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This is just a sample of the displays we expect to have available.

 

MHVC-Military-Vehicles

  Military & Historic Vehicle Club of Townsville Inc.

German_Bike

Replica German outfit owned by Michael Formilan. It is based on the Chiang Jiang, which is a Chinese copy of a Russian copy of an early German BMW motorcycle! By the time of the airshow, Michael will have a machine-gun mounted to the outfit for further effect!

Restored-Motorcycle-Club

  Townsville Restored Motor Cycle Club

Jaguar

  Jaguar Drivers Club of Queeensland (NQ Register).

Marque_Sports_Car_Register  
  Marque Sports Car Club

Sam-Galea---Bedford-Truck

  Bedford truck owned by Sam Galea.

Sam-Galea---Sunbeam-Talbot

  Sunbeam Talbot owned by Sam Galea.

Mad_Max_Interceptor_replica

 Mad Max Interceptor replica, owned by Sam Costanzo.

Viper_Coupe

1933 Dodge Coupe with 2002 Dodge Viper V-10 engine, owned by Tom Boon. 400 HP at rear wheels (dyno), standard 6-speed manual gearbox (5th and 6th gears are overdrives). Rev-limited to 5500 RPM, running a 9" diff with 411:1 ratio and achieving 10.2 km/litre fuel economy.

Ferrari_Porsche_clubs

The European Car Club of Cairns and Porsche Club of Cairns will make a weekend of it, with between 12 - 15 vehicles on display including Ferrari, Maserati, Alfa-Romeo and Porsche.

Maserati_GT

Rare Ferrari-engined Maserati GT (1 of 30 world-wide), owned by Roy Jaques.

Kharmann_Ghia

Kharmann Ghia, owned by Ronni Leigh of the European Car Club of Cairns.

Dodge_Viper

Dodge Viper (stock image) - Kingsley Mundey's Viper will be on show for the weekend.

Maicoletta_scooter_web-size

1955 vintage German Maicoletta scooter; 250cc Scrambler motor and capable of 100 mph (so the owner tells us!). Owned by Graham Davison who had it repainted in a unique (and definitely not ex-factory!) metallic paint scheme!