South Wales Classic Car Club Grows Following Classics in Cardiff

 
We are pleased to announce that the number of enthusiasts who joined the club at our show exceeded expectorations. Please browse this site to find out what they can expect to get from their membership.

 

Step one:
 You've found a club to join

 

Step two:
 They're very welcoming to you

 

Step three:
 You come to meetings, and take part in the activities regularly
 

 
Not quite Eddy Cochran or Showaddywaddy (depending on your vintage) but we hope that our simple message above will encourage potential members to come along to an evening meeting or other event to join in the fun!
 

Picture below taken at the close of the 2015 South Wales Classic Car Club Show 'Classics in Cardiff' on 17 May - It was a great show - this stunning Fiat was showing a real reluctance at having to going home! (see the best is show below)
 
 
 
 
 
By looking at this website you have already demonstrated an enthusiasm for classic cars. Read on to find out more about the South Wales Classic Car Club.   
 
The Club was formed in 1983 by a handful of classic car fans. Today, we celebrate diversity of membership and activities. Currently the membership of around 70 classic car enthusiasts get together regularly for club-nights and driving events - continue browsing to find out more.

The club quite rightly puts it's success down to being a great place to meet fellow enthusiasts and undoubtedly make new friends.

On runs be prepared to drool over concourse winning owner restored early Cortinas, a vintage  Roller and a handful of pin-up Jaguars. We are definitely not elitist though, the less exotic but equally cherished populous transport from childhood memories also bring a smile to the face of all who see them.  

The SWCCC also appreciates classic of the future and welcomes owners and their cars. In fact it is not necessary to own a classic to be an active member of the club, we will always offer an outlet for your enthusiasm. 


At the forefront of all the club members' thoughts and plans just now is Classics in Cardiff. We are within the last few days fine tuning arrangements and making sure everything is ready to make it a fantastic day for both exhibitors and visitors alike.
  

Our annual show, the South Wales Classic Car Show, is run entirely by volunteers from the Club and the money raised enables donations to be made to various charities serving the South Wales area. 

Browse our pages for more information about the South Wales Classic Car Show and the charities we have been able to support.

Here it is, the 2015 Classics in Cardiff 'Best in Show' the Fantastic Mk II Lotus Cortina:







 When asked, the head of the judging panel, John James alluded to this Cortina having the edge on all the brilliant cars being exhibited on the day.