Club Stand @ Kames
Brian is taking names for the Club Stand at Kames Car Show on the 8th of August.
If you haven’t already, please use the form below to apply for a ‘pitch’ – There are limited spaces which Brian […]
With normality slowly and cautiously returning, so do outdoor shows!
We were delighted to be contacted by the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum and asked if we would come along and display some vehicles as they […]
It’s the First Show of 2021 !!
Those wonderful people at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum have invited Ayrshire Classics Car Club to display on the museum lawns once again.
The date is Sunday 23rd of May and […]
A little update from the FBHVC surrounding what they do and the upcoming changes to ‘our’ Fuel
Practical Classics Magazine got an interview with the FBHVC during the ‘Virtual’ Restoration Show last month and it […]
Drive it Day is this Sunday (25th of April), but what is it?
Drive-It Day celebrates the One Thousand Mile Trial
The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs created Drive-It Day to celebrate the occasion in […]
I guess that could be a million things where electrics are concerned.
You could use a gauge or testing light and trace from the batter / ignition down the circuit path and see where the ‘signal’ stops (which is pretty much what an auto electrician will do). Quite a laborious task….
I’ll pop your query into the next Newsletter and see…[Read more]
We’ve made it to April and there’s a light at the end of the tunnel (hopefully not a train!)
As we draw ever closer to a time where trips and visits are allowed, here’s a suggested destination:
Another blast […]
CotC 2021 – Moved to August 22nd
It’s the news you’ve probably been expecting.
Having watched Covid already impact shows in the first half of the year, the Committee have taken the decision to postpone the usual […]
But do you know how to change the one in the car?
The last Sunday in March marks the time when a lot of car owners take their pride and joy off SORN and get it out of the garage for 7 months till the clocks […]
Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show
Hopefully you have saved a date in your diary to watch the online edition of the Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show on Saturday 27th March? W […]
Arrangements for our 2021 AGM will be as follows:
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we cannot convene as we normally would in person so the Committee has taken the decision to hold the AGM on the online platform […]
Unfortunately (although not surprisingly) the Practical Classics Restoration Show for 2021 has been cancelled.
Despite the best efforts of all involved, it fell just a little too early to benefit from the vaccine […]
Show List or Wish List? 😉
By the time you read this you may well have received your SVVF 2021 YearBook. It’s part of your membership and provided you were a fully paid up member during 2020 and had joined us b […]
We will shortly be introducing a new series of articles for the website where we look at what you could find in car magazines from the 60’s right up to recently and how that’s changed through the years.
It will publish in the middle of each month from Feb till June.
You also have Stu’s excellent curation of YouTube goodies to get you t…[Read more]
There are things happening out there while we’re all locked down!
Here are three little updates for you:
A new museum
Litigation from JLR
An online event to replace Race Retro
The Postman always delivers (we hope!)
Keep your eyes on the letterbox as, later this month, you should find your 2021 Membership Card and, if you need it, a fresh Lanyard dropping through! (If you’ve contacted […]
Just a quick reminder !
Members should already have received the January Newsletter which has a button to register your preference for how we hold our AGM this year.
Can we ask everyone to click this and select […]
Unless you’re sporting an air-cooled engine, you’ll need coolant.
But which one?
Now we don’t profess to be experts but we know where to find expert advice and it seems like a good time of year to share it with […]
A plea for help!
Francis recently had a call from chap called Douglas Richardson who lives in Castle Douglas.
He tells us that he owned an MGA Twin cam, KMS 630 from 1970 until 1988 when he sold it on.
He b […]
I don’t think anyone will be at all disappointed to see the back of 2020 and 2021 will be welcomed with open arms, but what motoring anniversaries do we look forward to next year?
30th June 1961 – 60 Y […]
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