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.

Matching Green Classic & Sports Car Club

The Matching Green Classic and Sports Car Club was formed twenty-five years ago by a very small number of local car enthusiasts and has grown steadily to its present membership of around ninety 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 [...]

Fiat Register

The Fiat Register caters for owners of all Fiats and OM's built and registered before 1940, and post 1940 Topolino's up to about 1958. The Register publishes an irregular Bulletin and exists to assist members with keeping their cars on the road and supporting social and lightly competitive events. From time to time events are organised; some of a gently competitive nature and some of a purely social nature. The Register can frequently provide information of a technical nature and assist with the location of spares.  It also assists by introducing members of similar cars to each other for [...]

The Interesting Car Club

The Interesting Car Club has been running for seven years, now have over 150 members. First set up and run by two loads, both enthusiasts. We are based in central Brittany France and we meet on the last Sunday of every month in the small village of Gouarec . We are very relaxed regarding who can join, some of our members don’t even have a classic or Interesting car, they join for the social side of the club. We are now very well integrated with the other french clubs and everybody knows me as it’s very unusual to have [...]

Boston Classic Car Club

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 [...]

Stag Owners Club

Founded in 1979, two years after production ceased, the Stag Owners Club (SOC), was formed to “Ensure the continued existence of, and increase the interest in, the Triumph Stag”. It’s safe to say that it has and continues to fulfil this objective admirably. A total of 25,939 cars were manufactured over its seven year production cycle and of these 17,819 were destined for the UK market. Today nearly 8,300 UK cars are still registered with the DVLA giving it a remarkably high survival rate of in excess of 46%. Today the SOC is the largest single car model club [...]

The Leeds Branch Morris Minor Owners Club

A very warm Yorkshire welcome to the Leeds Branch of the Morris Minor Owners Club! We cover the whole of West Yorkshire, not just the Leeds area. Our members come from the deepest depths of all areas of Yorkshire. If you'd like to join us, just download a Leeds Branch membership form on the forms and documents tab on our website www.Leedsmmoc.co.uk Whether you are a Morris owner or just an admirer, you are welcome to attend any of our meetings which are held on the first Wednesday of the month at the Gotts Park Golf Club, Armley Ridge [...]

XR Owners Club Supersport Register

The Supersport Register caters for the Special Edition Ford Fiesta Supersport. The car was designed by the team at Fords SVE department and had a limited run of only 3000 vehicles which was to gauge the publics interest in a new upcoming sportier hot hatch, the XR2. The register comes under the wings of the XR Owners Club and although Fiesta Supersports were not badged as XR's, the club allows them in as it was the fore-runner to the XR2. Back in the early 80's a Supersport owner tried to track down a club that would allow him to [...]

Mk1 Cortina Owners Club

The club was founded in 1982 by Mike Jordan and Roger Raisey (deceased) with the simple intention of keeping the Mk1 Cortina on the road. It has some 900 members worldwide and from the very start it vowed to supply parts for the cars---something you need to do if you seriously want to keep them on the road!! The club has a turnover approaching £300,000 and around £350,000 in parts at an industrial unit. We also pride ourselves on always providing a newsletter every 2 months and have never missed!! This newsletter provides all the details about the club, [...]

Rover 800 Owners Club

This club aims to help Rover 800 owner/enthusiasts to enjoy and exploit the maximum potential of the car, and to keep as many examples from the scrap yard as possible as these models quickly become a less common sight on our roads. At the same time, the friendly and collaborative nature of the club is such that we encourage ‘active’ membership, whether by attending shows or meetings, or by making a contribution to the full colour A4 magazine.

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