The Details and Benefits of Being a Financial Member of the TCCV:
Owners of any Triumph car are welcome to apply for TCCV membership as are those non-owners with an interest in the marque, or others finding themselves "between Triumphs". "Country" memberships are available if resident outside 80kms radius of Melbourne GPO. "City" memberships are also available. Current membership Fees are available by viewing the Current Magazine and on request of the Membership Secretary - email email@example.com.
Club Meetings are held at 8.00pm on the third Wednesday of each month, except December, at:
Koornang Uniting Church
117 Murrumbeena Road, Murrumbeena.
Melway's Reference: 69 A5
Link to: General Committee - Executive and Volunteer Positions
Every successful special-interest club is so because of the efforts of committee members and other volunteers. Here is the current TCCV committee and other volunteers that ensure a vibrant and growing TCCV.
Triumph Knowledge Base:
One of the most important benefits of Club membership is experiencing members' willingness to share their vast knowledge of Triumph cars. Whether you need assistance restoring your classic Triumph to concourse condition, or in maintaining it as a daily running vehicle, Club members are there to help.
Link to: Car Captains for each Triumph Model.
Maintaining or restoring classic cars can require specialist knowledge for each model. "Car Captains" are Club members with such specialist knowledge. Members are invited to contact the relevant "Car Captain" for advice in maintaining or restoring their classic Triumph.
Club Permit Car Registration:
As TCCV is an Authorised Club under the VicRoads Club Permit. Members benefit by registering their classic Triumph under the VicRoads' CP through the Club.
This scheme offers owners of qualifying classic Triumph cars the opportunity to register them on a limited-use "Club Plate" registration. Members are elected as Club Permit Secretary and Club Permit Officers to administer the scheme for TCCV members. Email all enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Club Permit application procedure: The following link outlines the steps to "Get a club permit".
A current VicRoads CP Application Form may be downloaded in step 4. Complete all steps as outlined.
Renewal procedure: Renewal notices are generally received two months prior to the renewal date.
|Clubmanship Award :||Club Event Participation & Event Organization.||Click here for more details.|
|Peter Shipley Award :||Contribution to the monthly Triumph Trumpet||Click here for more details.|
|Stan Fisher Award :||Best Improved Triumph||Click here for more details.|
|President's Award :||Decided by the Club President - no rules, decision is final|
A variety of books, technical manuals, etc. from the Club's Book Library of Triumph related items are available for loan.
A Tool Library where certain tools may be borrowed as required.
Technical Article Index:
An indexed list of all technical articles published over the years in the "Triumph Trumpet".
Photo Gallery Storage:
Members have access to upload their Triumph-related photos to TCCV PhotoBucket, creating a pictorial record of members, cars and events through the years. The record is available for viewing to the general public. PhotoBucket is a commercial photo storage facility.
Click this link to investigate further.
Triumph Related Regalia:
Various items of regalia are always available to members - hats, coats, cups, umbrellas, badges and more, all at near cost price. TCCV Regalia. Click the link to see the range.
As a free service, Club members are invited to place Triumph-item-related advertisements on the "Triumph Trading" page which may support the "Triumph Trading" section in the Club magazine. Click the link for details: Triumph Trading.
TCCV is a participating member of the Association of Motoring Clubs (AOMC).
To download an Application for Membership
Click the 1936 Triumph Gloria above.