The Deux Chevaux Club of Great Britain – affectionately known to all as '2CVGB' – was founded in 1978 by and for owners and enthusiasts of the Citroën 2CV and the other A-Series vehicles including the Dyane, Ami, Méhari and Bijou, and the commercial variants such as the Fourgonnette, Acadiane, also the H Van which is technically not an A-Series vehicle, however is very much in the spirit. During the 1990s, when the 2CV was at the height of its popularity in the UK, membership soared to over 3,500. Once production ceased, however, and the vehicles are becoming fewer [...]
The club was formed in 1993 to locate the remaining cars of the 1000 originally built in 1931/2. Currently there are 42 members with 35 cars, about 10 are currently roadworthy. The club operates a spares scheme and arranges one members meeting per year.
BOSTON CLASSIC CAR CLUB A BRIEF HISTORY Back in 1981 Boston man John Simpson bought a 1966 Sunbeam Alpine which was ripe for restoration. He joined the Sunbeam Alpine Owners Club shortly afterwards, which was a well-established club in the UK, as well as the Boston Motorcycle and Light Car Club. However, it soon became clear that there was little activity from the SAOC around the Boston area which became a source of frustration for John. So he met up with fellow classic car enthusiasts in the area and together they organised a classic car show within the Boston [...]
A BRIEF HISTORY OF BOSTON CLASSIC CAR CLUB Following the purchase of a 1966 Sunbeam Alpine that was ripe for restoration in 1981, John Simpson, the current Chairman and member “Number One” of the Boston Classic Car Club, joined the Sunbeam Alpine Owners Club. The Club was well established within the United Kingdom, but it soon became clear there was little activity from them within the Boston area. Some two years later and being somewhat depressed because of the lack of activity John sought the assistance of a fellow enthusiast and together they organised a classic car show within [...]
The British Salmson Owners Club (BSOC) caters for British Salmson cars, of which 300 were produced between 1934 and 1939, and French Salmsons. The Club was formed in the 1950s and has a wealth of technical information and a comprehensive selection of spares to help keep the cars on the road. A quality quarterly magazine running to 40 pages is published. Annual meetings are held in May where the emphasis is on driving the cars. In addition we aim to meet at events such as Prescott Hill Climb. British Salmson Aero Engines Ltd was established at Raynes Park, London [...]
The last Capri left the production line in December 1986 and the Mansfield Notts branch of Capri Club International was re-formed in January 1987. Based in Mansfield, we have members from across the UK. We meet twice every month (1st & 3rd Thursday at 8pm) at the South Forest Leisure Complex in Edwinstowe near the Major Oak NG21 9JA. We welcome all Capri enthusiasts and all Capris. You do not have to own or have a Capri on the road to join our club. Our club members own MKI, MKII and MKIII Capris ranging from concours winners to every-day [...]
The only proactive owners club for the final Ford Capri Limited Edition model the 280! Formed in December 2017 the Group has a membership approaching 650 members with over 250 of the original 1038 280’s produced registered with the group. This is the club to join for past, present and future owners of the Capri280. We have a range of Capri280 Regalia, an expanding range of new genuine Ford old stock parts for the 280. We are looking into an exchange parts reconditioning service and have had items such as body decal kits reproduced by a leading graphics company [...]
Club Triumph is the longest standing Triumph car club, tracing its DNA back to the Triumph Sports Owners Association and the Standard Triumph Automobile Association, both founded by the factory in 1954. The Club aims to encourage owners and enthusiasts in the restoration, preservation and driving of all Triumph and Triumph based cars. It is recognized by Motorsport UK and is a member of the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs. Club Triumph is a friendly and welcoming club managed and run by members on a voluntary basis. Club Torque, our full colour 84 page magazine in A4 format, [...]
Independent MG and Classic car club for Devon County. Organised runs, breakfast meets and show attendance for everyone with a classic. Based in Newton Abbot but covering all of Devon. To find out more, please drop us a line: email@example.com
The Club is open to all owners and enthusiasts of DKW cars (pre and post war) and motorbikes. A quarterly magazine (Two Stroke) is published and we arrange and attend several car meets during the year. There is also an annual BBQ. We can provide technical advice and advise on where to get parts as well as help with the registration of vehicles. In addition, there are close links with DKW Clubs in other countries and we attend the annual International Meetings (this year to be held in Austria from 7-10th July).