The 2nd annual conference of Automotive Historians Australia was a great success in 2017! With a range of academic, enthusiast and social activities, the program was enjoyed by all who participated. See below for some highlights:
Here is a taste of the action!
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Hosted by the University of Adelaide and National Motor Museum, the exciting 2017 conference program included:
Automotive site tour to the South Australian Holden Plant at Elizabeth (SOLD OUT due to popular demand), 22nd September
Conference dinner: Sporting Car Club of South Australia (Separate booking to conference ticket, and limited spaces so get in early!!), 22nd September. Guest speaker: Phillip Guilfoyle “3D Printed Moulds – Keeping Australia’s Automotive Heritage On The Road."
Conference paper sessions, enthusiast presentations, and AHA Annual General Meeting: University of Adelaide, 22nd to 23rd September
Second Ron Tauranac Lecture: The Right Honourable Lord Mayor of Adelaide, Mr Martin Haese, 23rd September
Bay to Birdwood Classic activities, 24th September
Professor Jennifer Clark, University of Adelaide, SA
Paul Rees, Director, National Motor Museum, Birdwood, SA
Place: University of Adelaide and the National Motor Museume, South Australia
Date: 22-24 September 2017