The 9G Tractor Club of WA is planning another epic trek across Australia.
The 2020 event will re-enact its famous 2000 Steep Point, Exmouth to Byron Bay trek, completed a year after the club was formed.
According to club president and founder Hugh ‘Cumber’ Campbell, some club members will jump the gun later this year and head to Temora, New South Wales, where they will leave their beloved 9Gs and return next year to start the engines to join the contingent heading to Byron Bay.
“We haven’t worked out a date yet but we’re definitely planning the trek,” he told Torque this week.
“We’ll then head back to the west as a club sometime after we’ve hit Byron,” Hugh said.
In the meantime, plans already are in full swing by several 9G members to attend Trachmach’s Lights on the Hill field day at Brunswick on Saturday, April 13.
Trachmach is focusing on Chamberlain tractors this year as the main theme to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the first 45K Chamberlain built in WA.
If the date is not in your diary it should be.
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