We are a social club with a common interest—classic cars. Our focus is mainly British built cars but we are open to any member with a classic, original, non-modified car. Our aim is to foster the preservation and the active use of all BMC and Leyland Vehicles. The club was established in 2014 and was founded by Francis Borg with Gary Turner and Sue Wilson.
As a signatory of the VicRoads Club Permit Scheme, we can also allow you to put your Victorian registered car onto the Club Permit Scheme.
We are there to encourage the restoration, preservation, improvement and the installation of safety equipment in British cars and have a great deal of fun in doing so.
We get together on a monthly basis for a run and a social gathering where we can have a get together with friends. We can also have a brief meeting where we can discuss future outings and plans. The committee is always open to your ideas and welcomes any comments.
Our membership fees are low, and we don’t have a joining fee.
There is no wait for members who wish to put cars on the VicRoads Club Permit Scheme.