Final countdown to Heritage Tour

2017-09-21 06:00
The sixth Liquorland Heritage Tour of the Southern Cape Old Car Club (SCOCC) is set to leave the starting blocks at the PreCap Centre in George on September 23 and arrive in Jeffreys Bay at 16:00.                                                 Photo:SUPPLIED

The sixth Liquorland Heritage Tour of the Southern Cape Old Car Club (SCOCC) is set to leave the starting blocks at the PreCap Centre in George on September 23 and arrive in Jeffreys Bay at 16:00. Photo:SUPPLIED

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THE sixth Liquorland Heritage Tour of the Southern Cape Old Car Club (SCOCC) is set to leave the starting blocks at the PreCap Centre in George on September 23 and arrive in Jeffreys Bay at 16:00.

The tour will see some 20 vehicles manufactured before 1975 travel 1 000km over the Eastern Cape. The oldest vehicles to take to the road are a 1926 Ford Model T and a 1929 Chev Phaeton.

Drivers will depart from George from where they will travel along the R62 through Joubertina, Kareedouw and Humansdorp before stopping in Jeffreys Bay for the night. Club members will meet the Jeffreys Bay Classic Car Club at Supertubes Park in Da Gama Street at 16:00.

The SCOCC will travel the Sunday via Uitenhage to the Addo Elephant National Park where they will celebrate National Braai Day and the Southern African Veteran and Vintage Association’s National Dirve It Day.

The Monday will see drivers depart for Graaff Reinet before they travel to Willowmore the Tuesday and return to George the following day.

For information, visit www.scocc.co.za.

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