Scotland Car Clubs
A list of Classic Car Clubs in Scotland ...
The Scotland (Dumfries and Galloway, Galashiels, Kilmarnock, Edinburgh, Motherwell, Glasgow, Kirkcaldy, Falkirk, Paisley, Dundee, Perth, Aberdeen, Inverness, Kirkwall, Outer Hebrides, and Shetland Islands.) Classic Car Owners Clubs are listed below.
Scottish BMC Car Club
Come And Join Us! Our club welcomes all who have an interest in BMC and BL cars. We are a Scottish club offering you the fellowship of friends who have similar interests to your own. We attend a multitude of rallies throughout the season and actively encourage participation.
Berwick & District Motor Club
The Club has built a reputation for putting on quality events that competitors want. The Jewel in the BDMC Crown is The Jim Clark Memorial Rally, now probably the most popular rally in the country it is the only one held on closed public roads on the British mainland and a regular fixture in the British Rally Championship calendar.
Scottish Vintage Austin Enthusiasts Club
The Scottish Vintage Austin Enthusiasts Club was formed in 1995 and caters for all Austins’ up to 1950. However, all owners with makes of vintage and Classic Cars are welcome to join. We have a membership of some 36 mainly post vintage owning enthusiasts. Monthly meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month at the Civil Service Club in Rosyth, although we have members all over central Scotland mainly.
Caledonian Classic & Historic Motorsport Club
Based in Dundee the club runs rallies and tours for historic and sporting cars of all types. You don't need to have a Classic or historic car to join the club. We have plenty of drivers looking for navigators, and marshals are always in demand. Easy to join the club, download an application form from the website and send it off.
Stirling and District Classic Car Club
If you are interested in historic vehicles, please come along and meet the Club Members. You do not have to have a vehicle, nor are you restricted to a particular age, type or make. Nor do you need to know anything about how they work, the Club Members range from total novices through to time-served mechanics and engineers. Our Members have a wide variety of vehicles -from the 1920s to the 1980s; British and foreign. The Club offers a friendly diverse group of car enthusiasts; activities and entertainment; and plenty of help and advice with all things related to classic cars. Please get in touch through email ( firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone on 01786 56 50 46 if you would like further information; speak to a Club Member; or simply attend one of the regular meetings -you'll be made welcome.
The Scottish Austin Seven Club
The club was founded in 1971 by a small group of enthusiasts from the Glasgow area. Over the years the membership has gradually increased as the club became better known and now boasts over 200 members from Scotland, the rest of the U.K.and several members from overseas. Cars in the club range from the very early Chummys to the late Jewels and Big Sevens, along with such rarities as A.E.W., Boyd Carpenter, Arrow and Swallow. No matter what Seven you have you are assured a warm welcome in the club.
Scottish Vintage Vehicle Federation
see their website
Borders Vintage Automobile Club
The Borders Vintage Automobile Club started life in 1972 with just a handful of members. Today, our membership stands at around the 200 mark and now that our annual rally appears to be successfully established at the magnificent Thirlestane Castle, by Lauder, we see our Club well-placed for a lasting and prosperous future.
Ayrshire Classic Car Club
We have a varied program of away-day activities, which are predominantly focused on visiting the many Scottish car shows. We also go on runs (the car variety) now set for the last Tuesday of the month when sometimes the weather is in our favour and if it is not, then we drive our everyday cars. The aim is to have a pleasant time, a chinwag and perhaps a visit to an attraction. Of course we also have purely social events such as annual dinners, BBQs, quiz and so forth but the committee is always open to new ideas.
The Pre'67 Ford Owners Club
Regular meetings are held in Edinburgh and Glasgow and classic car shows are attended throughout the season spreading the Henry message. There are regular social events, workshop evenings and a spares and technical advice service for members. In keeping with Ford tradition the club has a range of regalia available in any colour so long as it is black (more recently though we have added white).
Tayside Classic Car Club
see their website
We are very much a low key type of club, no committees or stuff like that!, just a bunch of guys and girls who like to enjoy their cars! We meet on the 2nd Monday at the Toby Carvery in Strathclyde country park just at the Raith interchange jcn 5 M74 (limited meets while show season on, check front page for dates!) But normally you will find us tinkering about most nights on something rusty & mechanical in one of our garages.
Highland Car Club
Highland Car Club’s aim is quite simply to promote and encourage motorsport in the North of Scotland. The club organises a wide variety of events throughout the year, with something for everyone
Orkney Vintage Club
The Club holds most of its winter meetings in Kirkwall, as this is fairly central from a travel point of view. There is at least one gathering or event held each month and there are outings and visits to places of interest during the summer months. See webiste for more details
Shetland Classic Motorcyle Club
see their website