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Welcome to the official website of the South Wales Classic Car Club.  The Club was formed by a small group of enthusiasts back in 1983 and has taken a dynamic path to get to where we are today.  We currently have a membership of around 100 classic car enthusiasts, mainly from South Wales, but with some as far away as Bristol to the east and Pembrokeshire to the west.
The SWCCC represents a great opportunity to meet fellow old car and modern classic enthusiasts and strike new enduring friendships, based on a common interest.  All you need is an enthusiasm for classic cars – you don’t need to own one to become a member!  

We are a very diverse group and member's cars range from fairly modern Japanese sports cars, through 1960's and 70's British standards  to vintage Rollers, with examples of a lot more in -between.

There are regular meet-ups and organised runs throughout the year and our annual show, Classics in Cardiff, is run entirely by volunteers from the Club. The money raised enables donations to be made to various charities serving the South Wales area.  

If you are interested in joining the South Wales Classic Car Club or would just like to see what we get up to, the come along to one of our monthly meetings or regular coffee mornings, or join in with a driving event, the details of which can be found on this website. 

Whilst all of the above is certainly true we always look forward meeting new classic car enthusiasts because the ultimate survival of the club relies on a regular intake of new members. 

Thank you.
.............and this years winners are:
 Enthusiast of the Year: Marie Adams
Paul Adams collects Marie's award

   Club Member's Spouse: Jan Nash:

Jan is chief proof reader for the Dragon Wheel

Clubman of the Year: John Nash



John, centre stage - where he belongs!

also.............
Chris Lewis (right) very kindly donated a luxury hamper which was raffled off, raising £100 for Bobath. Chairman, Ian Nisbet presents the prize to  John James (centre) who graciously rounded up the collection. Thanks to Chis and John.


Jim Crisp Jim-Crisp@hotmail.co.uk

 
to me
Hello,
Please can you help me to try and locate my old 1935 Austin 10 Litchfield, which I owned when living in Newport from around 1975 to 1985. Reg. BFC 680.
I think it was sold to a chap in Cardiff.
Unfortunately we had to sell because we didn't have the room when moving to Southampton.
I can't find it on the DVLA website, but if it's not been taxed for a few years, I guess it may never have been put on their computer.
We'd love to find it again.
Please can you help?


Many thanks