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It soon became apparent that the name of the Register would have to change, to reflect the inclusion of all other Austin models. In 1961 the Register was re-named "The Vintage Austin Register". In 1981 the VAR became a limited liability company and was named The Vintage Austin Register Ltd.
Such was the survival rate of the Austin Motor Company's "Twelve" that the Register quickly grew and began to accept other models in the Austin range, such as the Austin 20/4, 16/6 and the ubiquitous Austin 7.
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The Vintage Austin Register (V.A.R.) was founded in 1958 as the "Vintage Austin 12/4 Register" by enthusiasts who were keen to record and preserve remaining examples of this well known an much loved car.
Since inception the VAR (as it is more commonly known) has consistently grown to a membership of over 600. It encompasses a diverse range of Austin vehicles built between 1905 and 1939 Separate branches are established in Australia and New Zealand to cater for the needs of a growing number of enthusiasts emerging in both these locations.

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Whilst members are more prolific in the UK (the country of manufacture) such was the strength behind the export drive that many Austins are still being found in far flung corners of the globe.

THE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE VAR ARE THE SAME TODAY AS THEY WERE IN 1958

Encourage interest Encourage restoration Encourage preservation Encourage use of vintage and pre-war Austins.

GLOBAL AUSTINS

The Spares Department supplies all the most needed parts at little over cost price and technical help is always available.
Regular rallies and meetings are held around the country.
On Reflection!
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DESIGNED BY CHEEKY SPRITE STUDIOS

ABOUT US

The Vintage Austin Register (V.A.R.) was founded in 1958 as the "Vintage Austin 12/4 Register" by enthusiasts who were keen to record and preserve remaining examples of this well known an much loved car.
Such was the survival rate of the Austin Motor Company's "Twelve" that the Register quickly grew and began to accept other models in the Austin range, such as the Austin 20/4, 16/6 and the ubiquitous Austin 7.
Join Us
The Spares Department supplies all the most needed parts at little over cost price and technical help is always available.
Regular rallies and meetings are held around the country.

NAME CHANGE

It soon became apparent that the name of the Register would have to change, to reflect the inclusion of all other Austin models. In 1961 the Register was re-named "The Vintage Austin Register". In 1981 the VAR became a limited liability company and was named The Vintage Austin Register Ltd.
On Reflection!
Join Us
Since inception the VAR (as it is more commonly known) has consistently grown to a membership of over 600. It encompasses a diverse range of Austin vehicles built between 1905 and 1939 Separate branches are established in Australia and New Zealand to cater for the needs of a growing number of enthusiasts emerging in both these locations.
Whilst members are more prolific in the UK (the country of manufacture) such was the strength behind the export drive that many Austins are still being found in far flung corners of the globe.

THE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE VAR ARE

THE SAME TODAY AS THEY WERE IN 1958

Encourage interest Encourage restoration Encourage preservation Encourage use of vintage and pre-war Austins.

GLOBAL AUSTINS