The 2018 Toowoomba Swap will be held on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th February, 2018.
Keith will be attending the Swap @ his usual site, if you would like to order parts for collection, please give him a ring on 03 5368 1088.
2018 will be the 46th Toowoomba Swap Meet and it is now counted among the biggest three such events in Australia. Some of you might not know that it is organised and managed solely by the Darling Downs Veteran & Vintage Motor Club Inc. (DDVVMC).
Keith @ – Ballarat Swap (next door to Ballarat Airport)
Friday 23rd February 7am – 6pm
and all day Saturday 24th February, 2018
Ring Keith if there are any parts you wish to order – to pick-up on either day from the Swap on 035368 1088.
We have returned home to Ballan after completing 9,807 kms and what a trip it was! There were many highlights and it was brilliant to meet with so many A Model drivers at the Top End! Our Thanks to our Wonderful NT Hosts for making it all possible – an adventure we will never forget.
Check out our websites Products page for the latest catalogues available to view or download.
Products are continually being updated and prices are subject to change without notice.
If the part you are searching for is not listed in the current catalogues, please do not hesitate to phone so that we can source the part for you. Phone: (03) 5368 1088.
Just a little news story about Keith’s accident – everyone has been asking to see some photos of the AA Truck.
On December 14th 2014, driving home city bound on the Western Highway at Springbank after doing a tour of the Christmas lights, Keith was rear-ended by a B Double Semi-Trailer doing approximately 110kms. The shunt from behind at first propelled Keith at an extra 20 km faster and he said it felt really exhilarating!
He then careered on two wheels down the ditch on the side of the freeway, with grass catching in the hubs and then back onto the freeway stopping sideways in the fast lane. With the engine still running, Keith was able to throw the AA Truck into reverse and back into safety, narrowly avoiding yet another semi who left the second set of really impressive tyre marks in the over taking lane – that you can still see today – just after the bridge at Wallace.
We didn’t include the photos of his severe bruising as it would put you off your food. We have included some of the truck damage (it was subsequently written off by Shannons, who were fantastic by the way). We will be pleased to show you photos of the repairs once they are completed.
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