• Welcome to the PCCV website

    The PCCV has grown into one of the largest one make car clubs in Australia and has achieved an enviable reputation among its peers. The activities of the club are varied: they include social, sporting and technical events. Recently a strong interest has developed amongst some members in restoring older Peugeot models.
  • Upcoming Events

    1. Worm Weekend

      July 29 - August 31
    2. August Club Meeting

      August 5
    3. Voyage Petite, Williamstown

      August 21
    4. September Club Meeting

      September 2
    5. Milton’s Meander

      September 17
    6. PCCV at DECA

      September 18
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    Ballarat Light Car Club

    Spring Cruise – Sunday 25th September 2016.

    In the style of HRA’s Byron Bay Cookies Excursion and recent Calder Conundrum, BLCC are conducting a navigational cruise on Sunday, 25th September 2016.

    The cruise is a social event and not a competition, and will be scored for comparative purposes at the finish, but results will not be published.

    The cruise consists of approximately 200 km of bitumen and gravel roads with some tracks necessarily included for navigational content, and will start from the Talbot Recreational Reserve at 10 am, book in from 9 am. Lunchbreak of 90 minutes at Avoca, which is a market day, and finish at the BLCC clubrooms from 2:30 pm with refreshments available.

    Route directions and maps with all vias and controls pre-plotted will be issued to all participants at 10 am. Participants may use GPS units, and should bring pens, pencils, highlighters, a compass and a ruler or rally roamer for scaling maps. Crews should not get lost but it is expected that some will “drive by” nominated vias. In order to permit a reasonable time schedule, controls will close at specified times which will be advised in route directions.

    Participants will accumulate 10 points for each correct entry into controls and vias, 5 points for a WD and 0 points for missed controls and vias. Participants will also lose 1 point per kilometre over, and 2 points per kilometre under, the organisers’ measured section distance.

    Participants are requested to pay a fee of $20 per car at the start to cover setup and printing costs.

    The cruise is open to all, so a great opportunity for a country drive with friends and family. Pack a picnic lunch or avail yourselves of food and refreshments in Avoca at the shops or market.

    As with all excursions, this cruise cannot run without the support of volunteers to man controls. So if you do not wish to be a participant, but would like an interesting day in the countryside, please offer your time for this necessary function.

    In order to print sufficient route directions and maps, if you intend to participate or volunteer please advise your interest by email to rallyreno@hotmail.com, before Sunday 17th September 2016.

    In the event of extremely wet weather in the week prior, the cruise will be postponed. Intending participants and volunteers will be contacted if this is the case.

    Organiser: Fred Lakerink. 0427305311

    Checker: George Davidson.
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    here is one for the 306 flyers. ... See MoreSee Less

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    Looking for a 205. Needs to be either rolling or complete. Why you ask? Looking to build a 205 t16 group b but with a twist. If any one has one sitting around either cheap or free to good home please contact me. Thank you ... See MoreSee Less

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    No this is not me, I just came upon it and thought yes well, team work I suppose. www.youtube.com/watch?v=jv0aFHocGBs ... See MoreSee Less

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    Ballarat Light Car Club

    Spring Cruise – Sunday 25th September 2016.

    In the style of HRA’s Byron Bay Cookies Excursion and recent Calder Conundrum, BLCC are conducting a navigational cruise on Sunday, 25th September 2016.

    The cruise is a social event and not a competition, and will be scored for comparative purposes at the finish, but results will not be published.

    The cruise consists of approximately 200 km of bitumen and gravel roads with some tracks necessarily included for navigational content, and will start from the Talbot Recreational Reserve at 10 am, book in from 9 am. Lunchbreak of 90 minutes at Avoca, which is a market day, and finish at the BLCC clubrooms from 2:30 pm with refreshments available.

    Route directions and maps with all vias and controls pre-plotted will be issued to all participants at 10 am. Participants may use GPS units, and should bring pens, pencils, highlighters, a compass and a ruler or rally roamer for scaling maps. Crews should not get lost but it is expected that some will “drive by” nominated vias. In order to permit a reasonable time schedule, controls will close at specified times which will be advised in route directions.

    Participants will accumulate 10 points for each correct entry into controls and vias, 5 points for a WD and 0 points for missed controls and vias. Participants will also lose 1 point per kilometre over, and 2 points per kilometre under, the organisers’ measured section distance.

    Participants are requested to pay a fee of $20 per car at the start to cover setup and printing costs.

    The cruise is open to all, so a great opportunity for a country drive with friends and family. Pack a picnic lunch or avail yourselves of food and refreshments in Avoca at the shops or market.

    As with all excursions, this cruise cannot run without the support of volunteers to man controls. So if you do not wish to be a participant, but would like an interesting day in the countryside, please offer your time for this necessary function.

    In order to print sufficient route directions and maps, if you intend to participate or volunteer please advise your interest by email to rallyreno@hotmail.com, before Sunday 17th September 2016.

    In the event of extremely wet weather in the week prior, the cruise will be postponed. Intending participants and volunteers will be contacted if this is the case.

    Organiser: Fred Lakerink. 0427305311

    Checker: George Davidson.
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