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2 August 2021 Michael_T

Important changes to our paid membership!

COVID-19 has certainly changed the way the world operates, and it’s something that’s altered the classic car landscape. Here at ado16.info it’s allowed us the chance to review our operations and really make sure we’re fit for the future of car clubs.

The eager eyed amongst you will have spotted that we’re an issue of “The Connaught” behind. Despite numerous pleas for content – we simply have not had the contributions to be able to produce a magazine for May/June – this is a huge shame given the fantastic support we have for everything ELSE we do.

Our roots are simple, we’re online – and we’ve always done a fantastic job of breaking the mould, and being able to be found and keep cars on the road, allow people to stumble on our content and enjoy a trip down memory lane. So, we’re going back to our roots, and all content will now be provided online, when you want it. As before paid members (or supporters as you’ll be referred to) will receive discounts (some of which are exclusive to ado16.info), access to supporter only pages including pdf handbooks, workshop manuals, parts lists etc as well as the back catalogue of “The Connaught”.

We’ll still be at the big indoor shows, such as the NEC, and we won’t all be sat on deck chairs behind a car or hidden by a wall of regalia – we’ll be talking, we’ll be mingling and we’ll be encouraging you to speak to us. It’s these things that make us different, that truly make us ado16.info.

Your support has been amazing, and we really hope you’ll continue your journey with us – and share content directly with the webmaster so we can enhance our online community.

Michael_T

Michael's interest in cars started from an early age, when he would spend time in his Dad's garage observing many a job being undertaken. Naturally as Michael grew up, cars were firmly a part of his DNA, and as such the interest has gone from strength to strength. Having always had a keen interest in all things British, it probably wouldn't surprise you to know that his portfolio of cars have always been British made.