The Veteran and Vintage Chevrolet Automobile Association of Australia - South Australian Branch was established in May 1975.

The club is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the Chevrolet motor vehicle and caters for all Chevrolets.

We conduct meetings in the Combined Car Clubs rooms at Clark Avenue Glandore at 8pm on the first Friday of each month (except January) and we proudly display our vehicles through the streets of Adelaide and surrounding areas on a monthly basis.  Visitors are most welcome.

Note:  The Photo Gallery page is mainly graphics, therefore may be slow loading up.  We do apologise for the inconvenience but hope you enjoy the pictures anyway.

To apply for or to renew your membership please click on the membership form link below and forward the completed renewal form with your payment to the Membership secretary. If you have been issued a log book then you need  to complete a Statutory Declaration form each year.    This form is available by clicking on the Statutory Declaration link below, complete the form and send it to the historic registrar.







VVCAA application/renewal form



Historic Statutory Declaration
                     
    

VVCAA constitution 2018v2.pdf
Contact Us
Post:           PO Box 436, Plympton SA 5038

E-Mail:         sachevrolet@oldchev.org.au
Our Website Host is:
Veteran & Vintage Chevrolet Automobile Association of Australia (SA Branch)
 
           2020 – 2021 Committee

President                                      Owen McArdle

Vice President                           Martin Flaherty

Secretary                                     Niole (Lee) Mezzino

Treasurer                                    Don Graham

Membership Secretary       Alec Stevens

Editor                                             David Bourne

Historic Registrar              Bob Daly

Events Co Ordinator            Bob Verrall

Librarian                                      Martin Flaherty

Clubroom Delegate       Gary Beelitz

Property Officer                   Michael Flaherty

Club Photographer              Bob Verrall

Federation Delegate           Laurie Wickes