Bob Mosely’s Clearance Sale

CLEARANCE SALE

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.

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Contact: Owen Phelan.
Ray White Real Estate.
Mount Barker SA.
Ph: 08 8391 6866  Mob: 0407 664 491

Mount Crawford Forest Event

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.

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Doug Greville’s Kettenkrad
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Rick Shearman and the M8 Greyhound with Alan Newton in the gun turret

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MORGAN EXTENDED WEEKEND 19-20 OCTOBER 2013

A light armoured column, Army Group A, with support elements, may possibly de- part the Shearman Facility at Tungkillo on Friday am 18th October 2013 and biv- ouac overnight at Camp Cutajar, Swan Reach. Saturday 19th October 2013 they may move north through Blanchetown and bivouac on the eastern side of the River Murray at a predetermined RV near Morgan.

Not withstandingany move by Army Group A, mounted reconnaissance units, Army Group B, will depart from the parking area opposite the bakery in Lyndoch at 1000 Hr’s on Saturday 19th October 2013 and move approximately 100km in a NE direc- tion through the backtracks via Seppeltsfield, Moppa, St Kitts, Dutton, Stonefields and Mt Mary before joining up with the other column and bivouac at Morgan. There will be very minimal bitumen driving.

On Saturday night, many of the attendees camped will dine at the Commercial Ho- tel, organ after a controlled river ferry crossing,
Sunday 20th October 2013 will be available for local vehicle display outside the Ho- tels in Morgan and for a reconnaissance in the local National Park. Then most ele- ments will return to Adelaide via Eudunda and Kapunda, or via Blanchetown, Pipe- line Road, Angaston and Lyndoch.

If Army Group A, are unable to attend, all vehicles will consolidate and depart from the carpark opposite the bakery at Lyndoch at 1000 Hr’s on Saturday, 19th October 2013.

Currently, the armoured column, Army Group A, may consist of Rick Shearman’s Greyhound Armoured Car towing a Ben Hur trailer, Tony Luke’s Bedford QL Ra- dio Van, Sam Cutajar’s Jeep and trailer, and other TBA. The reconnaissance unit, Army Group B, may consist of Darryl Lavis’s Jeep, Geoff Klau’s Jeep and trailer, Richmond Grebory’s Land Rover and trailer, Bob Cottle’s Diahatsu, others TBA, with forward scout Mark Gregory on a motor cycle.

OLD FASHIONED PICNIC – VICTOR HARBOR

HISTORIC MOTOR VEHICLES CLUB  – VICTOR HARBOR
CLAYTON BAY—OLD FASHIONED PICNIC
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
E-mail secretary@hmvc.oeg.com

Harry BELCHER
Assistant Secretary
Phone: 08 8554 2496

HISTORIC MOTOR VEHICLES CLUB 30th ANNUAL SWAP MEET

HISTORIC MOTOR VEHICLES CLUB
30th ANNUAL SWAP MEET
AT THE STRATHALBYN HARNESS RACING CLUB—SUNDAY 20th OCTOBER 2013
GATES OPEN AT 0600 HR’S SELLERS—0630 HR’S FOR BUYERS

Catering for motor enthusiasts of all ages with new and old classics. Automobilia, spare parts, books collectibles and more and something for all the family.—buyers admission $5.00 adults, children free.

For further enquiries: historic motor vehicles club, victor harbor

HISTORIC MOTOR VEHICLES CLUB 2014 EVENTS

HISTORIC MOTOR VEHICLES CLUB
2014 EVENTS  INCLUDE

VICTOR HARBOR—AUTOJUMBLE SWAPMEET—SUNDAY 2ND FEBRUARY 2014
CORNER OF Jolly & Warne Street VICTOR HARBOR

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: hmvc. Mobile: 0419 848 512

VICTOR HARBOR  –  TOY FAIR & COLLECTABLES—SATURDAY 4TH JANUARY 2014
ENCOUNTER BAY OVAL,  RING ROAD Encounter Bay

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Margaret Winston. Mob: 0417 585 397

Joint WVCG and RSA re-enactment

SATURDAY 21st SEPTEMBER 2013

Members should all be aware by now that the Pichi Richi Troop Train event has been cancelled. This was a Disappointment for those of us who were intending to attend. But we will still be holding a joint re-enactment event with our
friends of the RSA.

The event will be held in the Mt Crawford forest on Saturday 21/09/2013 for a day of combat. The theme will be France
1944, so we will all fit in, however the RSA are very sensitive regarding authenticity. So if we participate we must look
the part, For Axis forces they suggest Luftwaffe Fallschurmjager coveralls. Captured Jeeps will be OK with captured
markings.

It is suggested we be in the forest any time from 0800 Hr’s. The battle commences at 0900 Hr’s. We meet at the Cromer
Campsite. The forest is booked until 1400 Hr’s on Sunday so you can camp overnight on Saturday.

Download flyer here
Download Mt Crawford map here

EDITOR.

Cancelled – The Benghazi Express

The executive of the WVCG wish to advise that we have been ad- vised by the organisers of the Pichi Richi Railway that our planned joint Troop Train re-enactment with the SA Re-enactment Group has been cancelled. This means the WVCG will not be travelling to Quorn this year and we will not be part of the annual October Long Weekend Troop Train re-enactment.
This has been a blow to those in the WVCG and the RSA who have worked so hard this year to make it happen. The new people in charge at the Pichi Richi Railway were not in favour of the earlier decisions made to stage the event. It is disappointing that they left it to the last minute to advise us.
The WVCG and the RSA will still look at staging a joint event and once details are known a special bulletin will be sent to all WVCG members and also placed on our new website.

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