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APR 14 Maitland Street Rodders Show & Shine, Steamfest Maitland Park

APR 20 Phantoms Picnic, Hall polo Cross. Sanction. ACT 4-20-24APR 25 Early Ford Street Rod Club Anzac Day Show, Colonial Hotel, Victoria St Werrington

MAY 10-12 2024 Lazy Winter Run, Mid North Coast Hot Rod Club, NRMA Darlington Beach Resort, Arrawarra, Coffs Harbour

JUN 7-10 Paddock Bash, Wagga Rod & Custom, Marrar Gymkhana Ground

AUG 23-25 Mountains to the Sea Rod Run, Manning Valley Cruzers

AUG 10 - 11 2024 Victorian Hot Rod Show, B1 Exhibition Pavilion, Royal Melbourne Showgrounds Ascot Vale

SEP 1 Meteors Fathers Day Show 2024, Gold Creek

SEP 6-8 Kiama Rod Run, Romans Hot Rod Association

SEP 13-15 18th Annual John Watts Memorial Run, Odd Rods Street Rod Club, Wairo Beach Tourist Park

NOV 1-3 Rods on the Peel, Outlaw Hot Rod Club, Austin Caravan Park, Tamworth

NOV 8 - 10    Lake Mulwalla Rod Run

MAR 14 - 16 2025    Chryslers on the Murray

 

 

About Us

The Canberra Hot Rod Association (Inc) was formed way back in 1983 to bring together all club and individual Hot Rodders in the ACT area. The main players in the formation of the original CHRA (or CSRA as it was known then) were Dennis Moreau (vale Dennis, one of Canberra's most prominent drag racers and enthusiastic Hot Rodder) and Alan Cooper (chairman of the TAC since the early seventies and a founding member of the Meteors, one of the longest surviving Hot Rod clubs in Australia and the current ACT State Director of the ASRF).

Meetings

General Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month, 7PM at the Spanish Club, 5 Narupai Place, Narrabundah, ACT.

Why Join the CHRA?

The Canberra Hot Rod Association is a long standing, respected organisation in the ACT and regions catering to enthusiasts of ASRF class vehicles. There are also several other clubs and associations with similar objects and goals, but the CHRA has much to offer. Applicants are encouraged to become a part of this significant group and contribute to its growth while developing new friendships and contacts.

Below are just some of the reasons why the CHRA is “Still Cruisin’.”

History

A lot of rods and customs have been built and driven in and around the ACT area. Visit our HISTORY page to see our collection of images in a slideshow album. This is by no means a complete list, and is being added to as more details become available. Contact the Webmaster if you would like to be included.