Bayside Vehicle Restorers Club Inc. (BVRC) is based around the Brisbane bay-side suburb of Cleveland. The club caters for owners of all makes of Veteran, Vintage, Historic & Classic vehicles, over 30 years old as well as enthusiasts of these classic vehicles. BVRC was formed in 1978 and has enjoyed continuous activity ever since. It currently has 190 members with over 450 vehicles.

The Club’s aims are to:

  • Foster interest in the history, restoration and preservation of Veteran, Vintage, Historic, Classic motor vehicles of all types and makes.
  • Promote & encourage the use and enjoyment of driving member’s vehicles on our well planned runs & outings.
  • Encourage social activities for members and their families.
  • Provide information and support for members restoring vehicles of all types.

The club membership is open to owners of all makes of Veteran, Vintage, Historic & Classic vehicles over 30 years old including motor cycles, buses and trucks. It is also open to anyone interested in these classic vehicles. The club is affiliated with the Queensland Historic Motoring Council.

The Bayside Club organises mid-week and week-end day runs for members each month. The club also arranges regular social outings, week-ends away and at least one long distance run each year.

We also conduct a number of significant major motoring activities each year such as:

The Club also has an extensive library of automotive books which are available for members to borrow. The library contains a wealth of information as well as interesting books covering all aspects of motor vehicles

A very good quality club magazine is produced four times each year. The magazine contains reports about the club’s recent events; technical & news articles; and general interest automotive information.

Latest Club News

1805, 2019

Club Magazine – June 2019 available now

May 18th, 2019|0 Comments

The June 2019 edition of the Bayside Vehicle Restorers Club Inc. Magazine is now available.

Magazine Articles

1805, 2019

1986 Toyota Celica

May 18th, 2019|0 Comments

1986 Toyota Celica - May 2019 - July 2019 Cover Story The 1986 Toyota Celica was the fourth generation of the Celica. Spanning seven generations and 35 years, the Celica’s history is

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