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What are the benefits of joining a classic car club?



When thinking about joining a classic car club there are a few things which you need to take into consideration. For example are you wanting a small, active, friendly club or would you prefer to be part of a larger club that doesn’t require the same level of involvement.

On a national level, there are many clubs to join but mostly these are marque specific such as the MG Owners Club and Triumph Sports Six Club.  These club cost on average £30-35 per year to be a member but for this you will receive an informative and interesting magazine each month. This works out to a yearly subscription to one of the many classic car publications but with the following advantages:-

  • Special “Club” discounted car insurance from many brokers.
  • Access to a large stock of sometimes hard to come by spares.
  • Technical expertise to call on if required.
  • Monthly magazine with marque specific articles and event reports.
  • National events organized throughout the year.
  • “Classic Holidays” are sometimes organized at special rates.

Locally, there are many clubs, some being marque specific and others being open to all vintage vehicles. These offer a more social aspect of classic car ownership as most clubs have monthly meetings where members can get together and chat about their cars. These local clubs also offer a variety of interesting and exciting events of their own. Such as car shows, supper runs, treasure hunts and road rallies.  

  • Social evenings
  • Hands on help from other members
  • Monthly newsletters to keep you up to date on local events
  • Varied and diverse events program
  • You can be involved to various levels within the club, from being a passive member to organizing events.

 

Quite often people choose to be members of both national and local clubs as this gives you the opportunity to get the most out of the classic car community and no doubt further your enjoyment of classic ownership. Why not take a look at what clubs are available in your area, if there is not one for your specific needs why not start one and tell us about it. You might just end up on the web site.

 

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