Welcome to the National Steam Car Association

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Welcome to the
National Steam Car Association

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The National Steam Car Association

The NSCA was formed in June 2009 and had a hugely successful official launch in the National Traction Engine Trust marquee at the Great Dorset Steam Fair. Our association is an ever-growing club with members worldwide; together we aim to preserve our heritage with steam on the road.

 

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The National Steam Car Association Ltd encourages communication between all our members, we are all here to help each other with information on where to go, how to restore our machines and where to source those all-important cars, spares and supplies.

The Association attends a number of events and Tours throughout the year and we are keen for our members – both car owners and non-car owner to attend and join in where they can. Take a look at our event calendar.

The National Steam Car Club (touring Group) have sent an open invitation to all members of the Steam Car Club of Great Britain, to join them at Peter Stevenson’s for their Midland Meander Mk III Steam Car Tour on the June 10th – 16TH. Accommodation has been arranged at the Golden Lion Hotel in Easenhall.Contact Eleanor Maynard, Group Reservations, Golden Lion Hotel, Easenhall, Rugby CV23 0JA eleanor@goldenlionhotel.org www.goldenlionhotel.org Telephone: 01788 833577. There is a special room rate for two people sharing. I recommend you to book early, and mention the National Steam Car Association. Peter is also able to accommodate both Caravans and Trailers at his home. (Contact 01788 833543. email pdstevenson@pailtonsteam.co.uk)

The chairmen of the SCCGB and the NSCA jointly hope that members will take this opportunity to meet on a social basis as the first steps towards possible unification in the future.

Our aim is to provide you as members the opportunity to share knowledge, understanding and appreciation for these wonderful machines. As an association we share a rare element of our history.