Welcome to the home page of the Early Falcon Car Club of Queensland Inc. The club was founded in 1985 in the car park at JC Slaughter falls, Mt Cootha and is still an annual event on the clubs calendar. Since then, the club has grown to 60+ members driving a range of vehicles. Membership to the club is open to anyone and typically attracts people who own or have an interest in early model Ford's.
Club meetings are held on the last Tuesday of every month, starting at 7.00pm.
Please check the website for the latest meeting location information or contact the club via the 'Contact Us' page of the website.
***Please note: The EFCCQ holds a run meeting in place of the May, August and October meetings each year. Dates & locations below.***
Last Sunday in May at 11.00am
Billies Bay Recreation Area, Lake Wivenhoe
Last Sunday in August at 11.00am
JC Slaughter Falls, Mt Coot-tha
Last Sunday in October at 11.00am
The Bearded Dragon Hotel, LOT 2 Tamborine Mountain Rd, Tamborine
Our website is open for all members to participate - posting bulletins, uploading photo's and information on their cars, and organising events or club runs.
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Enjoy the site, and we hope to see you at a club event soon!
Sunday, July 25, 2021 by Peter Rapkins
Heading over to Redcliffe and Deception Bay
Wanted 1972 car for a photo shoot
Saturday, July 17, 2021 by Secretary
Mitchelton Meals on Wheels Assn. Inc. (MITMOW) management committee to ask if any of your Members owns or has access to a 1972 sedan or station sedan.
Towards the end of this year (November or December) MITMOW will achieve the preparation and delivery of its 1.5 millionth meal since its inception in 1972.
To mark this celebration, we intend to make a special meal delivery to a selected Client. We will engage the services of a special guest from the political or television/radio sphere.
The local newspaper media will be invited to cover the occasion. To enhance the impact of the milestone, the Committee would like to deliver the meal in a 1972 vehicle. The idea would be to have the special guest plus a MITMOW member and a member of the media transported to the Client’s house to make the delivery. There would be photo opportunities and reports in the local media.
MITMOW would be very appreciative if one of your members could be in a position to help deliver the meal to our Client on this very significant occasion.
I have attached a photo of our one millionth meal delivery as it appeared in the North West News in September 2007 to give you an idea of what is planned.
Russell Moody for Mitchelton Meals on Wheels Assn. Inc.
Ph. 07 3351 5157
Tuesday, July 13, 2021 by Peter Rapkins
Heading to Bribie Island Tuesday 13th