The ATDC is a friendly club offering it's members the very best of services to encourage maximum enjoyment and pleasure from owning and driving an Austin.
The Austin Ten Drivers Club was formed in 1965, when Austin Tens represented "shoestring motoring" and daily transport for the impoverished student and motoring enthusiast. Many years have passed since then and now the humble Austin Ten is widely recognised as a classic car in its own right. Affordable, econimical and surprisingly practical, even on the roads of today, the Austin Ten is a worthwhile car to own, use and enjoy.
The Club, which has over 1700 members, has also grown to include all Austins of 10 hp to 28 hp from 1931 to 1939, so there is bound to be a car within the ATDC to suit you. Be it a small or large, saloon or tourer, econmomical or sporting, there is a car for all pockets. We are largely informal and a happy bunch.
The Objectives of the Austin Ten Driver's Club
1. To provide a friendly club environment for enthusiasts of Austin cars and vans 10 hp to 28 hp for vehicles manufactured between 1931 and 1939.
2. To support the club membership in the restoration and running of their cars and to encourage the regular use of owner's vehicles on the road and at club events and social gatherings.
3. To provide a range of club services and events to enable the membership to get the maximum pleasure from the ownership of an Austin.