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 started several years ago with a club directory (don’t they all!). Not all clubs were online and it became apparent that the websites on offer were expensive and difficult to maintain for many of the smaller clubs. Thankfully this situation has improved and there are more options available nowadays.
We were able to provide free and low-cost websites to a few vintage and classic car clubs; tractor clubs and private collections in the United Kingdom and Ireland. This included helping maintain the websites and advising on the best way to add content. The websites have unlimited pages, an event calendar, photo albums and blog posts.
Flivver Online will continue to provide websites to clubs but we are extending the offer to any business or individual within the heritage vehicle movement. We believe that more enthusiasts should be online as we will be more visible to potential new club members, event attendees or people looking for parts.
Our focus will be on promoting clubs, collections and suppliers so will provide help and advice on the best way to present content to get noticed by search engines. We are still fond of directories and have launched a new project called The Lost Garage where we offer free listings for clubs, events, museums and suppliers.
The directory is also home to the Concours Project, a history project where heritage vehicles will be listed by production year. Each vehicle page includes links to local events, clubs and museums so we find ourselves back to promoting the preservation and enjoyment of historic vehicles.
So, if you need a website or are looking to upgrade, please do check us out.