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1 Fahad Al Sowailim Club Classical cars do occupy a part of our thoughts as we consider it a vital part of history. Each car represents and specific era of human advancement and by grace of god, we were able to acquire a vast collection of classical cars. All in hopes of making the Kingdom a point of focus when it comes to Classical car events
2 Sharjah Old Car Club With the great interaction of the Sharjah Museum of the old cars of interest and the owners of classic cars and their desire to show their cars, the idea of establishing a club that combines the owners and lovers of classic cars under one umbrella, in terms of technical, advisory or licensing was established. Today, more than a thousand members have been able to present their holdings through the activities of the club. The agreement was signed with the Traffic Department under the guidance and follow-up of His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Sharjah, Especially for the old cars with a shape and color and a formula different from the usual car plates remember that they are old, to be examined in the club's workshop to ensure the availability of the standards of the old car in each, and so the private cars have their own place and reference clear. Media and Culture in Sharjah, a decision was made in 2010 to separate the museum from the club, the supervision of the club to the Sharjah Sports Council, and turned the dependency of the museum to the Department of Museums
3 Emirates Classic Cars Club Established in 1965, the Automobile & Touring Club of the United Arab Emirates encompasses a number of divisions. One of which represents the Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens (FIVA) within the UAE. Also under the ATCUAE umbrella, the ECCC is intended to be a source of technical information and event organisational assistance wherever necessary. The Emirates Classic Car Club is also responsible for all matters relating to Classic Car Shows or displays, and the first point of contact for our Organisational Partners requiring our services & assistance.
4 The Irish Jaguar & Daimler Club The Irish Jaguar and Daimler Club Ltd. was founded in Cork during 1980 by a group of enthusiasts, who realised that the great interest which many people have for these cars, could best be served through an organised group. Since then the Club has grown, moving its base to Dublin in 1981 and becoming a Limited Company in 1982. Throughout the 1980s and 90s membership increased steadily, celebrating its 25th anniversary with legendary Jaguar test driver Norman Dewis, and hosting visits by British, American and Australian Jaguar Owners Clubs. Today owners and enthusiasts of all models from the earliest SS to the latest XE are represented in the Club and it remains the only Irish club dedicated to the Jaguar, Daimler and SS marques. .
5 Classic Cars Club of America The Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) is about vintage automobiles and the pleasure of the sport. Since its beginning in 1952, the Members of the CCCA have been dedicated to the collection, preservation and enjoyment of the world’s finest cars. Automobiles manufactured from 1915 to 1948 remain the primary focus of the club today. CCCA members have held Grand Classic® car shows, enjoyed CARavans and published The Classic Car magazine plus other materials every year since the Club's founding.