Berkeley Enthusiasts Club
The Berkeley Enthusiast’s Club was founded in 1963 as a replacement for the Berkeley Sports Car Club, which was organised to promote Berkeley cars in sporting events. From the very beginning the club was run with the manifesto of keeping Berkeley’s running on the roads. Initially this took the form of keeping owners in touch with each other, keeping a source of spares, technical literature and even helping to develop and update the various models.
In recent years, all 3 and 4 wheeled Berkeley models have become recognised as classic cars and the emphasis of the club is now on helping members to restore cars to original specification. The old ‘transitionary’ period has not been forgotten however, and the club has a contingent of members with modified cars.
The club has a steadily growing membership in excess of 300 members nationwide, with additional members overseas in many parts of the world.
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