The club caters for all FX and FJ model Holdens (1948-1956) and has been in existence since 1978. We currently boast a range of FX and FJ Holdens in a wide variety, from standard to modified and GMH special order FX-FJ vehicles. Our club meetings are called for when business arises, combined within a club run with visitors always welcome. Our club is affiliated with the Australian Early Holden Federation (AEHF) General Motors Display Day (GMDay) and the Council of Motor Clubs (CMC)
Newsletter – Holden Together is our club newsletter which is emailed quarterly to members. Advertising in the newsletter is available for a minimal fee per annum. One off, for sale or wanted ads are free as long as they meet publishing criteria. Other newsletters usually from other car car clubs are available and emailed to members.
Social Events and Runs – The social secretary(s) organise an outing usually once or twice a month. These outings can be as simple as dining out, a picnic in a park or invitation runs. The club usually frequents annual car shows such as General Motors Display Day at Fire Museum Penrith, Shannons Sydney Classic at Sydney Motorsport Park Eastern Creek and All Holden Day at Hawkesbury Showground, Clarendon.The Christmas is run usually held late November and is an enjoyable outing and not to be missed. We also participate in the (AEHF) Australian Early Holden Federation, FX-FJ Nationals held every two years in various states of Australia.
Membership – New members need to submit a request to join; apply to email@example.com . Current members need to submit a completed annual membership form and the fee required. This is due before the end of every financial year, 30th June.
Club Plates – Our club offers Club Plates via the 60 day log book system. We utilize both systems following RMS Guidelines. Concessional Registration is for original vehicles. Classic Registration is for modified vehicles.
Club Statement – The FX-FJ Holden Club Of Australia Sydney Chapter Inc. advises members, their guests and visitors, of their obligation not to bring the association into disrepute. Members must avoid verbal or physical litigation that reflects on the club and its members. Any such action will result with the member(s) being disciplined.