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A Little History

The ASMF was formed in July 1984 when the Street Machine Associations from Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and ACT agreed to unite into a combined organisation to represent the sport of Street Machining in Australia. Our first event as a unified body was the 7th Street Machine Nationals which was held at Natex centre Canberra during Easter 1986. Since then, subsequent Nationals and State Titles Shows have been firmly established events on the Street Machine Calendar. The Queensland Division of the ASMF has been very successful with promoting shows. Previous State Titles have been held at the Brisbane RNA, the old Brisbane Airport and Cooroy with the support of ASMF affiliated clubs.

What We Do

At a club level, the ASMF offers support for affilliated clubs. It provides promotion, judging and scrutineering services for affilliated club Car Shows. Judging and scrutineering services are provided at the rates, as outlined in the Qld Div Rule Book. Promotion of affiliated clubs events is free. (Clubs must have at least six current ASMF members to be able to affilliate)

Over the course of the year the ASMF Qld Division Inc sanctions and judges various Premier Car Shows throughout Queensland and New South Wales utilising the ASMF Judging system, including the ASMF Street Machine State Titles (not held every year), and hosts the Ipswich Swap Meet. The State Titles, and the Ipswich Swap Meet, are run by the members and committee of the ASMF.

With the cost of buying and running a new car ever increasing, many people are turning to renovating and modification of older (and often much better built) models as a practical means of acquiring reliable transport. As a bonus they find themselves involved in a fast growing sport which gives them opportunities for friendly competition combined with great socialising.

If you are into the sport of Street Machining, no matter what type or year vehicle you own, the ASMF is for you.

What is a Street Machine?

In basic terms, a Street Machine is a car that has been restored or modified. Many Street Machines do not have large motors and are not capable of high speed. The ASMF is not simply for people who are hooked on power. If you have lovingly and faithfully restored the Hillman Minx left to you by your grandmother, you will get as much fun out of the ASMF membership as the person behind the wheel of the heavily restyled V8 Chrysler, Ford or Holden. Either way you have the satisfaction of knowing that the car you drive is a "one off" and expresses your personality.