BMW Classic And Type Clubs International (CTCI)
The BMW Classic and Type Clubs International, sponsored by BMW, acts as the global organisation for the world wide associated BMW Clubs.
The BMW Historic Motor Club (UK) Ltd is an official member of the BMW CTCI.
The BMW CTCI represents around 200,000 BMW enthusiasts worldwide, and operates from the International BMW Club office in Munich, Germany.
Headed by the Chairman of the Board of Management, Ian Branston, the team is managed by Ilka Huss assisted by Andrea Sommer.
For more information, please visit their web site.
Members of the BMW Historic Motor Club can register on the site and obtain lots of useful and interesting information.
Federation Of British Historic Vehicle Clubs
The FBHVC exists to uphold the freedom to use old vehicles on the road. It does this by representing the interests of owners of such vehicles to politicians, government officials, and legislators both in the UK and (through membership of the Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens) Europe.
BMW Classic Car Club Of America
The BMW Club in America, similar to our own. The Club’s mission is to promote the interest in, the ownership of, and preservation of classic BMWs, as well as to encourage their use and visibility. We do this mainly through the organization of and the participation in specific events, and the publication of a quarterly magazine THE ULTIMATE CLASSIC.
We are in constant contact with other BMW clubs in order to keep our members abreast of events and happenings in the US as well as abroad. A strong emphasis is being place on social contacts between members. The Club also maintains a register of members and their cars.
The Frazer Nash Archives
The Frazer Nash Archives at Henley-on-Thames were founded by John Aldington to preserve and promote the history of the Frazer Nash marque, spanning the period between 1910, when the first GN was constructed, until 1957, when the last post-war Frazer Nash design was produced.
The Archives also cover the association between Frazer Nash and BMW and the influence of BMW design on the post-war Frazer Nash models.