Austin Seven Clubs Association – founded in 1969, the A7CA aims to co-ordinate the activities of the various A7 member clubs throughout the UK and the rest of the world. It also produces a high-quality quarterly magazine, organises anniversary events and maintains an archive of historic material.
Pre-War Austin Seven Club – the largest international club purely for A7s, the PWA7C promotes a wide variety of competitive events, runs, rallies and regional social meetings throughout the UK. As well as producing a monthly magazine, it provides technical advice and valuation & authentication services.
Brooklands Centre, 750 Motor Club – the Brooklands Centre is one of the more active Austin Seven centres in the 750 Club. They run a full calendar of various events, from local road runs to continental motoring holidays and treasure hunts to trials.
Austin Seven Forum – an informal discussion forum for A7 enthusiasts world-wide. Here you can often find valuable advice and help with A7-related problems.
Vintage Sports-Car Club – probably the best motoring club in the world, the VSCC organises a full programme of race meetings, sprints, hill-climbs, trials, driving tests and navigational rallies primarily for sports-cars built pre-1931 and selected high-quality sports-cars (PVTs) built prior to 1941.
Pram Hood Register – a list of all the surviving earliest Austin 7 cars which were built between 1922 and mid-1926 and have 6" diameter brakes.
Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs – a grouping of almost 500 Clubs and Museums together with some 1500 Trade and Individual Supporters. The aim of the Federation is to uphold our freedom to use old vehicles on the roads without any undue restriction and to support its member organisations in whatever way it can.
Pre War Car – a daily magazine and marketplace dedicated to the pre-1940 car.
Seven Links – Austin Seven information on the internet; a classified list of websites compiled by Geoffrey Redman.