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News: Club of the month – Renault Owners’ Club

The Renault Owners’ Club is run by a group of volunteers and is recognised and supported by Renault UK.

News: Club of the month – Blackpool Thunder Car Club

Launched this month (July), Blackpool Thunder is a TVR club for the 21st Century. Spearheaded by Steve Charlesworth, Alex Leith and Howard Bryan, the club is run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts and welcomes all TVR owners and fans.

News: Club of the month - MG Octagon Car Club

With more than 2,000 members in the UK and across the world, our Club of the Month is the MG Octagon Car Club.

News: Clubs Bring Rare ‘Show Stoppers’ to Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery

The Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, returns to Birmingham’s NEC from 10 - 12 November with some incredible ‘show stopping’ cars curtesy of the exhibiting clubs including four very desirable forms of performance car.

News: Club of the month

Our accolade this month goes to the Traction Owners Club. The clubs’ aim is to promote interest in all pre-1957 water cooled Citroën cars including rear wheel drive models and the iconic front wheel drive Traction Avant.

News: CLUB OF THE MONTH - THE "BEARS"

The “Bears”, as they are affectionately known, are a dedicated group of classic car and sports car enthusiasts. Since the club was formed in 1989, their primary aim has been to raise money for children’s charities through their own social, dream rides and touring events, and to support other charitable events.

News: Club of the month

The Deux Chevaux Club of Great Britain was founded in 1978 by and aims to bring together the 2CV community to enjoy their shared passion.

News: MEET THE OWNER – RICHARD HANLON AND HIS RENAULT 17TS

Back in 2009 Renault enthusiast, Richard Hanlon ‘was geared up to go over to Ireland to buy a pale metallic green 15 which I had been hankering after for a long period. I had a flight booked in the outbound direction, and a ferry booked home again; when the news came that it had been unexpectedly sold locally’.

News: MEET THE OWNER – TONY HORWOOD AND HIS RENAULT 16 TX

Tony very accurately describes his 1978 Renault as ‘Uniquely stylish’, for the 16 could never be confused with any other car. It is a vehicle that revels in its idiosyncrasies such as the virtually hidden handbrake and the many and various ways of arranging the passenger accommodation. After all, very few cars can boast a rear seat folding mechnanism that involves suspending the backrest from the grab handles.

News: MEET THE OWNER – SIMON PIKE AND HIS RENAULT ESTAFETTE

In France the Estafette genuinely merits the term ‘iconic’; from mobile shops and ice-cream vans to mini-buses and as transport for the telephone service. The Renault could also be seen delivering bread, acting as a support vehicle at the Tour de France, and, as with Simon’s 1963 example, as a police van.

News: Club of the month

This month, the Mk1 Golf Owners Club take the accolade of Club of the Month! The club caters for owners and enthusiasts of the VW Mk1 Golf and exists to be a base for the preservation and restoration of the original Volkswagen Golf. Keeping with the times, the club has members with original swallowtails to heavily modified cabriolets.

News: MEET THE OWNER – DAVID FOOT AND HIS RENAULT 18TD ESTATE

For a car that was not uncommon on British roads during the 1980s, the 18 seems to have been largely forgotten. It deserves to be better remembered for it was a Renault of many good qualities and a more than viable alternative to a Vauxhall Cavalier or the Ford Sierra.