We are dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of historic vehicles and try to support this endeavour by offering free and low-cost websites to anyone involved in the heritage vehicle movement, whether your interest is automobiles, tractors, stationary engines, traction engines, motorbikes, scooters, steam trains, aeroplanes or boats. The project
Flivver Online is part of a project to promote the preservation and enjoyment of historic vehicles. Clubs, Registers and Societies are at the forefront of preserving older vehicles and we would like to see more of them online. Our goal is to help anyone involved in the heritage vehicle movement
Flivver Online websites have been created around the needs of a typical classic car club but are highly adaptable for any club, register, society, event or business within the heritage vehicle movement. We have listed a few of the website features below. Free Website Website includes free hosting and templates
It is usually easier to work on an engine when you have the vehicle manual and a local expert to answer questions and point you in the right direction. Websites are no different. They require regular updates and maintenance to get the best out of them. Flivver Online websites are
See a selection of the websites we have provided and maintained for vintage and classic car clubs, tractor clubs, vehicle collections, event organisers and online publications over the years. Clubs and Societies, Museums and Collections Events Publications Other Websites Many vehicle enthusiasts have a broad range of interests and are
This section lists a few websites, resources and links we, and other website owners, have found useful in managing and promoting a website. We do not recommend any particular service – these links are provided for information purposes only. Please do get in touch with us if you would like
We answer some of your questions to help you decide if our websites are right for you and will benefit your club, event or business. If you have any other questions we haven’t covered above, please get in touch and we will do our best to answer them.
A report focused on the classic and collector car industry, a sector worth £18.3bn to the UK economy and estimated to employ approximately 113,000 people*, shows the industry needs to attract and entice a new
The first global symposium on the challenge of attracting young people to the historic vehicle community was held in Marrakech, Morocco, on 14th May 2022. Supported by FIVA (the Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens or
With electric powertrain conversions for classic cars rising in popularity, a recent poll states 70 per cent of classic car enthusiasts want the Government to create a new vehicle class solely for EV conversions as
Custodian, the platform and app built to remove the burden of administration from specialist car owners, has launched new functionality for users, allowing easy and secure sharing of information by vehicle owners. This latest addition
Continuing its programme of reinstating products that have become unavailable for one reason or another, British Motor Heritage (BMH) has now invested in new tooling specifically in order to produce B-Post assemblies for Triumph TR
In 1972, Volkswagen revealed a prototype T2 Bulli, which featured an electric motor in the rear. The arrival of the new Volkswagen ID. Buzz makes that 50-year-old dream a reality. The foundations for the all-electric
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