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Welcome to the Official Standard Motor Club Site: Whilst membership of other Classic Car clubs is in decline, the membership of this Club is rising month on month. One reason might be our online 24/7 Spares Shop with the largest stock of Standard Spares available anywhere in the World. Or maybe its because of our active Local Groups, but some think its our regularly delivered full-
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The true benefits of belonging to the Standard Motor Club have come to light with the terrific help that Brian Parkes, the Pre-
Can you help your Club?
The Standard Motor Club is run entirely by volunteers. There is so much to do that we always need help. We need Fulfilment Officers to help stock and post out some of our Spare parts, and help in other areas. If you have a few hours to donate, could you give them to your Club? Call our Secretary, Lynda, on 01727 868405 for a chat, anytime.
Some events are still running
A socially distanced Chiltern Rally and Roadrun took place on Sunday 20th September 2020. Here are some of the cars. See you all again. hopefully, in 2021
THE STANDARD INTERNATIONAL RALLY 2020 has been cancelled
Please make a note of the Dates for the 2021 Rally
The 62nd Standard International Rally will be held at Alexandra House Hotel, Wroughton, Nr Swindon, Wilts on the weekend of Friday 25th June -
Alexandra House is a 152 roomed modern property set in extensive grounds just 4 miles from south of Swindon. It is built on the site of a former RAF military hospital, closed in 1996 and it is only a few minutes drive from Junction 15 of the M4 for those coming from either the East or West.
Organised by Len Barr and Steve Smeltzer, further details and an entry form will be available later in 2020.