The VMVC is a non-profit club run by enthusiasts of ex-military vehicles. The club is based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. New members are welcome. The club will provide friendship, technical help and fun !
Meetings are held at the Rats of Tobruk hall, 44 Victoria Avenue, Albert Park on the first Tuesday of the month ( no meeting in January ).
Meetings begin at 8 pm
Please contact the secretary, Gordon Edwards
The vehicle featured on the club logo is a 1942 Dingo scout car . During the ' invasion scare ' period of 1942 , prior to the procurement of overseas armour , Ford at Geelong Vic. built a number of these scout cars, they were based on Marmon Herrington 4X4 axles . The design was considered to be unsuccessful , excessive weight , bad cross country ability and poor visibility being the main problems .
Click on the logo to visit the Dingo page ----->
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|The VMVC is a member of the Victorian Association
of Motoring clubs
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|VMVC Inc. A5955|
|Don't run out of gas: join the VMVC and you will always get home on time|
|STOP! And take a look at the many military vehicle articles to be found on the ARTICLES PAGE|
|The VMVC publishes a monthly newsletter . Our club has been involved in the Melbourne ANZAC day march since 1979 .|
|Above: WW2 desert scene with the crew of a 1941 Chevrolet gun tractor|
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|Australia's premier military vehicle rally is held every March. Click on the logo above to visit the Corowa 30 web site.|