From John Sewell, Membership Secretary.
With another new year January is time to renew your membership.
The subscription remains unchanged as follows: UK member £30pa, and for overseas members £40pa.
You can renew your membership by:
1. Online Banking. Please make payment to Sort Code 40:44:41 Account 01486985, using your name and
membership number for the reference.
2. Send me your details with a cheque payable to Pre50AAC
Some members will have paid for 2020 when they joined, however, if you have any queries with your membership
status please contact me, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members Cars For Sale.
Check our For Sale page to see the cars our members currently have for sale.
Pre50 Club Meetings in the Bristol area.
See the news section on the Members front page for dates of our monthly breakfast meetings and evening
meetings through 2019.
Pre50 Club Meetings in the London area.
Club member Farrol Goldblatt is planning to set up the occasional Pre50 club meeting in the London area. If you
are interested in following this up with Farrol, you can see his contact details in the members pages (click here).
DVLA will accept Pre50AAC Dating Certificates
Despite a number of members writing to their MP regarding DVLA intransigence over accepting our Dating
Certificates,which resulted in us receiving written confirmation that the issue had been resolved,it appears the
message has not reached all those who deal with such matters.
Today I heard that a member was told “the Pre 50 are not authorised by DVLA” and as a result will not renew his
PLEASE contact me BEFORE you get in touch with DVLA to register a vehicle,otherwise you will deal with
someone reading a script off a screen and who would not know what an Oldsmobile is if they fell over one.
Our club vehicle – 1964 Chevrolet C30 Panel Van.
David Radcliffe-Watts has written a great article on the purchase and restoration of our club vehicle, a 1964
1934 Chrysler Airflow
Help is needed for someone trying to locate their old family car, a 1934 Chrysler Airflow 4 door sedan.
From the photos you can see it was registered at that time as MG3450. It’s right hand drive with black paint. The
Airflow was last known in the 1960’s when the family sold it to someone in Chepstow, who may in turn have passed
it onto a museum.
If you think you have any information about where it is now, get in touch with Luke Arnott or Mel Lloyd, details on the
PRE’50 AMERICAN AUTO CLUB
THE CLUB FOR ENTHUSIASTS OF ALL AMERICAN VEHICLES