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(Thessoliniki Greece, Outside of SA | Tel. +30.2310.344136)
The M.R.O.E. is an Athletic Club which holds events in Greece and abroad (of rallies and tours) for classic cars. The rallies will have the form of regularity and tour. We are located in Thessaloniki city. Address: M.R.O.E. Ionos Dragoumi 7 Panorama 55236 Thessoliniki Greece. Tel. +30.2310.344136 Fax: +30.2310.343997 Mobile +30.6945903420
(Johannesburg, Gauteng | More on our website)
The Austin Seven Club of South Africa (incorporating all Austin's) welcomes as members anyone who owns or has an interest in Austin Cars. Situated in Johannesburg with branches in Cape Town and Durban.
(Bloemfontein, Free State | Contact Willie Marais on 0823315339)
Bloemfontein Motorklub/Club (BMK) caters for all motor enthusiasts.The mission of the club is the ownership and restoration of original and/or restored vehicles as well as participation in related activities. The establishment and development of unconditional and sincere friendships. For this purpose wach member pledges to whole-heartedly participate and co-operate in club activities, and to fully support those in executive and co-ordinating positions acting in the interest of the club.
(Greece, Outside of SA | More on our website)
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(Parow, Western Cape | More on our website)
Jan Burger Sport Complex (next to Northerns Rugby stadion), De Grendel Rd, Parow. P.O Box 804, Bellville, 7535
(Tokai - Cape Town, Western Cape | Contact Phil Laing on 082 346 0127)
The Cape Lancia Club is situated in Tokai Cape Town. Anyone who is interested in Lancia's may become a member. The club boasts a local membership of 72 members and an additional 65 national and international members. The club also boasts its own fully equiped members workshop located on the sloaps of the mountain in the Tokai Forest. Come and visit us, tea, coffee and even something stronger always available in our fitted bar and clubhouse.
(Westgate, Gauteng | More on our website)
The Centenary Car Club of the West Rand was founded in 1987, and derived it's name from the Krugersdorp centenary celebrations of that year. The guy who started it all was Eric Clough, now an honorary life member. The annual car show, known as 'Any Dam Wheels Day' was born at this venue, and it was a beautiful setting to have the show. The title of the show reflected that no matter what vehicle you had, it had to be brought to the show at the “dam”, so nobody was swearing, it was just a clever descriptor for the show. The club has an average membership of about 100 / 120 paid up members. Membership has been as high as 140, and as low as about 50 ( when subs are due!) The club is a multi – make club, although in the very beginning, there had been some talk of restricting it to Chevs only. The Ford guys were having none of this, and the restriction was soon lifted. Centenary Car Club meets every 2nd Sunday of the month at the clubhouse at Tarlton, where we have a bar, and braaipacks are always available to braai. The club welcomes visitors, and we enjoy hosting visits from other clubs, for which there is always an open invitation, just as Centenary would like to be invited to visit other clubs.
(Garden Route, Eastern Cape | Contact Roger on 044 5335357)
Long established club for any sports or classic car whether old or new. Monthly runs to various places as well as monthly breakfast runs. Catering mainly for the Garden Route - Storms River through to George and even Mossel Bay. Most runs start from Knysna. Annual Car Show combined with the Simola Hillclimb.
(Menlo Park - Pretoria, Gauteng | Contact Ivan de Clerk on 082 552 6906 )
The MGCC Northern Centre boasts a membership of more than 140 MG enthusiasts. We celebrated our 30th anniversary during 2008. Advice, support and assistance are available if required. General meetings are held on the first Monday of each month at the MGCC Clubhouse in Menlo Park. Situated on Corner of 26th Ave and Umgazi Road, Menlo Park.
Old Auto Club Welkom
(Welkom, South Africa, Free State | Henri du Toit (chairman) on 082 393 5502)
The Old Auto Club Welkom was established in 1979 and some of the founder members is still very active in the club. Our current member count stand on 97. Our annual cars in the park, which is on the 5th of October @ H.T.S School grounds Welkom had a massive entry of 422 vintage and classic cars last year. This year entries from as far as Vryheid came in and we expect a even bigger show. We are very active in our community and also host a charity event once a year at the Red Cross Retirement Village. We have a monthly club social every second weekend of the month at our FSG clubhouse. We try to attend most of the outings to other clubs which invites us. The Old Auto Club is very proud to host one of the biggest events in Welkom on a annual basis.
(Nederland, Outside of SA | More on our website)
Since the Stichting Club van Alfa Romeo Bezitters (SCARB) was established in 1978 many Alfa Romeo enthusiasts have become a member. Based on this the SCARB has become the largest Alfa Romeo owners club in the Benelux with approximately 4000 members. A wide variety of different Alfa Romeo models is represented within the club, varying from the oldest up till the newest models. All the models are represented through a register of the similar model.
Teks Veteran Show Car Club
(Secunda and surround, Mpumalanga | Contact Winston on 017 619 2759)
(Cape Town, Western Cape | More on our website)
The Triumph Sports Car Club of Cape Town is a regional centre catering for Triumph car owners or those who have an interest in the marque, even though they might not own one (yet).
(Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape | More on our website)
The Port Elizabeth Centre is a democratic organisation established to: Promote the preservation of Triumph cars, the sport, interest and pastime of motoring and of the Triumph marque by collectively representing the interests of all members of the Centre and encourage social activity between the members engaged in club activities, extend to enthusiasts, owners and drivers of Triumph cars and their friends all the usual hospitalities, privileges, advantages, conveniences and accommodation enjoyed in connection with a club, and cultivate reciprocal relations with kindred clubs and associations.

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