Historic Vehicle Authority of New Zealand

The Vintage Car Club of New Zealand


New Zealand’s Foremost Historic Motoring Authority

Welcome to one of the largest motoring clubs in New Zealand. With over 8,000 members and many thousands of vehicles and motorcycles listed on the club’s database, the Vintage Car Club of New Zealand offers something for everyone. You don’t need to own a Vintage vehicle to become a member – our club caters for all Types of cars, motorcycles, commercial and military vehicles which are over 30 years old and are in compliance with VCC period category requirements.

The club has 36 branches throughout New Zealand and runs a variety of events to cater for all our members: tarseal trundles, rural runs, hillclimbs, swapmeets and speed events as well as regular club evenings around the country for a yarn with like minded enthusiasts.

Our members share a common appreciation for fascination of age, the individuality and the functional elegance of vehicles from a by-gone era. Club-eligible vehicles include Veteran, Vintage, Post War, Post 1960, Post 1980, Commercial, Motorcycle and Historic Racing vehicles.

Browse through our website to check out the upcoming events in your area or maybe you can find a bargain in our marketplace.

LATEST NEWS:  Download a copy of the latest President’s Newsletter to all members.

2022 VERO International Festival of Historic Motoring.  16-21 January 2022

Late registrations are still being collected. Click here to register online. (This link will take you to the festival website.)  Register today. With well over 500 vehicle entries we are look forward to a fantastic week of motoring in the ‘Naki!
Visit the festival website for more information. www.historicmotoring.co.nz

 2021 Daffodil Rally for Cancer 22 August 2021

Well Covid has added a cheeky hairpin to the road ahead – each branch is making decisions on their local Daffodil Rally for Cancer events based on the emerging lockdown details and we hope to make decisions at a national level when the Covid situation is less fluid.  Please check out our website page vcc.org.nz/daffodil-rally-cancer/ to find out the latest information and any postponement days for event in your areas. This page is being updated regularly as information comes to hand.

Donations can still be made at www.daffodil day.org.nz/donate, just enter vintage car club into the search box until 31 October 2021.  All money raised goes to your local branch of the Cancer Society. 

Beaded Wheels our club magazine will be available for purchase online from Monday 9 August – click below to get your digital copy, our June/July issue is available for sale by issuu.com.