Mon­day movie for rod­ders

Main­street show of clas­sics and mus­cle

Te Awamutu Courier - - Driven -

Te Awa­mutu Rod and Cus­tom Club is mak­ing a con­scious ef­fort to pro­mote their hobby within their own com­mu­nity with a num­ber of lo­cal events where the pub­lic can share their love of clas­sic, cus­tom and mus­cle cars.

On Wai­tangi Day club mem­bers cruised some of Waipa¯ ’s his­toric sites on this side of the dis­trict and plan to do the same next Wai­tangi Day on the Cam­bridge side.

Last week the club en­joyed a pri­vate movie screen­ing at Te Awa­mutu’s Re­gent Theatre — park­ing 18 clas­sic, cus­tom and mus­cle cars in the main street.

If you are in­ter­ested in the hot rod­ding or cus­tom scene, talk to a mem­ber about join­ing the lo­cal club or email dean.tay­

About 40 Te Awa­mutu Rod and Cus­tom Club mem­bers took in a pri­vate movie screen­ing at the Re­gent Theatre last Mon­day night, which saw 18 cars on show in the main­street for a cou­ple of hours — fol­lowed by a cruise through the town cen­tre.

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