DB Club in Australia

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mitch
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Post by mitch » Sat Jun 23, 2007 11:00 am

Sure Tom, what sort of thing were you thinking of?

Regards

Mitch

Damon
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Post by Damon » Thu Jun 28, 2007 3:24 am

mitch wrote:Sure Tom, what sort of thing were you thinking of?

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Mitch
Mitch,
where in Toowoomba are you? I hope to be moving to Mount Molar early August and will be bring my 880 with me.

Damon

RWSykes
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Post by RWSykes » Thu Jun 28, 2007 12:59 pm

Tom,
Judging from the amount of correspondence I get from our Australian members, I would bet that an Australian group would thrive. Some of the collections I hear about are extensive and seem to contain some very interesting models! I wish you the very best of luck in getting something together.
Regards
Robert

Martin
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Post by Martin » Thu Jun 28, 2007 10:07 pm

Tom
If you are not already in touch with the following Australian members / club contacts then let me know and I will forward their addresses.
1. John Gant (ex DBT)
2. Paul Cauchi
3. Tom Williams
4. Jack French

John.Newman
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Post by John.Newman » Sun Jul 01, 2007 12:59 pm

Tom,
Keep me informed, I am interested as I have got a 50TD
Regards,
John

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tomdownunder
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Post by tomdownunder » Wed Apr 13, 2011 12:27 am

I have just bought a 1954 25C and live in Kangarilla SA. Keep me up to date.
1954 david brown 25 petrol/kerosene

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tdickson
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Post by tdickson » Wed Apr 13, 2011 10:57 am

Sounds interesting. Would it be a standalone club or affiliated in someway with DBTC ?
I'm on the NSW Central Coast and not sure if there are many other DB owners/enthusiasts in the Sydney-Newcastle region, although it would be nice to know. Tell me more.
TD
1967 David Brown 880A / 540113
1968 David Brown 880A / 550795

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prblake
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Post by prblake » Wed Apr 13, 2011 10:18 pm

My son and I would be interested.

Paul Blake

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nathhall
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Post by nathhall » Sun Apr 17, 2011 3:47 am

i would be interested also.
i live on the nsw central coast.
Nathan Hall

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jamesw
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Post by jamesw » Sun Apr 17, 2011 10:20 am

Hi tom
would be a great idea to start the australian club, and i would be interested in joining. i am 14 years of age and have a 1949 cropmaster. i live in western australia and don't know how many other david brown rstorer's are around. would like to see this idea come into action!!!!.

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tomwill
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Post by tomwill » Mon Apr 18, 2011 8:03 am

DBTC OF AUSTRALIA, CONTACT NUMBERS. PRESIDENT TOM ORAM 0358817803, SECRETARY TOM WILLIAMS 0267221476. MEMBERSHIPS CHERYL DIXON. 0358824225.

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prblake
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Post by prblake » Mon Apr 18, 2011 9:11 am

Tomwill Are you able to tell us a bit more please?

We have a bloke named Tom Oram who puts what I think was his first post up asking if anyone is interested in forming a DB club in Australia. Then we have a whole lot of posts expressing interest (which is great) and then your post advises that the club allready has a committee and the president is Tom Oram.

I am confused -is this club allready up and running and if so what sort of activities does it have?

It seems to me there is a lot of interest and it would be good to get something underway but I would just like to understand what is happening.

Paul Blake

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tomwill
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Post by tomwill » Tue Apr 19, 2011 1:46 am

Yes Paul the club is up and running after getting the legal side completed, it has been a slow process but we are getting there. Our next meeting will be held at the Australian National ploughing champships at the Orange National Field Site Wednesday 25 th at 5.00 pm.Our next AGM will be held in september at Deniiiquin NSW.For more imformation you could or anybody else ring me on 0428669404. REGARDS TOM WILLIAMS. MY EMAIL ADDRESS IS TOMWILIAMSDBT@BIGPOND.COM

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prblake
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Post by prblake » Tue Apr 19, 2011 2:11 am

Thanks Tom for the further info. I guess I still dont understand why the original post did not tell us that a club had allready been formed but anyway on with the show.

So to give some guidance to all those aho have expressed interest if they were to send you an email at your address you have given that would be a good way to get things going?

As I suspect most of us will not be able to travel the huge distance to some tractor events the club will probably thrive and survive on emails and newsletters and internet rather than face to face.

Regards

Paul Blake

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Post by tomwill » Tue Apr 19, 2011 6:13 am

IN referance to the above imformation of the DBTC OF AUST,the club will be having a birthday party at the AGM in SEPT for the 990 and 880 IMPLEMATIC tractors as this is the 50th year these great tractors have graced our fields. REGARDS TOMWILL.

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