Founded in 1969, the A7CA aims to co-ordinate the activities of the various A7 member clubs throughout the UK and the rest of the world. It also produces a high-quality quarterly magazine, organises anniversary events and maintains an archive of historic material.
An informal discussion forum for A7 enthusiasts world-wide. Here you can often find valuable advice and help with A7-related problems.
The Lincolnshire Group of the PWA7C meets on the second Wednesday in the month (September to April) in the Stable Block of The George Hotel, Leadenham, Lincs. They also hold events at other times, such as a visit to Royal Air Force College, Cranwell.
The Brooklands Centre is one of the more active Austin Seven centres in the 750 Club. They run a full calendar of various events, from local road runs to continental motoring holidays and treasure hunts to trials.
Probably the best motoring club in the world, the VSCC organises a full programme of race meetings, sprints, hill-climbs, trials, driving tests and navigational rallies primarily for sports-cars built pre-1931 and selected high-quality sports-cars (PVTs) built prior to 1941.
Contains much technical information useful to the Seven owner.
Although aimed at the Speedex special owner, the "Special Builders Guide" area is a very well researched and written technical section on Sevens generally.
Contains useful information on Austin Seven specials from that era.
A collection of high quality prewar photos from the DAT Photographic Digital Archive. This includes over 700 images of Sevens, many of single models in all manner of guises.
An informative article for new enthusiasts.
BBM 69 is an Austin Ruby type ARR and belongs to Dianne and Edwin Davies. BBM69 has been in Dianne's family since October 1944. Dianne and Edwin belong to the Lincolnshire Group of the Pre-War Austin Seven Club.