The SCOCC was formed by a group of enthusiasts who are passionate about the continued preservation of the South African transport industry and its history, with special focus on historical vintage and veteran motor vehicles, motorcycles and motorized farming equipment dating back to yesteryear.
In our efforts to preserve our motor and transport industry, we strive to encourage all our members and their participating family members, to collect, restore and preserve every old treasure they can find, in order for us collectively to preserve and showcase these vehicles for future generations.
It therefore comes as no surprise that the annual George Midas Old Car show, taking place each February, is regarded as a highlight on most people's calendars.
In addition to the Old Car Show, the SCOCC also arranges, organizes and hosts a number of additional events attended by motor vehicle enthusiasts.
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