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The Traditional Car Club of Doncaster is dedicated to the maintenance, restoration and use of classic cars from all marques. We meet fortnightly on Wednesday evenings at the Owston, Doncaster throughout the year. Our meetings are always a good chance to meet up with other like minded enthusiasts, to chat, share experiences, and have a noggin and natter in pleasant surroundings. During the season, when the weather is kind, on many occasions our meetings have looked like a very presentable classic car rally, with up-to 20 cars turning out.

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View 'Links' page for location of the Owston.

Club members own vehicles from every period of classic motoring, from the very earliest days to the more modern classics and exotica of recent years.

To become a full member, you must own a vehicle at least 20 years old, however, you don’t need to own a vehicle at all to become an associate member, and you simply need an interest in classic cars. Associate members have all the same rights as full members. Point to 'Events' and click on 'Entry Forms' to download an application form.
If you aren’t sure about joining, we invite you to come along to up-to three club nights as our guest before making your decision. This gives prospective new members the chance to see if we are what they are looking for before joining.

During the winter months we arrange guest speakers and quizzes for members and have a very busy and varied programme of activities throughout the year.

Entry to all our events is free to members and in addition to club nights we organise occasional get together at local hostelries at lunch times and evenings. These are also generally very well attended.

2007 was the 40th anniversary of the formation of the club and we still have members who were at the inaugural meeting back in 1967. To celebrate the anniversary we organised a special event. Each year we put on our own shows which are very well attended with some 300 cars attending the Doncaster Car & Bike Rally which is run in conjunction with the Rotary Club.

The club produces the Tradsheet, the club magazine, bi-monthly, which contains information on future events, articles on member’s vehicles and rallies we have attended. The Tradsheet is typically 32 pages in length including some commercial adverts, but mainly aims to keep the membership informed about what is happening in the Classic Car world in general and locally.

We look forward to seeing you at a meeting.
Happy and safe motoring
Stuart Carey (Chairman)

Our Advertising rates; £25 per half page, £50 per full page for the year in the Tradsheet.

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