" Is to maintain and preserve Classic Vehicles so that future generations will better understand their heritage and have a single tangible connection to the past" The Chairman - Steve Wilkinson
Paphos Classic Vehicle Club We are a group of people who enjoy getting together with others to use, enjoy and discuss our Classic Vehicles, both cars and bikes. Currently there are approximately 150 members registered with the club. They include owners of such vehicles as a Rolls Royce, several different MGs, a Ford Zephyr 6 and a Triumph Stag to name but a few.
Not all members actually own a classic vehicle, and some that do are in the process of restoring them and use their ‘modern’ vehicles in the meantime.
We usually hold our monthly social meeting at Perikles Tavern, Nata on the third Saturday of the month from 3.30 onwards, and at Tea 4 Two, Geroskipou first Saturday of the month for Classic Breakfast from 8.30 am.
We tend to have a run outs most months for all vehicles, which may or may not incorporate a quiz, treasure hunt or something similar and are organised by the club members. Impromptu runs out for the classic cars are held on occasion and these are, as the name suggests, arranged at short notice and can be arranged by any member. They take the form of a run to a tavern for coffee or lunch, or for supper in the summer. You can go as a group or alone and meet us at the destination. As there is little planning required there is no need to decide until the day whether you go or not.
PCVC Direct phone line 00357 97 760997
DO YOU WANT TO JOIN OUR CLUB AND SAVE MONEY BY DOING IT! Once you are a club member you can save money on your classic and modern car M.O.T.'s by showing your current club members card at MCC (all details can be found in the FIVA Inspections of this web site).
General Site Information: The page titles are fairly indicative of the subject matter of the page. The 'Members Only' page contains useful information supplied by members of the Club, including Application for a FIVA ID Card, application for an `A` plate and Customs regulations concerning the Importation of Classic Cars.. 'What's going on this year' details our Social programme, as well as descriptions of the last event and the next planned one.
The Paphos Classic Vehicle Club was formed in 2004 by several people with an interest in Classic Vehicles and the Classic Car movement generally. This followed an advertisement placed in the local paper in April 2003 by the man who became the Club President : Yiorgos Koutsides. The meetings started at the Sense Café in Coral Bay then moved to the Tasmaria Hotel apartments on Tomb of the Kings. In those days it was a group of classic car enthusiasts meeting on the 3rd Saturday in the month and organizing a leisurely drive on a Sunday and finishing with lunch at a taverna, which is pretty much the same today. Our 1st Chairman wasGraham Cole Vice ChairmanHugh Atkinson Founder MemberSecretaryCarol Rouse Founder Member TreasurerGraham Rouse Founder Member Committee Members Ian Dunbair, Neil Wishart, Owen Perry, Peter Shefford Looking at the club now we are proud to say we still have 3 founder members John Holborn, Neil Wishart and Hugh Atkinson who are actively involved We are extremely lucky that as our membership has grown. we have the most interesting and diverse vehicles within our club; these include; a Model T Ford, a 1930's MG, classic American cars and many more.
We are mostly based in Paphos in the Western part of Cyprus but have members and affiliations from all over the island and the world. We hold social events, we drive out for lunch - some times incorporating some type of puzzle during the drive, and we attend various motoring events held by other clubs throughout the year and all over the beautiful island of Cyprus.
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