- 1st Prize Tufflift Hoist Tyrone Benson
- 2nd Prize Typhoon Tools Rick Hyde
- 3rd Prize Aussie Desert Cooler Voucher Ken Rickey
Congratulations to the winners !
As of 4th of September, there is still accommodation available in Nagambie, check out
www.nagambielakestourism.com.au/stay for details.
For accommodation options check out http://www.nagambielakestourism.com.au/stay
We are proud to announce that Friday night .... (no extra charge) ... at dusk, the Regatta Centre will become The Crankster Drive Inn where we'll be watching one of your favorites!! Blues Brothers. Stick around, we're going to have a ball.
And a couple of highlights for Sunday - Sun Rising is a tribute band to the greatest record label ever and The Cranksters have organised them to entertain Sunday 20th September at Nagambie Regatta Center. Also on Sunday $2000 cash is up for grabs for the best Elvis Presley impersonator. If you're able to come for the weekend, extra prizes and surprises will be available at the Saturday night dinner. Check out the article below and the rest of this website, freshly updated for the 2015 event for all the details.
Time to get serious -
Guys and Gals, it's time to get ready for one of the best (perhaps the best) hot rod runs on the Australian calendar. 2015 Cranksters Cruise Nagambie will not let you down!! The Cranksters Rod and Kustom club have been working tirelessly to bring you yet another great weekend on the banks of Lake Nagambie.
Entry forms are now available to download from this website.
The theme this year is celebrating 60 years of Rock and Roll. Nagambie Regatta Centre is the place to be. Sun Rising will be entertaining the crowds. These guys are great musicians and they relive the years of Sun Records including music from Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis. We can highly recommend the afternoon as one that will be of top entertainment. The concert will run hand in hand with the Tufflift Chrome Bumper Show and Shine where you and a car full of your mates can enter your prized automotive chrome bumpered vehicle and enter the show for the very low price of $10. Can't come for the weekend - no problems, make it a day trip.
Over 700 cars were on display last year. How many can we make it this year??
Check out the rest of our website - freshly updated for the 2015 event.
Review by Larry O'Toole
The Hot Rod Gods must have been smiling on all events held over the weekend of 14th and 15th September. What glorious weather we had for the Cranksters Run in Nagambie, Victoria. Then on the Monday the whole east coast was wet, wet, wet!
Getting back to the Cranksters Run. What a great weekend it was with the "Reliability" Run on Saturday and the huge show and shine on Sunday. Lots of fun was had on the run, with "Pirates" stopping all traffic on Kirwans Bridge to gather donations for Camp Quality. For lots of the "fun questions" an educated guess had to do, with some serious questions thrown in. There was certainly plenty to see on Sunday with the extra attendance of rodders just coming for the day, plus other invited special interest vehicles. There were plenty of food vendors (with reasonable prices), good music and good company to share.
At the charity auction held at the end of the day, many interesting items were sold to the enthusiastic crowd. The last item was a tandem parachute jump. Oggie suggested that if enough money was raised, Norm Hardinge could "Take the Plunge!" Well there were hands shooting up left right and centre, and soon a good sum had been raised. Norm was not impressed. So next year he is going to get even with Oggi. If for no other reason, it will be worth going to this run just to see what "pain" Norm will inflict on Oggi! Put it in your calendar now.