Welcome to the Clan Owners Club, formed in June 1978 - now has over 220 members in the UK, Europe, New Zealand, Canada and Australia.
In June 1978 the Clan Crusader Owners Club was formed and held the first of many Clan gatherings at Donington Park. In 1985 the name was changed to The Clan Owners Club in order to welcome the owners of the two new versions that were being produced.
Current membership stands at approximately 200 with members and cars in the UK, Holland, Switzerland, as well as in Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
Each year the club, with the support of the members, attends various Classic car and Motoring events and holds regional meetings arranged by 6 area organisers.
The club produces a quarterly magazine and provides advice and assistance on vehicle maintenance. It can supply virtually any part needed to maintain, repair or restore an Imp based CLAN. Some parts are available for the Clover model. Many of the club's stock of spares are unobtainable from other sources and includes a large proportion of the original liquidation stock. A list is available from the spares secretary and is reissued annually.
The club operates a historical register in order to maintain a record of each car and keep the marque alive. Register/Club Historian: Jim McEwan
It also has its own regalia, e.g. T-shirts, sweatshirts, badges, keyfobs, etc.