AUSTRALIAN HISTORIC MOTORING FEDERATION - UPDATES AND NEWS
The CHMC NSW Inc. is an active member of the national body representing historic motor clubs from across Australia - the Australian Historic Motoring Federation
IMPORTANT pRESENTATIONS FROM THE AHMF AGM, SEPTEMBER 2018 ON:
- ASBESTOS IN CARS FROM BORDER FORCE;
- ROAD VEHICLES STANDARDS LEGISLATION UPDATE;
- IMPORTED VEHICLES from AIMVIA
asbestos+role-of-austalian-border-force ahmf agmn 2018.pdf
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RVS Legislation ahmf-gm-28-sept-presentation.pdf
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minutes from RECENT AHMF MEETINGS
Minutes from the Federation's earlier meetings are online at the AHMF website's Information page
Robert Shannon Foundation
The purpose of the Foundation is to encourage people under the age of 30 to become involved in the restoration and preservation of veteran, vintage, post-vintage, or historic vehicles up to 30 years old.
Any person (or group of people) under the age of 30, either studying automotive restoration and preservation, or actively working on historic vehicles is eligible to nominate for a Grant. Before completing an Application, an individual or group must seek the support of their local historic vehicle club. This club must be affiliated with the appropriate state or territory council.
Further details Robert Shannon Foundation
National Motoring Heritage Day
is an initiative of the Australian Historic Motoring Federation. The aim being to promote and display Australia's strong motoring heritage; and also show the community, business and government the strength of the Australian historic motoring movement.
National Motoring Heritage Day is held annually on the the 3rd Sunday in May.
For regional or local NMHD event details contact your local CHMC Club.
National Motoring Heritage Day is when car owners share their passion with the public and other vehicle enthusiasts.
ABOUT THE AHMF
The Australian Historic Motoring Federation Inc. (AHMF) is the national peak body for all historic motoring in Australia. AHMF is a federation of state & territory based historicmotoring councils. These councils represent 1000+ historic motoring clubs and close to 100,000 motoring enthusiasts across Australia.
AHMF aims to provide representation for the historic vehicle movement on a national basis to government departments, Australian organisations & business, and internationally to other national historic motoring bodies.