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Grand Display of French Cars, Sunday 08 July 2018

Totals by marque at 12:15 pm       

Peugeot 46  

Citroen 41  

Renault 31  

Simca 6   

Lorraine Dietrich 1

French Engined Toyota !!! 1

Grand total 126


The Peugeot photos above and below were taken at the Grand Display of French Cars 2018 by PCQ member Neil Dickie. Resolution has been reduced for display on this web site.

Yes, there were other French cars there! A mixture of makes in this slide show.

These photos are courtesy of Silvain Minier, of Catch the Moment Images & Art.

The photos here have had their resolutions reduced for presentation on the web.

Silvain has these and many more photos, which means you can obtain original full resolution photos printed and framed for you in A4 or A3 size, ph 0458 868 695.

Grand Display of French Cars

21st July 2019

at the Murarrie Recreation Reserve, Cannon Hill.

Hosted by the Citroen Club of Queensland.

2019 Numbers





2022 Grand Display of French Cars

 Sunday 16 October

which will be undercover at

Distillery Road Markets, 124 Distillery Rd, Eagleby.

The Renault Club has worked at finding a new venue, hope you can all join us there. Note fees $15/display car, spectators free.

Workers from 7:00 am

Display cars preferred to be parked before 8:30 am for public display from 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

Please bring pre-completed entry form and correct cash $15 for display cars.

Please bring a drip tray or carpet piece etc.

The display area will be on the ground floor level of their new car park, which means it is also undercover. 

Visitors' cars can park on the upper level.  

These two maps show the area, one is a screenshot from Google Earth showing the complex and where to go with arrows.  The other is a graphical map, which may be a little clearer for you.  Please note, that the official address of the Distillery Road Markets is technically on Distillery Road but you need to enter from Henry Hester Drive.  If using the M1, take exit 35 (north or southbound).

See you all there!