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Sun Jul 5th
MBCNSW - Cars and Coffee

9:00am start - 11:00am finish

Terry Hills

Meeting Point:
277 Mona Vale Road, Terry Hills

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2016 National Rally Registration

The Mercedes Benz Club of NSW is hosting the 2016 National Rally on the 11th of March 2016. Please utilise the link on the menu above for general information of this fantastic upcoming event or Click here to be taken directly to the Rally Registration page.

Sydney German Autofest 2015

The Club's 2015 SGA was held on Sunday 1st March 2015. Click here for photographs of the event.

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Welcome to the Club!

The Mercedes-Benz Club NSW (Inc) was formed in 1972, when a small group of Mercedes enthusiasts came together to form what is now MBCNSW.

That club has now grown to a much larger membership of 380 members, with approximately 700 Mercedes registered to them.

The collections of those members spans from the small sedans of the late 1940's to the huge Adenauer limousines of the 1950's and practically all models of sedans and sports cars made in each decade from that time until today.

The club is a 'not for profit' organisation administered by volunteers and has designated office bearers such as myself as President, a Treasurer, Secretary and an Executive Committe and general members.

We have meetings once a month (except January), where we discuss past and upcoming events, the latest news from Mercedes and listen to guest speakers.

We usually have one or two social drives a month, interspersed with technical days and static display days, such as the popular Sydney German Autofest and our own Concours day.

Next year the Mercedes-Benz Club of NSW is proud to host the 2016 National Rally.

We extend an invitation to all members from both Australian and overseas clubs to join in on the exciting schedule of events and to enjoy our warm hospitality.

Only registered club members are allowed to participate, so if you would like to join the rally, now is an ideal time to join the club, as the rally commences on Friday 11th March 2016, at the beachside Novotel Hotel Brighton Le Sands.

New members are always welcome at our events and meetings. If you would like to join us please join on-line or contact the Membership Secretary.

Happy Motoring!

Vince Thompson

Mercedes-Benz News

June 2015: Mille Miglia
Some 60 years after Mercedes-Benz's triumph at the Mille Miglia, three of the greatest heroes of the thousand-mile race in 1955 are returning to the route between Brescia and Rome: Mercedes-Benz racing drivers Stirling Moss and Hans Herrmann and the Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR.
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June 2015: MBCNSW New Meeting Venue
Due to renovations we have changed meeting venue from June 2015 and for the forseeable future. We shall now be meeting at Barnwell Park Golf Club, 551 Lyons Road West, Five Dock.
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May 2015: A driving experience of a different kind - the F015
Futuristic design meets sophisticated technology. In San Francisco the engineering team of the Mercedes-Benz F 015 Luxury in Motion gives an exclusive insight.
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May 2015: The Blitzen-Benz
One of the most famous racing cars ever. In April 1911 the Blitzen-Benz broke the sound-barrier of 200km/h and because of this it was the fastest car of its time. First 1920 an airplane had ever flown this fast as the Blitzen-Benz.
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May 2015: Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrows of Success
In 1955, the W196R racing cars had taken part in seven races, winning six first places, five seconds and one third. The 300 SLR racing sports cars had started in six races, recording five victories, five second places and one third place. Mercedes-Benz's domination of the season could scarcely have been more complete.
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