The 750 Motor Club was formed in the spring of 1939 to promote the use of the Austin Seven in road and trials events. Since then the Seven has been the backbone of the club as it provided the basis of the first club formula – the 750 Formula – which is still thriving.
The AACI team & it's various sponsors endeavour to provide the very best service & technical support available for our members, as well as offering membership discounts on parts & services where applicable. We will help you with any problem you may have in any way that we know how, simple as that! If we don’t know the answer, the chances are that we know someone in the American car scene that does.
The AAC-UK Offers...Over 30 Years Experience! 3 Major National Car Shows Every Year! Numerous Local Auto Meets throughout the Year. Free Auto valuation for members. High quality glossy monthly magazine. Experts to help solve your problems.
The Association of American Car Clubs UK is a non-profit organisation run by volunteers with a background in business, marketing and promotions, and experienced in operating on tight budgets
For over a hundred years Cadillac have produced some of the world's greatest cars. This club and other Cadillac & LaSalle clubs are dedicated to promoting and preserving their future.
The National Can Am Car club is one of the oldest American car clubs in Britain. It was formed in the early 70s by a group of like-minded enthusiasts wanting to spread the American car bug in this country.
The C.A.A.C was formed in the autumn of 1962 by Harry C.G Shell and a small group of enthusiasts who felt that the better-class American Automobile did not enjoy a favourable position in the field of vehicle preservation in the United Kingdom.