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If you wish to register your vehicle for the 2019 George Old Car Show
please click on the button below.  Please note that the cut-off date for
vehicles is 1975. Vehicles manufactured from 1976 onwards will be
reviewed by the SCOCC Committee before approval. If you feel that
your vehicle should be allowed or you are a member of a motor club,
please send your contact and vehicle details to admin@scocc.co.za

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Exquisite Model Car Display

The George Old Car Show, proudly driven by Oakhurst Insurance Company, takes place on 10 – 11 February 2018.

The show will once again have an indoor display of over 5 000 model cars, of which a large percentage will be for sale. This gives young and old an opportunity to admire or purchase a car in small scale that brings back memories of a vehicle he or she, or a parent possessed many years ago.

This display is a highlight of the show and is also thoroughly enjoyed by the children, maybe to the disadvantage of their parents’ pockets!

Bunny Wentzel of Sportique Collectable Models from Johannesburg will be attending the show again, where he will be displaying and selling one of the best model car products in the world, i.e. the CMC range from Germany.

Pictured here is their latest model, the Talbot Lago Coupé T150 C-SS “Teardrop” of 1937 – 1939 in 1:18 scale (18 times smaller).

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Despatch Club shows rare Ford Corsair

 (George, Jan 2018) - The ​22nd George Old Car Show, driven by Oakhurst Insurance Company, which takes place on 10 – 11 February 2018. 

Concept Crew Car Club, based in Despatch​, will be exhibiting 15 cars, the most unique being ​Piere​ Muller’s 1967, V4 Ford Corsair 2 litre.  

“We believe that the club has the only original running V4 Ford Corsair GT, 2l, in the country, which makes this car very special,” says Pierre Janse van Rensburg, chairperson of the club. 

The car previously belonged to Jurie Prinsloo, a collector from Steytlerville and came to be in Pierre​ Muller’s possession through a swop deal.  

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