Member Club Directory
1066 Classic Car Club
AEC Society Limited
All American Auto Club
The All American Auto Club is the best club in the UK for the lover of classic American cars, trucks and bikes. We are open to anyone who owns an American vehicle of any age.
All Party Parliamentary Historic Vehicles Group
The All Party Parliamentary Historic Vehicles Group is a Parliamentary Group comprising MPs and Peers of the main political parties in the United Kingdom.
American Auto Club (North West)
The AACNW is the North’s premier club for enthusiasts of American vehicles. We are a family friendly, welcoming club who invite all who appreciate the workmanship, engineering, style and soul of these remarkable machines to join us in celebrating these vehicles so rarely seen on UK roads.
Antique Power Group Vintage Club
Archive of Microcars - (RUMCARS)
Ariel Owners Motor Cycle Club
Austin A30/A35 Owners Club
The object of the Club is to maintain as many A30 and A35 vehicles in good working order as is possible by helping, advising, encouraging and cultivating a spirit of friendship amongst owners and other interested people. Membership is therefore open to all owners and enthusiasts of the Austin A30 & A35 range of vehicles.
Austin Big Seven Register
The Austin Big Seven was built 1937-1939; the 4 door version is a 'Sixlite' and the 2 door version is a 'Forlite'. The engine is 900cc but classed as 7hp by the RAC in 1937 to ensure it was in the lower road tax range
Austin Cambridge Westminster Car Club
The Austin Cambridge/Westminster Car Club is a non-profit organisation and was founded in 1980 to accommodate owners and enthusiats of the pre-Farina Austin A40, A50, A55, A90, A95, A105; Farina Austin A55 Mk.II, A60, A99, A110 and all Morris Oxford, Wolseley, Riley and MG Magnette derivates plus the Austin 3-litre, Commercials, Estates and Caravenettes.
Austin Champ Owners Club
The Austin Champ Owners' Club (ACOC) was established for owners & enthusiasts - past, present and future. Our objective is to raise the profile of the Austin Champ and provide a source of information and contacts for people interested in these vehicles.
Austin Counties Car Club Ltd
Founded in 1975, the Austin Counties Car Club caters for Austin cars and derived and related commercial vehicles manufactured from 1939 – 54, (to 1957 for some commercial derivatives) starting with the Austin 8 h.p. and ending with the last pre-BMC Austin, and the last new Austin car to have a separate chassis, the A40 Somerset.
Austin Maxi Owners Club
The club was formed in 1989 and its aim is to preserve and promote the Austin Maxi. The club has members in the UK and throughout the world.
Austin Seven Clubs Association
The Austin Seven Clubs Association ( A7CA ) exists to promote the pre-war Austin Seven car through its umbrella of Austin Seven Clubs. The Association was formed in 1969, with the view of bringing together the various Austin Seven clubs that then existed. Now just about every Austin Seven club worldwide is a member or associate member.
Austin Ten Drivers Club Limited
The Austin Ten Drivers Club was formed in 1965, when Austin Tens represented shoestring motoring and daily transport for the impoverished student and motoring enthusiast. Now the Austin Ten is widely recognised as a classic car in its own right. Affordable, economical and surprisingly practical, even on the roads of today, the Austin Ten is a worthwhile car to own, use and enjoy.
Automobile Club of North Wales
Our club was formed in 1982 and is an 'all makes' club. Membership is open to anyone aged 17 or over with an interest in the hobby of historic vehicles whether or not you own a vehicle.
Ayrshire Vintage Tractor & Machinery Club - (AVTMC)
Banbridge Old Vehicle Club Ltd
Bean Car Club
Berkeley Enthusiasts Club
Blackpool Vehicle Preservation Group Ltd
BMW Historic Motor Club (UK) Ltd
British Made Car Club - (BMCC)
British Motor Cycle Riders Club (Oxford)
We are a small group of enthusiastic motorcyclists who meet every Monday evening at The Red Lion public house in Cassington, approximately 4 miles to the West of Oxford. The club has been in existence for more than 40 years. As the name of the club suggests we own and ride motorcycles (primarily British) but are not restricted to any particular marque, which makes for interesting gatherings inside and outside the pub. Also most of us also own and ride a good selection of Japanese or European bikes.
British Owners Club (Essex)
The club was founded in 1974 by a small group of like-minded people who, seeing that the British motorcycle industry was gradually disappearing, decided they would form a club to not only preserve and ride British motorcycles but where possible renovate them too. The companionship that the club offers at its weekly meetings, rides and help from older members to the young and inexperienced has attracted more and more people to join the club, which now boasts a membership of over 220. Apart from the club night (every Wednesday night) and regular runs, there is the annual field event held by the club every summer.
British Two Stroke Club
Welcome to the British Two Stroke Club website. We are a Club with a sense of humour, noted for navigational inexactitude with an occasional dose of mechanical mayhem! Don't be fooled by the name, we like two strokes from all countries. Our membership ranges from the very young to ladies and gentlemen of greater maturity. The aim is to have fun whether riding a motorcycle, taking part in one of our events, restoring a machine or simply just socialising. Why two strokes? Well, they are relatively simple, since they squeeze the fuel twice, they are efficient and they are super smooth. Our sections around the country and overseas organise regular ride outs and social activities which you are more than welcome to attend, even if you are not yet a member.
Brough Superior Club
The club is operated in the interests of the past and present owners of W.E. Brough and Brough Superior machines, to foster the preservation and use of the machines.
Bude Motor Club
We are a small friendly club situated in Bude, North Cornwall. All our members share a common interest in all types, varieties and ages of motorised vehicles. Membership is free so come along to one of our meetings and join up! Meetings are informal and are held on the first Wednesday of each month. The meeting is set to be held at the Bude golf club, at 7:30 for 8:00pm start.
Bullnose Morris Club Limited (The) - (The Bullnose Morris Club)
Bungay Classic Car Club
Burnham Steam & Historic Machinery Club Ltd
It is a club for everyone, male or female, from the ages 9 to 90. We collect and display anything ‘Olde Worlde’ machine-wise; we have steam engines, to sewing machines. We hold evening meetings on the third Thursday of each month. From time to time, we also have social evenings and events, indoors and out, and coach trips to interesting places for all the family.
Bury Retro Car Club
CAAR-GB (Club of Ancient Automobiles & Rallies GB)
CAAR-GB is a small friendly British Car Club run by its members, for its members - all of whom enjoy exercising their Classic or Vintage Cars on non-competitive leisure rallies around the world. A non-profit club which delivers high standard rallies 'at cost price' to its members. Rallies are designed by our members to deliver exactly what they like
Cadillac Owners Club of GB
We are dedicated to the preservation of the Cadillac brand. We have a bi-monthly magazine, events, while other associated Cadillac clubs and fora is on our website.
Cannock Chase Classic Car Group (CCCCG)
Cardigan Classic Car Club
Our aim is to be a friendly club for all classic car enthusiasts, supporting events in Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire
Cestrian Motoring Enthusiasts Club (CMEG)
Chepstow & District Vintage Club Ltd
Cheshire Classic Car Club
Cinque Ports Classic Motor Cycle Club
Citroën Car Club Limited
Founded in 1949 the club caters for all Citroën models from 1919 to date. We produce a high quality A4 magazine of 72/80 pages every month and hold events throughout the year
Claymills Classic Car Club
Club Audi is the UK’s longest running Audi club. With members across the UK and from all walks of life, the Club Audi family has a place for all to share their enthusiasm.
Club Peugeot UK
Colchester Vintage Motor Club
Commercial Transport in Preservation
Commercial Transport in Preservation is a club for commercial transport enthusiasts. Whether or not you are lucky enough to own a vehicle you’ll find a friendly welcome in CTP.
Cornwall Vintage Vehicle Society
Cumbria Classic Car Club
Damn Yankees American Car Club
Devon Vintage Car Club
Founded in 1968 for those interested in the restoration, preservation and use of classic cars, we have regular runs and events, also raising c.£4,000 a year for local charities.
Double L L Club
We have a very varied and eclectic range of vehicles, including cars, tractors, military, commercial vehicles and even a steam engine along with lots of collections and memorabilia all owned by our members who enjoy displaying these at many a fete or larger rallies and country shows “mainly” in the southern regions, and some beyond.
Drive it Day
Droop Snoot Group
Early Ford V8 Club, Regional Group UK127
The UK Region of the Early Ford V8 Club of America is dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of all Ford Motor Company vehicles manufactured from 1932 to 1953, in particular those vehicles which used the Ford V8 sidevalve engine.
East Yorkshire Thoroughbred Car Club
Formed in 1982, the EYTCC is a club for enthusiasts of vintage and classic motor vehicles, forming part of our heritage. The club has many events throughout the year, and a large membership – with a diverse selection of vehicles – generally over 20 years old, with exception at some larger events, where we may also display some members younger ‘future classics’.
ERF Historic Vehicles Ltd (REVS)
Essex Austin Seven Club (EA7C)
In 1974 six enthusiasts formed the club to further interest in, and use of, the Austin Seven in a social environment for the benefit of its members and for charity, which it continues today.
Exeter Classic Motorcycle Club
We are a Devon based, easy going motorcycle club which caters for a variety of machines ranging from the twenties to the present day. Classic bikes are defined by us as being 25 years old. Meetings are held on the first Monday of the month
Fairford Classic Car Club
Fairthorpe Sports Car Club
Fife Historic Vehicle Club
Started in the mid-1970s by a group of enthusiasts we are a long established club, the members of which own or have an interest in a variety of older or classic vehicles. From pushbikes to motorbikes, cars to buses, and tractors to commercial vehicles.
Fleetwood Festival of Transport
Fleur De Lys
Ford Corsair Owners Club - (FCOC)
Francis Barnett Owners Club - (F.B.O.C)
Friends of Classic London Buses of the Fifties
Furnace Motor Club
Ginetta Owners Club
Glamorgan Classic Car Club
Glamorgan Iron Horse Vintage Society - (GIHVS)
We are a classic car club with a sociable side. Formed primarily around the Morris Minor we also welcome other classic cars, which were originally designed pre-1980
Grange over Sands Historic Vehicle Society
Grantham Classic Car Club
Guernsey Old Car Club
The Guernsey Old Car Club was founded in 1969 by and for enthusiasts and owners of Veteran, Vintage, Post-Vintage and Classic Cars. Most members own such vehicles but this is not necessary. Membership is open to all young and old who share our interest.
Gwynedd Historic Transport Club
H & H Classic Vehicle Club
Haflinger & Pinzgauer Club UK
Healey Drivers Club
Hereford & District Preservation Society Ltd
Hereford Austin Seven Club
Historic Caravan Club
Historic Rally Car Register (HRCR)
Honda S800 Sports Car Club
Horton Historic Vehicle Club
The South Gloucestershire club has "From '20s to 2000s" as its unofficial motto. In other words, everyone and every type of vehicle is welcome. Although we have ‘historic’ in our title, we are quite liberal in our interpretation of that word, so if you have any kind of interesting vehicle, or any kind of interest in them, then you will feel at home.
Humber Register (1896-1932)
Invalid Carriage Register
The Invalid Carriage Register has been in existence since 1995. It exists to track and record all known existing Invacars, Invalid Carriages and trykes to promote and conserve these important vehicles. We advise and support their owners, who include private and public owners including curators of museums, from around the world. We support owners in all manner of practical concerns including identification, conservation, restoration and registrations issues.
Jersey Classic Vehicle Club
The Jersey Classic Vehicle Club was formed in 1992 by a small group of enthusiasts who felt that the owners of classic vehicles were not being catered for on the Island, in other words vehicles which did not fall into the vintage or veteran category. Interest soon increased and the club grew quickly with a whole range of vehicles joining in, including cars, motor-cycles, commercials, tractors and military vehicles. As the club grew the number of events held during the year increased with drives out and static displays taking place at different venues plus the regular club meetings which are held on the last Sunday of each month.
Jersey Old Motor Club
We are passionate about our cars and proud to be custodians of part of our heritage through the maintenance and restoration of such wonderful vehicles. All of our cars are pre-1951 with the majority being pre World War 2 and many going back to the turn of the 20th. century or before
Jowett Car Club
The main objectives are to promote the restoration, preservation and use of all Jowett vehicles at exhibitions, social meetings, rallies and tours.
Kettering Area Motor Club - (KAM Club)
Kildrummy Veteran and Vintage Vehicles Club
Kimbolton Classic Car Club
Kings Lynn Kruisers
Knighton Historic Vehicle Club
The Mid-Wales and English Borders club for all classic and vintage vehicle owners and enthusiasts. The club was formed in April 1999 and the first meeting took place in the Knighton Hotel.
L E Velo Club Ltd
Formed from a spontaneous rally of riders meeting at Newlands Corner, just outside of Guildford in Surrey, in the early summer of 1950, the LE Velo Club has survived the changing values of more than six decades. Now into its 7th decade, it has over 1300 members worldwide and is a limited company committed to promoting the enjoyment, riding and restoration of the post-war lightweight models - the LE, Vogue, Valiant and Viceroy.
Lancia's ground-breaking Lambda caused a sensation when it was introduced in 1923.
Lamborghini Club UK
Open to owners and potential owners including under-16s, all of whom share the passion for all things Automobili Lamborghini and its founder Ferruccio
Lancashire Vehicle Club - (LVC)
Land Rover Register 1948-1953
Leicester Classic Car Enthusiasts
Leyhill Classic Motor Club
Lincolnshire Automobile Club
We are a small but friendly local club, established in 2018, who support classic car owners in Lincolnshire to get the most from their vehicles. We organise a variety of activities throughout the year. Our members have a wide range of vehicles and all classics are welcome.
Lisburn City Old Vehicle Club
Lisburn City Old Vehicle Club was formed in 2012 and caters for all descriptions of classic vehicles manufactured up to 1990. The Club meets on the third Tuesday of the month, in Lower Maze Community Hall, Halftown Road, Lisburn at 7.30pm. If you have an interest in classic vehicles, you are more than welcome to attend.
London Douglas Motor Cycle Club Limited
London Vintage Taxi Association
Founded in 1978, the London Vintage Taxi Association is the only club in the world dedicated to preserving historic London taxicabs and their commercial vehicle and private hire variants.
Lowestoft Classic Vehicle Club
Maestro and Montego Owners Club
Formed in 1999, the Maestro & Montego Owners Club has worked tirelessly to further its original aim of promoting the use and preservation of Maestros and Montegos as an important part of our motoring heritage.
Maidstone Historic Vehicle Group
We are a group of sociable car enthusiasts based essentailly in Maidstone but drawing membership from Hampshire to Dover. The accent is on interest in Classic Cars of all ages and types – indeed members’ cars range from Brighton Run cars to newish Morgans. In this we differ from single marque clubs and have a totally diverse membership covering most popular makes of classic car.
Marston Sunbeam Club & Register Ltd
The Marston Sunbeam Club and Register exists to promote the preservation, use, and enjoyment of Sunbeam motorcycles and bicycles manufactured by John Marston Ltd. As well as a programme of events including an annual rally, the benefits of membership include a quarterly magazine and access to a wide range of documentation and a comprehensive spares service. The club can also help with certification for DVLA registration applications.
Matching Green Classic and Sports Car Club (MGCSCC)
The Matching Green Classic and Sports Car Club was formed 25 years ago by a small number of local car enthusiasts and has grown steadily to its present membership of around 90 members. We are a social club with members having a common interest in classic and sports cars and we meet on the first Sunday in each month at The Fox public house in Matching Tye for refreshments and to catch up with club news. There is one exception to this routine and that is the first Sunday in July when our annual car show takes place on Matching Green starting at 10.30 and running through to 16.30
Mates Classic Car Club
Mean Old Timers Classic Car & Motorcycle Club
Metro Owners Club
The Metro Owners Club officially formed in February 2009 as a group of enthusiasts celebrating a fantastic little car. We cover everything from 1980-1998, welcoming Austin, MG and Rover Metros as well as the Rover 100. We whole-heartedly welcome all Metro and 100 owners; whether you own a perfectly preserved original example, a well-loved and well-used daily or a modified masterpiece, if you love these cars as much as us then you’ll fit right in.
MG Octagon Car Club - (MGOCC)
‘The’ club for owners of pre-1956 MG cars, founded in 1969 it has 2,100 members worldwide. It commissions small runs of spares not otherwise available, provides spares plus technical and DVLA
Michael Sedgwick Memorial Trust
This Charitable Trust exists to encourage the recording and publication of motoring history. A not-for-profit organisation, it was established in 1983 in memory of Michael C Sedgwick, one of the world’s most respected motoring writers and automotive historians. The M.S.M.T. can provide help to authors, researchers and publishers seeking advice and support for book projects about mechanised road transport of any kind.
Mid Wales Vintage Machinery Club Ltd
Midas Owners Club
The Club was formed in 1985 by Colin Spencer to promote interest in Midas cars and provide information to Midas owners. Membership from year to year usually stands at about 200, including several overseas. We arrange a Midas parking area at most of the major kit car events each year, and an Annual General Meeting is held, often in conjunction with a factory visit to Midas Cars Ltd at Clanfield.
Midland Rover Owners Club Limited - (MROC)
Midlands Mercedes Group
Military Vehicle Preservation Group (MVPG)
Military Vehicle Trust
Mk 1 Cortina Owners Club Ltd
The MK1 Cortina Owners Club was established in 1982, and has members worldwide. Recognised by the Ford Motor Company and the DVLA, the club welcomes all Mk1s from standard models to customised, including rally and racing cars.
Model T Ford Register
In September 1959, Lord Montagu of Beaulieu invited owners of Model T Fords to an event at Beaulieu to celebrate the Model T’s 50th anniversary. Lord Montagu suggested that a register of Model T’s be formed and subsequently the Model T Ford Register of Great Britain was founded in 1960 by the late Charles Pearce. Our aims are to encourage the preservation and use of early Ford vehicles (1903 ~ 1927).
Morris Marina Owners
Frank Phillips and Clive Higgins founded the Morris Marina Owners Club, incorporating the Morris Ital Register, in 1985 with the intention of recognising the place of the Marina and Ital in all of its derivatives in motoring history. The club has well over 300 members across the globe who enjoy the benefits of membership.
Morris Minor Owners Club
National Autocycle and Cyclemotor Club (The 'Buzzing' Club)
With around 1,600 members and growing, the National Autocycle and Cyclemotor Club Ltd. (NACC) is the largest club in the UK for enthusiasts of cyclemotors, autocycles, mopeds and small capacity motorcycles. The club has members all over the British Isles, with some 20 active local sections, plus we have many members overseas throughout the world. Membership is open to anyone interested in these and other similar small-engined machines.
National Street Rod Association - (NSRA)
National Traction Engine Trust (NTET)
The National Traction Engine Trust (NTET) represents owners and enthusiasts alike and is pleased to be regarded as the World’s Premier Steam Traction Preservation Organisation.
National Vintage Tractor & Engine Club
New Davrian Register
The New Davrian Register was founded in 1993 and is open to all those who are interested in Davrians and Darrians. The main intention of the register is to provide a central focus for owners, and to publicise the Davrian and Darrian marques so as to introduce them to a wider audience. The register also holds a list of "Cars for Sale" and "Cars Wanted".
Newbury MG Owners Club
Our aim is to provide a central point for MG owners in the Newbury area of West Berkshire where they can gather to socialise, organise events and generally mix with like minded people. This club has been around for 25yrs and currently has approximately 80 members.
Newmarket & District Car Club
We have over 100 members with a common interest in cars dating from the 1930s to modern-day classics. We meet every month and organise a range of events including road runs, attendance at shows, weekend trips, talks and social gatherings.
North East Bus Preservation Trust Ltd
The North East Bus Preservation Trust (NEBPT) is a group of over 110 bus and coach enthusiasts dedicated to preserving the vehicles and heritage of the North East of England. t the present time the North East Bus Preservation Trust has two buildings used for storage and workshop facilities. The North East Bus Preservation Trust currently owns 22 vehicles and we also maintain a list of preserved buses.
North East Essex Tractor & Engine Club
North of England Classic & Pre-War Automobiles (NECPWA)
North of England Classic & Pre-War Automobiles (formerly known as The North East Club for Pre-War Austins) was established in 1966 by Tony Pelton. It is now the largest Historic Vehicle Club in the North of England with 830+ members.
North Staffs & Cheshire Traction Engine Club
We are a club dedicated to the preservation and restoration of all manner of vintage items. Our site is quite unique, affording members the space to store engines and living vans etc. with a clubroom and onsite kitchen which provides refreshments during our public events. It is home to several steam vehicles, associated living vans and other historic vehicles belonging to Club members and the Club itself.
North West Casual Classics
Northampton Transport Heritage
Northampton Transport Heritage was formed in 2017, principally to look after three ex-Northampton Corporation Vehicles: ANH 154, DNH 197 and JVV 267G to secure their preservation for future generations to access them. Since then we have acquired five more vehicles; Volvo B7L Single Decker - MV02 VBZ, No 146 - VV 9146 a Crossley new to Northampton Corporation in 1946, an ex-Stagecoach Midibus Mercedes 709D - L381 LBD, Bristol VR PBD 40R, Bristol MW6G with ECW C39F - GRP 260D, YBD 201 - Bristol MW5G -Ex United Counties and H654 VVV – 1990 Leyland Olympian. We also have access to other buses that are listed along with more details of our buses on the Vehicles page. In May 2021 we were awarded Charity Status in England and Wales, from that in June 2021 we applied for and were granted Gift Aid Status. We use our vehicles for what they were built to do- carry passengers! We host various members trips, visit schools, care homes and community groups as well as working with local authorities to host Heritage Open Days events.
Northants MG Owners
orthants’ MG Owners’ Club was founded in February 1978 by a small band of MG Owners at a meeting at The Spinney Hill Public House on Kettering Road in Northampton. It was formed to encourage like-minded enthusiasts of the MG marque to join together for social events and activities.
Northern Bygones Society
Northern Bygones is a family run organisation and we all have a passion for classic and vintage vehicles. Over the years we have organised some very successful shows and look forward to being able to continue to plan and organise popular, well attended events.
Panhard et Levassor Club GB
Pembrokeshire Classic Car Club
The club was formed in 1983 to promote a local interest in Classic Cars and provide its members with an outlet for their absorbing hobby. The club provides a forum for old car enthusiasts, county wide in which technical problems can be discussed with fellow members. Meetings are held at Haverfordwest Cricket Club, Dale Road, on the Last Thursday of the month between September and June.
Pembrokeshire Vintage Car Club
Peterborough Volunteer Fire Brigade
The Volunteer brigade was formed in 1884 by a group of Peterborough businessmen after they believed the efforts of the Corporation Brigade, as it was then, had been ineffective following a serious fire at the Infirmary. The Volunteer brigade has managed to remain a separate entity since then despite a number of reorganisation of the fire and rescue service since then, such as the major change in 1941 when over 1,600 separate fire brigades merged into the national Fire Service, and in 1948 when the fire service was returned to local authority control. Still active with a modern appliance, it has a small heritage collection that includes a 1963 vintage forward-control Land Rover appliance.
Phoenix Classic Vehicle Association
Police Vehicle Enthusiasts Club (PVEC)
PVEC – The Police Vehicle Enthusiasts’ Club – was founded in 1986. Originally for collectors of model police cars, the Club has evolved to embrace the diversity, history and preservation of police vehicles across the UK and abroad. Members don’t have to own a classic vehicle or collect models – they just all want to share an interest in police vehicles.
Pontarddulais Classic Motor Club
Established in 1995 by a group of local enthusiasts the club meets the first Wednesday of each month at the Pontarddulais Working Men’s Club
Pre-67 Ford Owners Club
A club which celebrates Pre 1967 Ford automobiles. We host Scottish Ford Day, Scotland's best Ford event
Range Rover Register
Reliant Kitten Register
The Reliant Kitten Register was formed in 1991 to provide a point of contact, not only for owners and enthusiasts of Reliant Kittens, but also all the other under 1 litre 4-wheeled Reliant built or based vehicles
Reliant Owners Club
The club welcomes everyone who has a passion for this unique vehicle manufacturer. All Reliant based vehicles are catered for, from the small economy Reliant vehicles and the larger sporting Reliants, to the later Middlebridges and BN Robins.
Reliant Sabre and Scimitar Owners Club
Renault Frères Club
The Renault Frères Club caters exclusively for all Renaults designed from 1898 to 1939. We welcome members from around the world and can assist in dating and technical issues.
Riley Motor Club
The Riley Motor Club was founded in 1925. It is one of the oldest one-make car clubs and is the original Riley Club. The Club is a member of The Association of Riley Clubs. The Riley Motor Club is an international Club for owners and enthusiasts of the Riley marque. It caters for all ages of Rileys, from the first Riley car of 1898 through pre-war and RM models to the BMC Rileys of the late 1960s; all owners and enthusiasts are warmly welcomed by the Club.
Riley Register (The)
The Register is a club for anyone with an interest in Pre War Riley Motor Cars that were built in Coventry between 1899 and 1940. We provide comprehensive services to members; including a wide range of spares, regalia, social events, rallies, club newsletters and a quarterly Bulletin.
Riley RM Club
Membership is open to all owners and enthusiasts of the Riley RM series motor cars made between 1945 and 1957, and is also open to owners of pre-war Nuffield Rileys and those post-war Healeys using Riley mechanical parts.
Ripon Old Cars
Organised by Ripon Old Cars, in late July every year we bring you a Classic Car Gathering at Ripon Racecourse.We are a not-for-profit group with all monies raised going to charities, nominated each year by our Committee.
Ro80 Club GB
Founded in 1979, only two years after the end of the series production of the NSU Ro80. At the personal request of Felix Wankel, the addition "Verein für Kreiskolbentechnik" was already included in the name at that time. Therefore friends of all kinds of rotary engines are always welcome in our club.
Road Roller Association
Steam rollers, motor rollers and road making equipment We welcome anyone interested in steam or motor rollers, their history or associated equipment.
Robert William Thomson Memorial Fellowship
Robert William Thomson was a mechanical genius. He was a prolific inventor and, as a civil engineer, was involved in many diverse projects in his relatively short life. The Robert William Thomson Memorial Fellowship was formed in 1975 in his hometown, Stonehaven.
Rochdale Owners Club
The Rochdale Owners Club was formed in June 1981 by a group of owners keen to establish a club exclusively for the Rochdale marque.
Rochdale Vintage & Collectors Car Club
Rochford Hundred Vintage Tractor & Engine Club - (RHVTEC)
Rolls-Royce and Bentley Specialists Association
The Rolls-Royce and Bentley Specialists’ Association (RRBSA) encompasses the world’s leading restorers, repairers and parts producers for all eras of Rolls-Royce and Bentley motor cars. The membership companies are passionate about providing the best possible service and the highest standards of workmanship, and represent the finest craftsmen and engineers in the trade. Members work collaboratively to share knowledge, raise standards and ensure parts availability. You can be assured that a company displaying the RRBSA logo will provide the very highest standards of service and expertise.
Rover 800 Owners Club inc. Rover 600
The Club caters for all derivatives of the Rover 800 Series and as a member you are a part of an initiative to ‘Preserve the Flagship’. In addition to enjoying access to a wealth of technical and production information you can bring your 800 series along to many events. In fact, this is one of the primary reasons for the owners clubs existence with an emphasis placed on promotion of the 800 series at shows and events across the country.
Rover SD1 Club
Saddleworth Classic & Rare Car Enthusiasts SCARCE
The hills of Saddleworth in the West Riding of Yorkshire have long lent themselves to the joy and excitement of motoring, and the knowledge that there were many lovely old cars gathering dust in the nooks and crannies of this lovely part of England was the incentive for launching a club that we can all enjoy - with or without an old classic - just the enthusiasm for these fine old motors will suffice to become a member. Since we inaugurated in April 2010 we have brought together many like-minded individuals who come along and meet on the third Wednesday of each month.
Salop Yesteryear Motor Club
Scott Owners Club Ltd
The Scott Owners Club was founded in July 1958 and currently has more than 700 members scattered world-wide, with sections in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the Far East. In the UK we have sections in the North, North West, Midlands, South West, Wales, Scotland, London area and East Midlands, with regular local meetings in most areas. The Club caters for the owners of all Shipley-built Scotts (1908/9 to 1950), Birmingham-built Aerco Jig and Tool Co machines (1954-1972), and the Derby-built Silk motorcycle.
Scottish Austin Seven Club Ltd. - (SA7C)
Scottish Vintage Tractor & Engine Club
As the result of a newspaper advert about starting a club for enthusiasts of vintage tractor and engines, a meeting was held in the home of Alan T Condie. The first rally was held in 1977 and continues to this day, now at Scone Palace, Perth.
Shetland Classic Motorcycle Club
The club exists to help members, fellow enthusiasts and visitors to our islands to share and promote their interest in classic motorcycles. The SCMC is also the owner and custodian of the extensive Browster Collection of vintage motorcycles, parts and associated paraphernalia.
Silent Sports Car Club
The club celebrates the 2,422 Bentleys built by Rolls-Royce in Derby between 1933 and 1940. These chassis carried coachwork from over 40 independent coachbuilders in the UK and Europe, some of it easily among the most elegant of the period.
Simca Club UK
Includes SIMCA Aronde, Vedette, 1000, 1100, 1300/1500, 1301/1501, Chrysler/Talbot Alpine, Horizon, 180 and 2 litre, Horizon, Samba, Solara, Tagora, Bagheera, Rancho and Murena.
Singer Owners' Club (SOC)
The Singer Owners' Club has been in existence for over 70 years and is dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of all Singer cars & vehicles spanning over 100 years of production, be they bicycles, motorcycles, cars or commercials
Skoda Owners' Club GB
The Škoda Owners’ Club GB was founded in 1962 by Roy Desborough, with the simple objective of connecting and supporting owners of Škodas in Great Britain. To this day the Club continues to adhere to that mantra and now boasts a growing number of members up and down the country, and from further afield. We welcome owners and enthusiasts, regardless of the age of their car (or cars!). You don’t even need a Škoda to join our community, just a shared interest in the marque.
Sleaford Historic Car & Motorcycle Show
Sleaford's very own Classic Car & Motorcycle Show Committee bring you a wonderful show every year.
Society of Automotive Historians in Britain
The principal purpose of the SAHB is to encourage research, recording, compilation and publication of historical facts concerning the worldwide development of mechanically powered road transport and all related topics from inception to the present day. The SAHB exists for all those of amateur or professional status who are interested in any aspect of motoring history, whether or not they are UK resident. The Society produces a quarterly publication: SAHB Times, an annual journal: Aspects of Motoring History; plus a comprehensive Membership Directory which assists in information exchange networking.
Solent Austin Seven Club Limited
The Solent Austin Seven 7 Club was started in 1972 to bring together those who have a love for the splendid little cars which were manufactured by Herbert Austin. Since 1923, when the first models came off the production line at Longbridge factory, there has been a Worldwide affection for the Austin Seven, and an admiration for the enormous longevity which Austin built into his vehicles. The Club meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 8pm at Shedfield Reading Rooms. There is a warm welcome awaiting anyone who wishes to join the often lively meetings.
South Eastern Vintage Agricultural Club
South of Scotland Veteran and Vintage Vehicle Club
We promote the preservation and use of historic vehicles, cars and motorcycles, with a varied summer programme of evening and weekend runs, plus attending shows and rallies.
South Wales Land Rover Club
The club was set up in the late-nineties with the purpose of bringing together local Land Rover enthusiasts. We have members from all over South Wales, with ages spanning from newly born to just about hanging in there. We have a monthly meeting and get out as often as we can on road runs, camping trips, factory tours, gentle green laning, pub quizzes and anything else that grabs our members’ interest.
South Wales Sunbeam Motorcycle Club
Southern Counties Historic Vehicles Preservation Trust
We were incorporated in 1978 to develop the Worthing & Southern Counties Historic Vehicle Group. This was formed in 1962 to encourage the preservation and exhibition of steam traction engines, historic vehicles, stationary engines and other associated equipment in the southern counties of England.
Southern Daimler & Lanchester Club
Southern Milestone Motor Club
Southern Rover Owners Club
Square Wheels Club
Square Wheels encourages, engages and unites through classic vehicle events. It grew from 300 years of English Freemasonry. The Club is now open to anyone who shares our passion.
St Helens Classic Car Association
The club welcomes all cars of any age and all we insist on is that you care a lot about cars in general. We visit car shows throughout the year, and we also have other events such as drive out days, family fun days, etc.
Stag Owners Club
The Stag Owners Club provides support, advice and events which enhance the enjoyment and experience that all Stag owners and enthusiasts have from their cars. Members can enjoy a wide selection of Club benefits and activities
Starting Handle Club
Preserving Vintage and Classic Agricultural Machinery in Norfolk
Sunbeam Talbot Darracq Register Ltd
Sunderland & District Classic Vehicle Society
We are a very friendly, easy going group of people who decided to start a classic vehicle club back in 1996. From half a dozen friends, with the same passion for old vehicles, we have grown into a well respected club in the North East of England.
Surrey Classic Vehicle Club
The Surrey Classic Vehicle Club prides itself on the quality and diversity of the vehicles its members display. The Club does not believe that date of manufacture is the only factor that makes a vehicle a classic and it operates its membership selection within the 'spirit' of what is deemed to be a classic.
Swansea Historic Vehicle Register
A multi-marque classic and vintage car club based in Swansea South Wales, we are an active club attending shows most weekends during the summer and running our Summer Rally weekend in July where we are joined by our twin Club Kinsale from Southern Ireland.
Talbot Owners Club
The home of pre-war London Talbots the essence of the Club is to ensure that members meet and enjoy themselves; the Club is open and democratic, dialogue is encouraged. It is for people of all ages who like Talbot cars and want to enjoy the company of like-minded people and also to support current Talbot involvement in historic competition.
Tamar Historic Transport Club (THTC)
Tame Valley Vintage & Classic Car Club Ltd
Tameside Car Collectors
Tameside Car Collectors club is an association of classic car enthusiasts based in Tameside, Manchester. The club was founded in 2011, when a group of friends decided to come together to share their love of classic cars with people around the country
Taunton Historic Vehicle Group
Teal Owners Club - (TOC)
Membership is open to anyone; owning a Teal is not essential. It is enough to have an interest in the marque, and all similar replicas are welcome. We aim to enhance the enjoyment of owning and using a Teal car, by way of activities, car based or otherwise, organised by The Club, or individuals, and to provide a degree of technical and engineering support.
We are a sociable very active club for Devon, organising runs, shows and events.
Test Valley Motor Enthusiasts
The 289 Register
The club for AC Ace and Cobra owners, builders and enthusiasts
The Beauford Club
The club welcomes anyone with an interest in Beauford cars. First made in 1985 with a ladder chassis, at the front is a long bonnet with flowing wings at either side to give the appearance of a 1930s luxury car.
The Delage Register
Delage – France's Finest Car... the title was well earned. During the company's near half-century of existence, Delage cars took top honours in just about every field of motoring. The club supports all owners, with technical advice, events and rallies.
The Ford Anglia 105e Owners Club
The Ford Anglia 105e Owners Club is a non-profit club offering multiple benefits to members. All profits are used to secure and manufacture spares to help keep our vehicles on the road.
The Greeves Riders Association
The Greeves Riders Association is the international one-make club, for those interested in Greeves motorcycles. The purpose is to help Greeves enthusiasts keep in touch, to share information about Greeves motorcycles and to encourage their restoration, preservation and use.
The Griffin Trust
A unique collection of British motoring history at its best. Located at Hooton Park in Cheshire, next to the famous Ellesmere Port car plant, the Griffin Trust maintains a historic collection, while also running events celebrating the heritage of one of the world's oldest vehicle manufacturers.
The Invicta Car Club
Our activities are mainly social, and members receive the club magazine ‘Invicta News’ every quarter. A great deal of technical information is available from within the membership and much documentation on the history of the pre-war Invicta Company and its Cars is held.
The Kettle Club
Founded in 1995, it is the world’s largest single-type, classic motorcycle club, owing its existence to one of the most distinctive and innovative motorcycles of the 1970s.
The Maico Owners Club
The Maico Club is a long established owners’ club and can trace its roots back to the late '50s, originating from the heyday of scootering. The club is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of Maico scooters. The club also endeavours to be the platform by which all like-minded enthusiasts around the world can keep in touch with each other.
The Model A Ford Club of Great Britain
The Morgan Three-Wheeler Club Ltd
A club for all Morgan Three-Wheelers from 1909 to the present day. The Club, formed in 1945, has a proud history of offering its members a wide range of activities and support and is an essential part of owning and running a Morgan Three-Wheeler.
The Sentinel Drivers Club
The Sentinel Drivers Club is solely a voluntary run club, consisting of Sentinel owners, drivers, firemen/ women, helpers and most importantly enthusiasts of anything Sentinel. We can boast an international membership with global recognition.
The Swift Club
Founded in June 1985 at an impromptu weekend rally in Norfolk organised by two Swift owners, the club's objectives include encouraging the restoration and use of cars, cycles, motorcycles produced by Swift of Coventry Co. (and their predecessors the Swift Motor Co. and the Swift Cycle Co.)
Thetford & District Classic Vehicle Club
Toyota Enthusiasts Club
Founded in 1991 predominantly to support the use and preservation of older Toyotas, we are a non-profit organisation that welcomes owners and enthusiasts of vehicles of all ages from the Toyota family. Corolla to Crown, Land Cruiser to LFA, Mirai to Mega Cruiser – if you love Toyota, we would love to have you as a member
Traction Owners Club Ltd
Triumph 2000 Register
The Triumph 2000 / 2500 / 2·5 Register is a classic car club dedicated to the preservation, ownership and enjoyment of the Triumph six-cylinder saloon and estate cars produced between 1963 and 1977.
Tyneside American Car Club
The Club started life back in 1995, and although small, we are still going strong. We hold meetings from April to November. We also hold two social events each year, a BBQ to celebrate American Independence Day, as close as we can to 4th July, and a traditional American styled meal, to celebrate Thanksgiving, towards the end of November. Many of our members attend various Classic and American Car Shows throughout the summer, as well as some of the monthly cruises which take place around the area. If you attend one of the many Classic Car Shows in the North East you will more than likely bump into at least one member of Tyneside American!
Uxbridge Classic Vehicle Club
Formed in 1963 as the 'Uxbridge and District Vintage Vehicle Society' with the object of preserving and promoting the enjoyment of the historic motor vehicle. The Society changed its name to 'Uxbridge and District Classic Vehicle Society' in 2000 to reflect the wider range of members vehicles participating in the society’s activities and again in 2018 to the 'Uxbridge Classic Vehicle Club' (UCVC) to mark the club's 55th year. As well as attending a number of events and rallies throughout the year, monthly meetings are held at the 'Uxbridge Conservative & Social Club,' Uxbridge on the 3rd Wednesday of each month.
Vauxhall Owners Club (1903-1957)
The Club covers all Vauxhall cars and car-derived Bedford commercial vehicles from the first five horse-power car built in 1903 to the E Type Wyvern, Velox and Cresta models which ceased production in 1957. The period was chosen to include all cars built with the famous flutes proudly displayed on the bonnet. Formed in 1976, the Club is a non-profit making organisation run by and for the members of which there are approximately 400, many of them overseas. The aims of the Club are to further interest in the preservation, history and active use of the older Vauxhalls and to provide a medium for communication on these subjects. Each major range from the nineteen twenties onwards has a Mentor providing specialist advice and a Spares Co-ordinator helps to keep historic Vauxhalls on the road.
Vectis MG Club
Vintage Austin Register Ltd
Whether you are a vintage Austin owner, a potential owner or just interested in Austin, the VAR caters for all Austin vehicles manufactured from 1905 -1939 but principally for the Austin 12, 16 and 20 HP cars manufactured until early 1930s.
Vintage Hot Rod Association - (VHRA)
The VHRA is a club for owners of traditional hot rods and customs that have their roots firmly in mid-20th century American car culture. Old cars hopped up using old parts!
Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club
Volvo Owners Club Ltd
Car clubs are often seen as being the sole preserve of owners of old or classic cars. But when the Volvo Owners Club was formed in 1962 it was to cater for owners of those 'newfangled' cars from Sweden which had just started to arrive in the UK. The club caters for all Volvo cars and our membership ranges from the oldest, a 1928 OV4, to the current production Volvo cars. The Volvo Owners Club Ltd is an entirely independent organisation set up in the UK in 1962. It maintains good relations with Volvo themselves, but is not affiliated to them in any way.
Wartburg Trabant IFA Club UK
Founded in 1969, the Club evolved after the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall and now welcomes all Eastern Bloc vehicle enthusiasts, with 42 different manufacturers now represented.
Warton Classic Vehicle Group
We meet in The Malt Shovel, Warton, on the last Thursday of every month, from 8pm onwards. Our WCVG Group is open to anyone who owns, or has an interest in, classic cars and motorbikes. We have been in existence for over 5 years now, and we hold regular evening road runs, attend local vehicle shows, and have occasional visiting speakers.
West Berkshire Classic Vehicle Club
West Midlands Classic Car Club
Wetherby Classic Car Club
WCCC is an All Marque Classic Vehicle Club, based in Yorkshire. We meet monthly with regular presentations, enjoy showing our cars and having outings together.
Weymouth Vehicle Preservation Society - (WVPS)
Wigton Motor Club
Wigton Motor Club organise a range of events, catering for both modern and historic competitors. As a member of the association of North East and Cumbria Car Clubs (ANECCC), the Association of Scottish Car Clubs and Association of North West Car Clubs (ANWCC), this allows our members to compete in events from the north of Scotland down to the Midlands, including virtually any event in the North of England.
If you live on or near the Wirral and love Minis, you’ve come to the right place! Wirral Minis offers a home to Mini enthusiasts who want to meet up with like-minded people to drive their cars and have fun. We’re not a club for boy racers or anoraks keen to debate originality endlessly. We don’t care if you have a Cooper S or a bog-standard City as long as you love it. Owners of modern Minis are also welcome to join.