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Austin Cambridge / Westminster Car Club



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Address4 Russell Close, East Budleigh, Salterton, Devon, EX9 7EH
Telephone0117 931 4881
Websitehttp://www.acwcc.org
DetailsThis non-profit classic car club (est. 1980) is dedicated to preserving this range of British cars (which includes the Austin Cambridge A40 (pre-Farina), A55 & A60 (Farina), Austin Westminster, Morris Oxford, MG Magnette, and other Riley and Wolseley derivatives) manufactured between 1954 and 1971 by the former British Motor Corporation (BMC).

The Austin Cambridge & Westminster Car Club welcomes all owners of these marques worldwide and anyone else that's interested too.

The Austin Cambridge/Westminster Car Club was founded in 1980 to accommodate owners and enthusiats of the pre-Farina Austin A40, A50, A55 Mk.I, A90, A95, A105; Farina Austin A55 Mk.II, A60, A99, A110 and all Morris Oxford, Wolseley, Riley and MG Magnette derivates plus the Austin 3-litre, Commercials, Estates and Caravenettes.

Although the club caters for such a wide range of models, it has been a success both nationally in Britain and internationally

ACWCC Cars


Make

Model

Model Number

Year

Austin

Cambridge

A40/A50/A55

1954-59

Austin

Cambridge

A55/A60

1959-69

Morris

Oxford

Series V & VI

1959-71

M.G.

Magnette

III & IV

1959-68

Riley



4/68 & 4/72

1959-69

Wolseley



15/60 & 16/60

1958-71

Wolseley



6/99 & 6/110

1958-71

Austin

Westminster

A90/A95/A105

1954-59

Austin

Westminster

A99/A110

1959-68

Austin



3 litre

1968-71


We have the full approval of the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust. We are also Royal Automobile Club (RAC) and UK Motorsport Association (MSA) recognised a member of the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs and a founder member of the Federation of Austin Clubs, Registers & Associations.

The main aim of the club is to help owners of the above vehicles to keep them in a roadworthy and original condition. Our quarterly newsletter "CROWW" provides a channel of information for spares and technical advice. Members are encouraged to write articles of interest and to take advantage of free advertising of items for sale or wanted.

The Club is also known as CROWW for "Cambridge, Riley, Oxford, Wolseley & Westminster".

If you would like to join us, please write to:
Paul Curtis,
26 Railton Jones Close,
Stoke Gifford,
South Gloucesterhire,.
BS34 8BF
Great Britain

Telephone:
+44 (0) 0117 9314881