Aims & Objectives

Of the ATDC 

That the cars, vans, taxis and light trucks covered by the Austin Ten Drivers Club -  Austin vehicles from 1931 to 1939 in the horsepower classes 10 to 28 – be seen and enjoyed in use on the roads. These vehicles are not rare or delicate antiques and thrive on regular use.

Aims 

Our aims are to:-

  • Drive our Austin cars and for them to be seen in regular use on the road
  • Maintain, preserve in original condition, or restore them to as near original condition as practicable.
  • Organise activities and take part in events that encourage the use of our Austin cars
  • Collect, preserve and make available relevant records
  • Provide services and advice to ATDC members to assist in these aims
  • Work with other organisations that share some of these aims, in particular with other Austin clubs
  • Have fun.

 

Owners and drivers of Austin “Specials” are welcome as these are Club eligible cars that would otherwise have become scrap or which have a long provenance as a “Special”. 

Objectives 

The formal objectives of ATDC are:-

  • To propagate and foster interest in Austin Ten motor cars manufactured between 1932 and 1939
  • To encourage and assist in the preservation and restoration of such vehicles
  • To compile and collect relevant records appertaining to such vehicles
  • To organise such social and motor functions as may be desirable to further these objectives.

 

    • Committee Minutes
    • ATDC committee minutes available in members area
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    • Oxfordshire Region Autumn Amble
    • Oxfordshire Autumn Amble
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    • AGM Minutes available online
    • AGM Minutes in Members Area
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