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Replica of Timaru's first car cannot be driven in Christmas Parade

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The tri-car was built by Jim Geddes and John Campbell at least 16 years ago. It mirrors the vehicle built in Timaru by Cecil Woods in the late 1890s/early 1900s. Despite the vehicle, which has a top speed of about 15kph, having been driven in past parades and there being no concerns from police and the Timaru District Council, the South Canterbury Vintage Car Club has ruled it has to stay on the trailer.
Published 2 months ago · Timaru, New Zealand

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Replica of Timaru's first car cannot be driven in Christmas Parade

Police and the council have given it the all-clear, but a replica of Timaru's first car will not be driven in Sunday's Timaru Christmas parade following a decision by the region's vintage car club.

2 months ago·New Zealand
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