To promote the preservation, restoration and use of post vintage vehicles of all kinds.
To conduct meetings and club activities from which members may obtain knowledge enabling them to better achieve the aims set out above.
To provide advise and assistance (where possible) to members undertaking the preservation or restoration of post vintage vehicles.
To promote and engage in social activities.
The Post Vintage Car Club of Tasmania was founded in 1975 by a group of car enthusiasts who wanted to have a club that catered for cars manufactured after January 1 1930. The club is family oriented with regular activities such as picnics, family days, social evenings and outings in the vehicles. Each year a Club Family Fun Day is held, in conjunction with a children’s Christmas party and Show & Shine.
When the PVCC was formed in 1975 the founders of the club chose the Cord model 810 – 812 as the official club emblem. Cord was part of the prestigious Cord – Auburn – Duesenberg Company, known for its stylish ad high performing automobiles.