This Sunday (July 30) will see the 17th annual Nabiac Automotive Swap meet conducted in the grounds of The National Motorcycle Museum, Clarkson Street, Nabiac with all proceeds going to Camp Quality.
The event is a joint venture between the Taree and District Classic and Vintage Motorcycle Club and the museum. This swap is for the sale of automotive vehicles and parts only, with the only clothing permitted being motorcycle garments with no other clothing, garden tools, bric-a-brac or other non-automotive items to be sold. Traders will be setting up from noon on the Saturday (July 29) and this day is for sellers only, no buyers permitted on that date.
Buyers entry is at 7am on Sunday morning.
Several interstate traders of motorcycle parts will be attending notably Mike Reilly a BSA specialist from Queensland and Greg Lawn from Central Motorcycle Warehouse in Victoria.
A local trader will also have on offer two WLA Harley Davidson machines, one of which has been rebuilt to the “bobber” style. Redfern Motor Parts from the Wollongong area will have a range of J and WLA model Harley Davidson parts. The museum proprietor, Brian Kelleher has a 1947 Nash car, a Lotus Seven Replica Sports Car as well as several motorcycles for sale. Since the inaugural swap meet in 2003 Camp Quality has received in excess of $50,000 raised from this event.
Although in previous years there has been a Show and Shine conducted we are not at this point of time going to continue with that exhibition. Only a few sites left and bookings are essential by phoning the museum on 6554 1333 between 9.30am to 3.30pm daily or email email@example.com