• 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. Fiat Eco-Drive / Voyage Petit

      July 12
    2. August Meeting & 505 display

      August 7
    3. Sept Meeting & 306 display

      September 4
  • PCCV Facebook Feed

    Hi folks, Has anyone got a themostat houseing cover for a 1985 STI 2.2L early series motor. They are no longer new available world wide & the aussie pug wreckers have none at this moment. Mine has pin holes in it & is beyond repair.. Cheers & help please ...

    I found another movie from DECA ...

    A picture of John Marriott, doing what he likes, enjoying Peugeot company. ...

    Club members will be sad to hear that John Marriott has died.
    After having spent last weekend participating in Milton's Meander in his faithful 203, John returned to Melbourne on Sunday with Heather Jones and Denise Horsley, washed the car put its covers on.
    In the late evening he suffered a massive stroke and was conveyed to Epworth Emergency by ambulance, where he received emergency treatment which was ultimately not successful.
    He passed away this morning without regaining consciousness.
    John was a long-standing Club Member who contributed to the running of the Club over many years.
    His Peugeots were his pride and joy. He will be missed by PCCV members.
    Notices are expected to appear in Thursday's newspapers.
    Allan Horsley
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  • Recent News

  • PCCV Facebook Feed

    Hi folks, Has anyone got a themostat houseing cover for a 1985 STI 2.2L early series motor. They are no longer new available world wide & the aussie pug wreckers have none at this moment. Mine has pin holes in it & is beyond repair.. Cheers & help please ...

    I found another movie from DECA ...

    A picture of John Marriott, doing what he likes, enjoying Peugeot company. ...

    Club members will be sad to hear that John Marriott has died.
    After having spent last weekend participating in Milton's Meander in his faithful 203, John returned to Melbourne on Sunday with Heather Jones and Denise Horsley, washed the car put its covers on.
    In the late evening he suffered a massive stroke and was conveyed to Epworth Emergency by ambulance, where he received emergency treatment which was ultimately not successful.
    He passed away this morning without regaining consciousness.
    John was a long-standing Club Member who contributed to the running of the Club over many years.
    His Peugeots were his pride and joy. He will be missed by PCCV members.
    Notices are expected to appear in Thursday's newspapers.
    Allan Horsley
    ...

    ...

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