First established in 1996, the Cobra Car Club of WA fired up to form an organisation where members and enthusiasts could support and promote the Shelby Cobra Legend. To compliment this, the club provides a forum for like minded people to get together and discuss their cars in great depth, always willing to assist fellow builders complete their projects.
In 2016 we celebrated 20 years, and the club has grown to include approximately ninety to one hundred members. There are 62 registered Cobras and many more that are under construction. The club has developed a family friendly club structure that generally caters for people with a passion for the Cobra.
WHAT DOES THE CLUB DO?
Apart from turn a lot of heads on our Cobra runs, the aim of the club is to provide a regular meeting point for our members to discuss Cobra trivia such as building specifications and sources, driving and registration related topics. Whether you are building a new car or buying a pre-loved Cobra, there are important decisions to be made which may include information about manufacturing, costs, registration requirements and insurance. Most members are experienced Cobra owners and are able to provide practical solutions to pretty much any question that’s raised.
And the fun part - the club organises social events for members and guests such as:
· Weekends away;
· Bush breakfasts;
· Lunches and BBQ’s;
· Shed runs;
· Kart nights;
· Track days (normally in conjunction with another car club); and
· Anything else that involves plenty of laughs, good friends and the roaring sound of a Cobra or 20!!
WHEN DOES THE CLUB MEET?
Club meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday of each month at:
Veteran Car Club of WA
Corner Hale Road & Tonkin Highway
Meetings kick off at 6:30 pm with an informal Sausage Sizzle, followed by the meeting at 7:30 and supper is available afterwards.
Club membership is the way to go if you have finally decided to build your dream machine – the Cobra. Members are welcome to join in on club runs to experience the legend. Avoid the traps, join the club before you take the plunge.
The annual subscription fee is a small price to pay for all the advice, friendship and good fun you’ll have along the way to building and owning your own Cobra.
NOT FOR PROFIT BODY:
In accordance with the Associations Incorporation Act 2015, and Part 2, Rule 3 of the Club Constitution dated July 2017, The Cobra Car Club of WA is a not-for-profit body.