Helping to preserve, maintain and use all surviving micro-cars
The Scottish Micro-Car Club was formed in 1989 with the aim of bringing together enthusiasts north of the Border and helping to preserve, maintain and use all surviving micro-cars in a country where distance and sparse population means same marque enthusiasts cannot meet up easily.
Today, the Club has members throughout Britain and even overseas. We have a reputation for using our cars by organising day runs and camping weekends throughout the year; visiting places of interest, testing our cars on some of our more scenic and arduous roads but above all having good fun. We have also organised Festival Rallies; these being week long, touring events in the Highlands and Border regions of Scotland and we also organised the 2003 National MicroCar rally in Lauder and the 2018 National MicroCar rally in Grasmere.
Most of our members are interested in the post-war bubble-cars and mini-cars but we welcome owners of any three-wheelers, including kit-cars and the more recent replica vehicles.
Amongst our membership there is a wealth of knowledge and experience from individuals who have restored or run many different makes of micro-cars.
The Club magazine 'Microscotic' is issued six times a year and keeps members informed of news, events, rally reports and sometimes restoration or maintenance tips.
Let's face it, most of us have a Facebook account these days. Why not join us on Facebook today by either following the link below or scan the QR code to the left.Find Us On Facebook
Club membership runs from the 1st April to 31st March and only costs £8. Our membership form can be downloaded below.Download Membership Form
If you want more information about the club or have a question please email us using the address shown here.
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