Welcome to the NSW web site of the Bolwell Car Club of Australia (BCCA)

2019 Philip Island Classic/Historics
8-10 March
Bolwell is the marque of the event, celebrationg 50 years of the Nagari.
...talk of a pardae lap of the ciruit as well as a photo opportunity at the start/finish line...more details to come

Download the Circular No. 5 HERE as a word document
Download the Circular No. 4 HERE as a word document
Download the Circular No. 3 HERE as a word document
Download the Circular No. 2 HERE as a word document
Download the Circular No. 2 HERE as a PDF

NEW NSW Update...
2019 Bolwell Nationals - Phillip Island 8-10 March.
As many of you may be aware, Bolwell will be marque of the meet at the Phillip Island Classic in March.
I have been a bit late getting my act together to attend, but I reached out to Merryn Jackson today to confirm my attendance and make a motel booking (which is getting harder as the event gets closer), so I'm in!
At this stage, there are only a couple of NSW cars attending, so it would be great to round up a few more cars so we can potentially co-ordinate the drive down.
With over 50 cars/groups attending so far, it will be an event not to be missed, so please let me know if you are thinking of attending.
The details (event calendar, accommodation, attendees etc) are on the NSW Bolwell Car Club website.
All the best, Simon
simonperyer@gmail.com






"It's 2019! And the January 2019 edition of Retroautos magazine is now online on Shannons Club. Click on this LINK to see the magazine.

Our first issue of 2019 reveals previously secret photos of the design proposals for the FJ Holden. These proposals were developed in 1950 in the USA, three years before the FJ was released.

What's a pink FJ Holden doing at GM's 1955 Motorama? We find out.

Plus, we showcase Chrysler's Plainsman station wagon dream car and bring you more Copy-Cat car advertisements from the collection of Nairn Hindhaugh.

I hope you enjoy the magazine. It is published with passion and with pride.

All the best for 2019!
"






"Southern Highlands Spring Auto Fest 23 September 2018 @ Berrima Public School Short video of a Bolwell Nagari Convertible that was on display. The Bolwell Nagari was made in Melbourne (Australia) from 1969 through to 1974, with only a small number of the convertibles made." 0.47






$7 plus postage (which is quite abit)




Sweet and lowdown: Bolwell Mark 7

A sports coupe with a Holden engine? Ron McPherson crafted his dream combination twice.

Click HERE to read the article




Click HERE to go the ABC Radio National Website to listen to "Bolwell: An Aussie sports car on Blueprint for Living - RN" an interview with Campbell Bolwell




Log Book Trial
Please note the Log Book trial has been extended for another 2 years from 1 October 2017.

Website updated as per this link



WANTED

Looking to buy a Bolwell MK7 or Nagari in good overall and drivable condition as a father/son and grandfather weekend car. The car will be very well taken care of by devout enthusiast and it will be kept in original, period correct condition.

Based in NSW but willing to travel for promising cars, I have cash on hand and willing to pay a good price for the right car. If you think you may have something suitable please get in touch, I'd love to hear from you.

Contact details: 0449 176 853 - benjaminhk@gmail.com





Wanted: Bolwell Nagari
Michael from Canberra is after a Nagari "I'm after one to work on with my son but I've not seen may around." you can contact him on 0407 849 260 or mrorke@tpg.com.au




It's Here... New Bolwell Book...order through the website....







The NSW Bolwell Club (as of 1 October 2015) is taking part in the 60 Day log Book Trial.

Please download and read "Conditional Registration News" HERE (78kb, 2 page PDF)




CMC Update....
Council of Motor Clubs

As reported earlier the CMC has been active with technical representative on the Vehicle Standards Working Group, for those members wanting to restore a car by replacing the body and/or major components without having to make it into a "new car". If you are modifying or building a modified vehicle you should be using a VSCCS engineer. A brochure is available at:
www.rms.nsw.gov.au/registration/downloads/vsccs_brochure.pdf

Also read and understand the new guidelines in regard to the type of testing, if any, required.

Read the new guidelines developed through the VSWG for modified vehicles at:
www.rms.nsw.gov.au/registration/downloads/vsi/vsi6.pdf

If a brake test is required, it will need to be tested in accordance with new brake assessment manual, which also has been introduced to make it easier and more affordable for enthusiasts to obtain approval at:
http://roadsafety.transport.nsw.gov.au/downloads/brake_assessment_manual2013.pdf



Tony Pengilly




You will find information about upcoming events of the club and information regarding the conditional registration scheme the club runs.

You will also find information on other cars of a similar ilk to the Bolwell marque, for example Ascort, Buchanan, Buckle, Hunter, JWF,  KM, Nota, Velacia.


Checkout our WWW LINKS page for other Bolwell sites