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Hooray! The Whiti Beach Meet 2023 this Sunday! Easter Sunday, 9 April 2023 9:00am to 3:00pm, Buffalo Beach Reserve Whitianga

Buffalo Beach Reserve, Whitianga, will be full of cars, trucks, bikes and retro caravans this Sunday. The Beach Meet 2023 is finally ready to rock and roll. Reg Smith, leader of the organising committee says, “It doesn’t matter what you’re driving, there are no restrictions on year model, make or type of vehicle. If you know anyone that might like to enter their toy, we encourage you to invite them along.” Reg Smith says, “We want owners to enter anything that could be of interest to the motoring world and that includes motorbikes. We even have some military vehicles confirmed to be on show. “We want owners to enter anything that could be of interest to the motoring world and that includes motorbikes. We even have a number of military vehicles confirmed to be on show and Farmer Auto Village will also have a range of new vehicles on display from their extensive automotive portfolio which means the public can rub shoulders with the past as well as the future. Proceeds from the show will go to two worthy local causes, Project Mammogram and the Mercury Bay Cancer Support Trust. Entry forms and fees: Email to glasspro@xtra.co.nz or text / call Julie on 0274516406 with your details. $20.00 entry fee is to help cover some of the costs to run the event plus category prizes. Category prizes: The Whiti Beach Meet team has a comprehensive and generous spot and category prize pool so be in to win!! Don’t forget the best prize is to win the ride in the Pink Cadillac to Luke’s Kitchen, Kūaotunu, for a sumptuous lunch and return to Buffalo Beach. The main sponsors for the show are Farmer Autovillage and CFM who along with a host of local and further afield businesses have donated a comprehensive amount of category, spot and raffle prizes to be won. Enquiries to Reg Smith – glasspro@xtra.co.nz.

 

Caption: This are Ann & Keith Ganley’s cars. They are local club members. The cars couldn’t be more different; one (Ann’s car) is a 1955 Ford Popula powered by a V8 engine, and the other is a very tricked-up 2017 Mustang driven by her husband Keith.

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Hooray! The Whiti Beach Meet 2023 this Sunday! Easter Sunday, 9 April 2023 9:00am to 3:00pm, Buffalo Beach Reserve Whitianga

Buffalo Beach Reserve, Whitianga, will be full of cars, trucks, bikes and retro caravans this Sunday. The Beach Meet 2023 is finally ready to rock and roll. Reg Smith, leader of the organising committee says, “It doesn’t matter what you’re driving, there are no restrictions on year model, make or type of vehicle. If you know anyone that might like to enter their toy, we encourage you to invite them along.” Reg Smith says, “We want owners to enter anything that could be of interest to the motoring world and that includes motorbikes. We even have some military vehicles confirmed to be on show. “We want owners to enter anything that could be of interest to the motoring world and that includes motorbikes. We even have a number of military vehicles confirmed to be on show and Farmer Auto Village will also have a range of new vehicles on display from their extensive automotive portfolio which means the public can rub shoulders with the past as well as the future. Proceeds from the show will go to two worthy local causes, Project Mammogram and the Mercury Bay Cancer Support Trust. Entry forms and fees: Email to glasspro@xtra.co.nz or text / call Julie on 0274516406 with your details. $20.00 entry fee is to help cover some of the costs to run the event plus category prizes. Category prizes: The Whiti Beach Meet team has a comprehensive and generous spot and category prize pool so be in to win!! Don’t forget the best prize is to win the ride in the Pink Cadillac to Luke’s Kitchen, Kūaotunu, for a sumptuous lunch and return to Buffalo Beach. The main sponsors for the show are Farmer Autovillage and CFM who along with a host of local and further afield businesses have donated a comprehensive amount of category, spot and raffle prizes to be won. Enquiries to Reg Smith – glasspro@xtra.co.nz.

 

Caption: This are Ann & Keith Ganley’s cars. They are local club members. The cars couldn’t be more different; one (Ann’s car) is a 1955 Ford Popula powered by a V8 engine, and the other is a very tricked-up 2017 Mustang driven by her husband Keith.