Fellow club members John and Kerryn Jenner are involved in an Army Cadet Unit, “Legion of Frontiersmen”. These young Australian boys and girls do a fantastic job in the community and are heavily involved on Anzac Days carrying the banners identifying marching units.
John has issued an invitation to all WVCG members and friends to attend a fund raiser Cabaret at the Enfield Hotel on the 23rd August 2014, the featured entertainer will be Linda McCarthy. So we suggest you organise a group and place the date in your calendar.
For details click on the attached brochure.
Linda McCarthy poster
No: 5 ex Army Trailer for sale in excellent condition—No Rust,
has good tyres and tarp cover. These trailers are still being used
by the Australian army. New wheel bearing recently fitted.
The trailer can be yours for:
Contact: Tony Van Rhoda.
Ph: 08 8536 2627 Mob: 0409 833 879
The Centenary of WW1 is upon us. Re-enact SA invites The Wartime Conservation Vehicle Group to help us commemorate the first year, 1914, by helping us create a ‘time line’ of South Australia’s earlier history that leads up to the First World War. From this foundation, it is hoped you can attend again to the remaining years through to 1918 (2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018).
We are hoping to have represented the 1880’s through to 1945 with vehicles, artillery and historical displays with the special focus on WW1.
When: 20th & 21st September 2014 (Set up 19 September).
This date was significant in that all AIF formations raised in South Australia to answer the call, joined forces and marched through the streets of Adelaide.
Where: Morphettville Racecourse. This was where the 10th Battalion was raised, trained and camped prior to embarkation.
If you can attend please advise what level of interest there may be for forward planning reasons.
We request a current copy of your Public Liability Insurance (PLI) sent to the below email prior to the event to ensure participation.
Note: as it is a WW1 focus, parades and ceremonies will only involve WW1 elements. WW2 and other camps will be represented for the weekend to promote your club and our collective military history.
For Sale -1942 MB WILLYS JEEP
Engine No: 372348. Chassis No: MB163331 OWN
This is a unique opportunity to own what is one of the most popular military vehicles of
WW2. My jeep has been restored as a ground up project as a labour of love. Nothing was
spared during the restoration and if something was not quite right it was replaced with new.
The Jeep was painted in Desert Colours to reflect the service of Australian Troops in the
Western Desert Campaign in WW2.
The Jeep is on club registration which is not transferable.
Jeep Has all original panels with no rust. the I have always garaged the Jeep out of the
weather. The Jeep drives very well for a vehicle 72 years of age. The engine does not blow
smoke but it does mark its territory as most old veterans do. It is a very collectable Jeep. All
the hard work has been done.
Some of the parts replaced during the restoration with new:
- Complete new braking system.
- New set of Shockers Fitted.
- Reconditioned rear Diff.
- New fuel pump.
- New Carburettor.
- Converted from 6 volt to 12 volt.
- Complete new wiring Loom.
- New Battery.
- Reconditioned Radiator fitted.
- New Starter motor fitted.
- New Universal joints.
- New exhaust Manifold.
- 4 x New Bar Tread Tyres fitted.
- New Exhaust system.
- New Free Wheeling Hubs fitted.
- New Stop-Tail and Turning LED lighting.
- New head gasket, Engine Head Shaved and new Thermostat fitted. (Recently Done).
- Engine Head Bolts replaced with new Studs and Bolts.
- Air Cleaner replaced with new Cartridge type
Included in the sale.
- Original WW2 WS620 Radio, Original Manuals and all fittings. In working condition.
- Detachable “A” Frame for towing Jeep behind your vehicle.
- AM—FM Radio Cassette.
- Large Desert Camouflage Net.
Genuine reason for selling and is a reluctant sale.
Contact: 08 8536 2627 – Email: email@example.com
FOR SALE 1942 Ford GPW Jeep
This vehicle has had all new brakes.
The head has been removed and machined.
The vehicle has been converted to Right Drive.
The indicators has been placed into the Blackout lights also all lights have been checked and fixed.
The vehicle has also had the latest fuses added for ease of replacement and isolated switch has been added for more protection.
Tyres are near new and a Canvas covers has been made to cover the vehicle when hood and windscreen have been folded down.
The vehicle drives really well for its age.
On club Rego non transferable.
Price: $20,000 ONO – Contact: 0405 203 044
24th NOVEMBER 2013, AT 1000 HR’S ONWARD.
The members of the Historic Motor Vehicles Club invite the members of
WVCG to the real old fashioned picnic at Clayton on Lake Alexandrina on Sunday 24th October 2013.
All Historic Vehicle Clubs are invited, Club Regalia is encouraged.
There will be no trophies or Badges, just a space to park. There are Barbeques available and a shop nearby, but it is suggested that all club members bring their own everything.
All club members are encouraged to come along as a club and bring the whole family with them so they can all have a great day out.
There is no entry fee and no paper work, so there is no need to register, but a phone call or e-mail to advise if you are attending would be appreciated.
For more information phone or e-mail Richard Lang on 0423 524 481
Phone: 08 8554 2496
Engine No – T1771856C
VIN No – 17181
On Club Permit No 00536H. Nice neat little ute. Always garaged.
Has no transfer case, drive is straight from the gear box to the rear differential. The Front differential is plated off.
The vehicle was built by Glen Stones for the 1995 “Back to the Track” trip to Darwin.
Contact Len SANFORD
Phone: 03 5156 8026
A unique military 1980 Series 3 FFR Land Rover, probably the most complete example in the country.
Ready for show or just to enjoy – all of the hard work has already been done. Find more details here:
A clearance sale of items belonging to the late Bob Mosley is to be held on the 2nd November 2013. Viewing at 0830 Hr’s and auction at 0900 Hr’s. The sale will be held on the property, Lot 60 Pullen Road Hindmarsh Island SA. Ray White Real Estate will conduct the Clearance Sale. Auction. Item include;
Floor sand blasting cabinet. 10 gallon sand blaster.RDX800i Free airflow suction capacity unit.30 gallon 180 PSI gas powered two stage air compressor no less than $800.00.Small compressor.A frame for towing (Military). Pedestal drill press. Woodman 12 inch planer. Ryobi belt sander. Two bench saws. Gantry. Oxy equipment. 10 ton capacity hydraulic body frame repair kit. Air tool equipment. Angle grinders. Massey Ferguson Tractor. Bucket and grader blade for tractor. De Havilland Gypsy 2 to 3 person sail boat with trailer.
Cement mixer. King size waterbed mattress. Electrical Tools including 2 nail guns. Shelving. Car parts and tyres. Motor bike ramps. Fishing gear. Push bike. Two pallets of bricks. 6 burner barbecue. Sheets of metal including complete shed bar frame work. Bric a brac. Hino Camo truck. Beaver Tail Recovery truck.
Contact: Owen Phelan.
Ray White Real Estate.
Mount Barker SA.
Ph: 08 8391 6866 Mob: 0407 664 491
RSA and WVCG staged a combined re-enactment of battles fought in France in 1944 in Crawford forest on Saturday 21st September 2013. RSA provided allied troops in the form of British Army infantry, German Luftwaffe paratroops (Fallschirmjäger), and Wehrmacht infantry. WVCG provided Mick Jenner’s “captured” jeep in German livery, and Rick Shearman’s Greyhound. Also provided was Doug Greville’s Kettenkrad, a German half track motor cycle.
The jeep and Kettenkrad were mainly used for transporting the German troops around the battle area, but the jeep was also used in an armed reconnaissance. At one stage, the jeep was used to repatriate a Wehrmacht soldier to base camp who had injured his knee during a battle. Later in the day Rick’s Greyhound was brought into service to flush out the Germans hiding in cover in an ambush, the 37mm gas-fired cannon making much noise.
Mick Jenner’s jeep was subsequently “destroyed” in its hiding position by Alan Newton firing the cannon on the Greyhound.
All involved enjoyed the day’s activities, and a further event is planned for the new year (after fire season) when the event will be expanded to include more vehicles in active engagements. The Crawford Forest venue is excellent, with varying wooded terrain and many interesting tracks. Its such a pleasant place to hold a battle. All WVCG members are encouraged to provide their vehicles for the next event. More later.
“Horst Muller” aka Mick Jenner with his “captured” German jeep.
Doug Greville’s Kettenkrad
Rick Shearman and the M8 Greyhound with Alan Newton in the gun turret