Ever since Goulburn local Jessica Tate has remembered, she has been a classic car enthusiast.
It was their love for classic cars that brought them together eight years ago and since then, they have regularly travelled to various car shows across the country including ones in Dubbo and Bendigo.
The 26-year-old and her husband Beau Tate are the proud owners of a 1967 Volkswagen bug and two HR Holden.
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Their four-year-old daughter Eloise also shares their love for cars. "We, along with Eliose and our eight-month-old daughter Ruby, had plans to travel to Summernats this year until the organisers decided to cancel the event," she said.
"For the first time after a long time we have not been able to travel to a car show as most of them were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic."
Both Beau and Jessica used to travel regularly to Canberra to be a part of the car show.
"Instead of travelling to Canberra, we decided to use this as an opportunity to start a local group for others like us in Goulburn," she said.
Jessica started a Facebook group called 'Coffees at the courthouse' where people can come together for a cup of coffee and share their love for classic cars on the last Sunday of every month.
"These cars have barely been driven since the start of the pandemic last year and the meetup will give the owners a good opportunity to get them out," she said.
"We decided on the courthouse as the venue because there are several cafes nearby and there is a park there as well where children can play."
The event will be held on Sunday, January 31 at 10am at 4 Montague Street. entry to the event is free.
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