Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to own a specialty car to join the Club?

We warmly welcome anyone into the Club who has a keen interest in all motor cars. In fact, if you are considering purchasing a car, we encourage you to join our Club first, learn all about the particular model you are considering, and then purchase the car.

Is this just a Club for old cars?

Hardly. Members who joined our Club in the last 12 months own cars that are from a variety of brands from all over the world.

Is this a Club just for wealthy people?

Our members represent a very diverse demographic. We have many members who do all or much of the repair and restoration work themselves and others who have learned from the Club as to what restoration actions are required and (just as importantly) what is not. We are united by our enthusiastic appreciation of the engineering excellence and history of these marques.

Don't you have to be a millionaire to own one of these cars?

Many classic cars can still be purchased for about the cost of a typical new, mass produced factory car. Having said that, it’s also quite possible to spend the cost of a typical, new house (or more) on one of these classic cars. There is a motor car for a vast range of income levels. And having said that… we’d encourage any prospective owner to seriously consider the quality and quantity of maintenance service that a motor car has undergone before making any purchase. All previously owned cars should also be inspected by a knowledgeable mechanic before you buy one. The least expensive model is often NOT the best value. A well maintained motor car is of considerable value.

Is the Club a part of any other club(s)?

No. While our mission is to support the preservation and enjoyment of all motor cars. We are an entirely separate and independent entity.