Looking to join an Owners Club or contact one to get some advice? Look no further, we’ve pulled together a comprehensive list of UK clubs that can provide invaluable advice about your classic, be it technical specs, hunting down a spare part, joining a car meet or the discounts and benefits that come with membership.

Teignbridge Classics Devonshire

Teign Classics is the place for all Classic and Modern Classic cars. Whether you own a Mk1 Mini 850, or XR2 Fiesta if you will love our runs, meets, shows and gatherings with a great bunch of like minded people. We meet the first Thursday of every month from 7pm - 10pm at Court Farm Inn, Abbotskerswell Devon. No committee. No rules & regs except good old fashioned "Common Sense" @TeignClassics "More than just a Club"

The Early Ford V8 Club of America Regional Group No.127 UK

We are the UK Regional Group of The Early Ford V8 Club of America. We cover the 1932 to 1953 Ford V8 products. Which includes the Model B 4 Cylinder cars both the 24HP and 14.9 HP we also cover the small V8 which is known as 22HP in this country but the 60HP in the USA. We have a lot of help to give owners both technical and parts. The Club Magazine is "The V8 Telegraph" which is a quarterly Magazine full of what the club is doing and articles of interest and parts and cars for sale. [...]

Devon MG and Classics Club

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: devonmgclub@gmail.com

The Morris Marina Owners Club and Morris Ital Register

Founded in 1985 by Frank Phillips and Clive Higgins, the Morris Marina Owners Club and Morris Ital Register actively promotes the restoration, maintenance and use of all variants of Marina and Ital. This is done by way of presence at major classic car shows (such as those at the NEC), the publication of a quality quarterly magazine (Understeer) and an annual National meeting where the emphasis is on driving and showing the cars. In addition, the Club supports club members with technical advice, archive records, the provision of spares including remanufactured parts and a comprehensive range of merchandise. Special [...]

The Sunbeam Rapier Owners Club

The Sunbeam Rapier Owners Club was formed in June 1979 by Hampshire based David Parrott, who owned a Series 111A at the time. The ethos being to promote and preserve the entire surviving marque and from humble beginnings with 22 founding members, the Club has grown in the past 40 or so years. Catering for all Sunbeam Rapiers from 1955 - 1967 when they were known as 'Series' cars (1 - V during the production run) as well as the later models introduced in 1967 and produced until 1976; known as the 'Fastback'. These latter models included variants called [...]

DKW Owners Club GB

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).

British Salmson Owners Club

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 [...]

Scootacar Register

The Scootacar was a British three wheeled microcar built in Leeds by Scootacars Ltd a division of the railway locomotive builder, the Hunslet Engine Company between 1957 and 1965. The shape of the car was designed by Henry Brown who did it by sitting on a Villiers engine and then having an assistant draw an outline around him! The body was built in glass fibre and was very tall for its size being 60 in (1524 mm) high, 87 in (2210 mm) long and only 52 in (1321 mm) wide. It was nicknamed "the telephone booth". Back in 1960 [...]

World Wide TR7 TR8 Owners Club

World Wide TR7 TR8 Owners Club Given the ever decreasing numbers of the TR7 TR8, the club was started in 1999 with a view to maintaining contact between members across the internet. Given that actual driving distances between owners are now growing to unpractical distances for a casual get together on an evening, the internet seemed the best solution. Particularly in the USA and Canada where 95% of these cars were sold! We have information on almost everything to do with the TR7 & TR8 from early factory and rally TR7V8 documents to how to fix almost anything! We [...]

Moto Rumi Club

The Moto Rumi Club - A one marque club of Moto Rumi scooters and motorcycles. The Rumi is a 125cc twin cylinder two stroke. We attend 5 or 6 classic vehicle events during the all over the UK. The Moto Rumi is considered to be the scooter for the connoisseur. For more information drop us an email or check out the website

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