Austin Counties Car Club
A wonderful, friendly, helpful organisation for anyone interested in the Austins produced just prior to the Second World War, and afterwards, until the mid-1950s. In our opinion a ‘must’ to belong to if you have one of these models, or are thinking of buying one. Models catered for include: Austins Eight, Ten and Twelve (from 1939), also Sixteen, A40 Devon and Dorset, A40 Sports (Jensen-bodied), A70 Hampshire, A40 Somerset, A70 Hereford, A90 Atlantic (all versions of all models, including commercials, are covered).
Austin Cambridge Westminster Car Club
A dedicated, active organisation catering for the Austin Cambridge A40, A50 and A55 Mark I (pre-Farina models, from 1954), Farina-styled A55 Mark II and A60, also all derivatives (Morris Oxford Series V and VI, MG Magnette Mark III and IV, Riley 4/68 and 4/72, Wolseley 15/60 and 16/60), plus all the six cylinder Austin Westminster models of the same eras (A90, A95, A99 and A110), also the equivalent six cylinder Wolseley 6/99 and 6/110 models, as well as the Austin 3 Litre (in summary, covering the various model ranges as outlined, from 1954 to 1971).
Bristol Classic Car Show
Car Mechanics Mag
Castle Combe Circuit
Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency – their official website…
Haynes Motor Museum
BreakerLink – A free service that sources new and used components for your car (just enter your car registration number and details of the parts you need), and in addition, starting from their ‘Latest Articles’ section, you will find a variety of excellent technical features to help keep your vehicle in good condition and on the road. https://www.breakerlink.com/
Shire & Old House
Xclusively Jaguar – a fascinating site for all Jaguar enthusiasts.