Welcome to our website.
Thankyou to all those who took the time to email me whenever
they accessed the website. This has helped me understand a little more about who/how often members use the site.
Over the past several months, I have been rebuilding the website onto a more modern platform. I will make the new website live in the second week of April , shortly before the AGM. The website itself will look familiar to you, with some changes and some additional pages. There will be a 'Members Only' page that can be accessed by using the password published in Transverse Torque issue 225.
Please take a look at the new website and let me know what you think.
Ron Lewis, Webmaster
The Ford Model Y & C Register is a club that covers just these two pre-war models and derivatives built between 1932 and 1939. To see what the cars look like,
please take a look at the cover of the Club book shown immediately below. This excellent book was written by our club archivist and historian, Sam Roberts. It can
be ordered by both non-members and members by using the details below.
Please feel free to browse our website to find out more about the cars and club - you can also contact the club directly by using the details on the 'Contact' page.
Models "Y" & "C" Book
The order form can be downloaded from the link below:
Want to post a message on this page? Email Ron on YandCweb@gmail.com
Get the latest FBHVC news at http://www.fbhvc.co.uk/
The Club forum is available on Yahoo groups - fordyandcmodelregister. Only members going through Yahoo will be able to access content & post. Join the group with your own password and get chatting! Please note that the views and advice expressed on the Forum are the view of individual members and not necessarily endorsed by the Register.
Club Facebook Pages
The Club has two pages on Facebook. One is a members only page.
Any members who want access to the members page should contact Roger Corti.
A public page is also available for non-members - Ford Y and C Public Page.
Our worldwide membership is always interested in YOUR car and what you have done and where you've been. Share that news with everyone. Photos and notes welcome. We can assist if required.
The requirement for an MOT for a pre-1960 car is now a thing of the past. Although it is not required by law, owners are advised that there is nothing to prevent you presenting your car at an MOT station for a test.