ponchard and see how the professional vehicle restorers go about their work of bringing classic cars back to life.