The club started in 1954 when a group of Peugeot owners responded to advertisements placed by the late Tas Smith. Tas Smith became our foundation President.
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.
The PCCV organise pleasant Sunday drives, Special Occasion Dinners, BBQ’s prior to summer meetings and visits to notable automotive establishments.
In motor sport, we run motorkhanas, trials, rallies, autocrosses, observed section trials and economy runs. We also join with other car clubs in similar events such as the historic “Rob Roy Hillclimb” and Concours d’Elegance events run for older and newer cars.
The club is affiliated with the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS), the controlling body of motor sport in Australia. We are also affiliated with the Association of Motoring Clubs (AoMC). This Association centralises and promotes the interests, efforts, and concerns of the hobby motorist in Australia.
You can discuss your technical problems and ideas with other members and share the wealth of experience in matters Peugeot that exists in the club.
The club produces a highly regarded magazine ‘Torque‘, which is eagerly awaited each month by members. It contains a wide range of articles to interest the Peugeot enthusiast.
Books, Parts & Tools
Books and manuals on Peugeot cars are available for loan to members from the club library. Our merchandising officer has parts and consumables for sale as well as other items of Peugeot interest. Tools, including specialised tools, are available for hire from the tool custodian. PCCV members are entitled to discounts on a range of parts and services as well as discounts under the CAMS members benefit program.
General Meetings of the Club are held at the VDC clubrooms, Unit 8, 41-49 Norcal Road, Nunawading (Melway 48 G10) on the first Friday of every month (except January) starting at 8 pm. Visitors are most welcome. Location map.
We are entertained by a wide range of guest speakers and the occasional film. Monthly meetings give us the opportunity to discuss coming and past events and technical matters with other members. The club welcomes guest speakers at the meetings. Any commercial organisation desiring the opportunity to speak at a club meeting to explain and promote their own products should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org