Motoring Links

  • Association of Motoring Clubs Inc. (AOMC)
    The Association of Motoring Clubs Inc. (AOMC) is a nonprofit organisation comprising over 150 member clubs and representing in excess of 35,000 vehicle enthusiasts in Victoria, Australia with vehicles from the Veteran era through to current models.
  • Auckland Morris Minor Car Club
    AMMCC is a club for anyone interested in Morris Minors. The club aims to provide a forum for members to exchange ideas and information and to have fun.
  • Brian Jackson’s Gallery of Morris Photographs
    This site contains photographs of Morris vehicles in the UK and Australia.
  • CarsOnline
    The name tells the story. This site is well worth a visit.
  • J, JB & 101 Register
    This Register caters for owners and enthusiasts of just one vehicle – the Morris-Commercial ‘J’ type, and its later variants – the Morris JB and the Austin 101.
  • Morris Eight Register of Sweden
    The Morris Eight Register of Sweden welcomes Morris Eight members from Sweden and abroad. The intention of the register is to bring together enthusiasts with an interest in Morris Eights in order to help them run and restore their cars. Important as the cars may be, we like to emphasize the social side of our annual summer event.
  • Morris Minor Brochures
    Collection of brochures, adverts concerning the Morris Minor.
  • Morris 8 & MGB
    This website is dedicated to Rob Symonds Morris Eight 2-seater which he bought as a student in 1969. It served as his only means of transport for several years, until he decided to dismantle it in 1976, with a view to restoring it.
  • Morris Car Club of Western Australia
    The club was formed in 1980 by a group of enthusiasts wishing to share the joys of owning and driving Morris cars.
  • Morris Commercial Club
    The club was formed with the merger of a group of Morris Commercial enthusiasts and vehicle restorers together with the Ex-Apprentices Association. The main aim of the club is to bring together, under one umbrella, as many admirers and supporters of the Morris Commercial marque as possible in a determined effort to harness technical knowledge, historic information and opinions from the vast amount of experience we know is available worldwide on these vehicles.
  • Morris Marina Owner’s Club
    The Morris Marina Owners Club incorporating the Ital Register was founded by Frank Philips and Clive Higgins in 1985 with the intention of recognising the place of the Marina and its derivatives in motoring history. The club currently has nearly 500 members across the globe.
  • Morris Minor Car Club of Victoria
    The site has been designed to provide information about the Club and Morris Minors for members and non-members. You will find information about the MMCCV, National Rally and Touring Club events, index of Australian clubs, technical and historical articles, photographs, tips and hints, and much more.
  • Morris Minor Owners Club (UK)
    This site contains information on all Morris Minors, why not join the club.
  • Morris Minor Spare Parts
    With having had over 25 years experience in parts with one of the top leading Morris Minor companies. We offer a good range of quality items with quality prices to match, with a fast and reliable mail order service.
  • Morris Register of New Zealand Inc. (Auckland Branch)
    The aim and objects of the Morris Register are to preserve all types of Morris vehicles, to promote interest in these vehicles and to keep members in touch with one another, for the purpose of pooling information and experience etc. The club was formed in 1976, based in Auckland, and membership is open to all NZ residents interested in the Morris marque
  • Morris Register of NSW Inc
    An affiliate to the Morris Register of Victoria.
  • Morris Register of SA
    An affiliate to the Morris Register of Victoria.
  • Morris Register UK
    This is our sister site.
  • Pre War Car
    The daily Magazine & Marketplace dedicated to the pre 1940 car.
  • Team Net British Cars (SOL)
    This site is a great place to start if you are looking for all different types of British car manufacturers.
  • The Bullnose Morris Car Club
    The Bullnose Morris Club was formed in 1952 and now has over 600 Members world-wide. Membership is open to all who are interested in Morris cars and commercial vehicles manufactured between 1913 and 1930, including owners of such vehicles, intending owners and enthusiastic non-owners. The facilities offered by the Club are as follows: Bi-monthlv magazine containing news of forthcoming events, rally reports, technical articles, members letters, sales and wanted advertisements for cars and parts.
  • The Minor Site
    This site contains information about Morris Minors.
  • The Unofficial Austin-Rover Web Resource
    This site contains everything you ever wanted to know about the Austin-Rover etc.
  • Vintage Minor Register
    This site is dedicated to locating every overhead camshaft Morris Minor – 1928 to 1931 around the world. They have around 140 so far, including one or two in Australia and New Zealand.