he Deux Chevaux Club of Great Britain is affectionately known to all as ‘2CVGB’. This was founded in 1978 by and for owners and enthusiasts of the Citroën 2CV.
The AC Owners Club arrange a series of events annually, including the National Day and Concours in the summer, an international meet, a sprint at the historic Goodwood Circuit in the autumn and various other runs and gatherings.
Founded in 1951, the Alvis Owners Club caters for owners of all Alvis cars, including military vehicles.
Whether it’s a classic Mustang, a modern day Camaro, or perhaps you have an unusual American movie car, the American Auto Club is welcoming to all.
Membership is open to all owners and enthusiasts of the Austin A30 A35 range of vehicles. The aim of the club is to maintain as many A30 and A35 vehicles in good working order is as possible by helping, advising, encouraging and cultivating a spirit of friendship amongst owners and other interested people.
To become a member of the Austin 3 Litre Club, you don’t need to own an Austin 3-Litre. The club welcomes fans and enthusiasts too. The club as always is here to help you preserve, use and enjoy your car. The Austin 3 Litre Club try to connect you with any parts and help needed to keep your classic on the road, by providing technical help and information of any legislation which may affect your cars.
For rally purposes the Bambi Owners Club is split into six regions, covering most of the country. Members are encouraged to rally in all regions where they will find a very BIG welcome.
Beauford cars have become a very popular choice for wedding transport leading to a ‘long bodied’ version being produced which gave more leg room for rear seat passengers. With regular social events and annual meetings, being a part of the Beauford Owners Club gives an enthusiast chance to celebrate and display this unique kit car.
The Bristol Owners and Drivers Association is dedicated to keeping Bristol Motor Cars on the road where they belong. With a team of enthusiasts, a host of knowledgeable members and a panel of motor industry experts they are dedicated to:
Founded in February 1986, as an independent club for Marcos enthusiasts. The Club provides a social network for members to share their enthusiasm for the Marcos marque, and for those fortunate enough to own a Marcos to make ownership even more enjoyable.
Club Triumph has 24 local clubs range from Liverpool to Cornwall and include the midlands, Essex, Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire to name a few.
Started informally in 1988 when a group of friends who owned a variety of cars met one lunch time; this then resulted in several ad hoc meetings, culminating in a 12 car London to Brighton run.
The current worldwide membership of the GT40 Enthusiasts club stands at just under 400. The membership year runs from 1st January to 31st December, with new members after 1st October the previous year receiving a bonus of three months and an extra magazine.
Founded in 1980, The Imp Club promotes the enjoyment and preservation of the Hillman Imp range of cars. Their core aim is ‘keeping the Imp alive’. With over 1100 members worldwide, the majority reside in the UK.
Formed in 1923, one of the oldest one-make car club in the world.
The Jowett Car Club Limited is international and offers a monthly magazine, library, parts, spares, technical information, events, motor-sport, rallying and global contributions from its members.
For everyone who owns, drives, or is just passionately interested in the Land Rovers Series 3 & 90-110 range of models.
This ‘selective group’ was formed many years ago in January 2014, when a group of pioneering enthusiasts decided that the once neglected 1972 Green British Leyland motor car, finally deserved an active fanbase.
Members of the Post Vintage Humber Car Club get the added benefit of a 15% discount on their classic car insurance with Heritage, simply call 0121 248 9294
An added benefit of being a member of the Somerset Classic and Track Club is that you get 15% off you classic car insurance with Heritage.
Formed in June 1979 by David Parrott, and the club continues to welcome enthusiasts and owners alike.