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14th Armored Re-Creation

Louisville,
KY,
USA

The 14th Armored Re-Creations is a club headquartered in Louisville, KY. We are a group of collector-historians, recreating the look and feel of the 14th Armored Division in Europe 1944-45.


5 Airborne Brigade

UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1903 810186
Mobile: +44 (0) 07966 118237
Fax: +44 (0) 1403 273750

A representation of life within British Airborne Forces during the 1980's and 90's showing equipment, vehicles and weapons used by the Regiments and Corps that made up the Brigade structure. Some of our group are ex-serving members of the Brigade and are happy to receive questions and new members are most welcome


AFCVM

7 rue de Senonches,
Brezolles,
28270,
France

Tel: +33(0)603322673

AFCVM - Association Française des Collectionneurs de Véhicules Militaires. The French Association of Military Vehicles Collectors operates one hundred MVs mainly from World War 2 and Algerian war years. It also gathers re-enactors of these periods. Headquarters located 100 km west of Paris close to Normandy. Fully english speaking website. Quaterly newsletter : " Hell on Wheels ". MVT affiliated.


Alvis Fighting Vehicle Society

Baker Group Distribution,
Crick,
Northamptonshire,
NN6 7TZ,
UK

Tel: +44 (0)7803 080028

The Alvis Fighting Vehicle Society have a number of highly skilled members who can offer services at both a corporate and private level. Our services include; Vehicle Repairs, Vehicle Storage, CVRT Gearbox Repairs, Vehicle Hire, Film and TV Hire, Vehicle Inspections,Technical Information, Corporate Events and Vehicle Transport. Please view our website for more detail.


American 29th Infantry

UK

Tel: +44 (0) 7951 719385

We are a re-enactment group, re-enacting the American infantryman of the 29th Division during WWII. We are based in the UK and have members from various places, the majority however are from the south. 29 Lets go!


Austin K5 Register

8 Bedford Avenue,
Mansfield,
Nottinghamshire,
NGl8 3AD,
UK

The group for devotees of the few remaining K5 Austins. SAE please.


Belgian Military Vehicle Trust

Rue Preixhe 1,
Hermalle ss Argenteau,
B B-4681,
Belgium

Tel: +32(0)4-379.73.25

Main Belgian club for military vehicle enthusiasts. We arrange many rallies and trips to battlefields and events all over Europe. New members are welcome.


Canadian Vehicle Register

UK

The Canadian Register keeps a database of World War 2 Canadian Ex-military vehicles. Our new web-site contains information about CMP vehicles, British & Canadian vehicle markings, on-line workshop manuals, reader's restoration articles and photos, galleries from military vehicle events, adverts and much more.


Club RAL 6014

Lange Kruisweg 70c,
2676 BP Maasdijk,
Holland

Tel: +31 (0)6 531 391 33

Club RAL 6014 is a club of friends in the region of the Westland (near Rotterdam, The Netherlands), which deals with the restoration and maintenance of militairy vehicles and fire-fighting vehicles from the period 1940 till 1966.


Der Kradschutze

Am Berg 12,
55234 Wahlheim,
Germany

Tel: +49 6731 948466

Members own vehicles like BMW R12, R75, Zündapp KS 750, Opel Olympia OL 38 staff car, Citroen Typ 23 camion, Citroen 11CV, Schwimmwagen Typ 128 and 166, Kübelwagen Typ 82, Demag 1ton Halftruck, Phänomen Granit 25H Kübelwagen, several infantry carts, Mercedes 170V Kübelwagen, , NSU Kettenkrad.We organize or co-organize many vintage military vehicle meetings in Germany and would like to have also members from some other foreign countries in Europe.


Dragons Fury L.H.G

Canterbury,
Kent,
UK

New living history group based in East Kent that portray The Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment). We are the only Buffs WWII LHG that is supported by the Regimental association. We are looking for enthusiastic new members who will give one of the oldest infantry regiments of the line the recognition it deserves in the re-enactment world.


East Anglian Fighting Vehicle Group

UK

Tel: +44 (0)1787 460236

This is a group of friendly military vehicle enthusiasts who have WWII and post war vehicles which are taken to shows and other local events. Meetings are fairly informal as well as socialising, members pass on restoration and operating information, arrange social events and occasionally host guest speakers, and visits to places of military interest.Membership is not dependent on owning a vehicle.Meetings are on 2nd Wednesday in the month at The Musket Club, Colchester 1945 for a 2000 start.


Ex Military Landrover Association

17 Millfield Road Handsworth Woode,
Birmingham,
West Midlands,
B20 1EF,
UK

Tel: +44 (0)121 686 5399

If you have an interest in ex-military Landrovers then please write to EMLRA enclosing a 9" x 7" SAE. Please remember that you do not have to own a vehicle to be a member. Contact Sarah Pattison


Fallschirmjager Regiment 6

6 Morley Road,
Southsea,
Hampshire,
PO4 9PD,
UK

Tel: +44 (0)2392 750032

We specifically portray a late war impression of the ground role that the Fallschirmjager undertook. From Normandy through to Holland, the Ardennes and early 1945. A friendly group, we attend many events throughout the year from Living History battles to Military shows. Join us in the Bocage!


Federation Française MVCG

Les Esnauderies,
Bouille Menard,
49520,
France

Created 30 years ago, the 'French Federation of military vehicles conservation groups" gathers more than 40 clubs in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, some 1000 members and much more vehicles including armour, artillery (WW II and post-war). For more details and pictures, see on our website But sorry, it's only in French.


Feldgendarmerie Trupp 82 (mot.)/2. Panzer Division

UK

Tel: +44 (0)870 199 4313

We are a group of militaria collectors and historical enthusiasts who seek to recreate, as accurately as possible, a Wehrmacht military police unit. We have a large display of signals equipment, police related items, vehicles and even an Enigma machine! If you'd like to know more, please contact us.


Forgotten Tommies

 

Forgotten Tommies portrays the British and Commonwealth soldiers of the WW2 Burma campaign. We strive to remember the people involved in the conflict by accurately portraying them in living history displays, supporting veterans events, and in ‘first person’ impressions at educational events. We do not participate in mock battles.


Green Mountain Military Vehicle Club (GMMVC)

USA

Dedicated to military enthusiasts interested in the restoration, preservation, and safe operationof historic military vehicles. GMMVC is committed to providing New Englanders with opportunities for learning about the role these "steel soldiers" played in the protection of our freedom, as well as a chance to see rolling history close-up. GMMVC comprises over 80 members and 200 historic military vehicles. We provide an experienced, friendly support structure to those wishing to restore a historic military relic, as well as a number of fun events where these vehicles can be displayed.


HMK Norway

Postboks 240,
7501 St Jordal,
Norway

Tel: +47 951 15 116

Norwegian Historical Military Vehicles Association (HMK) has over 2,000 members.civilian, non-political association with the objective of pre-serving any kind of vehicle of military historical interest, parts for these, documentation and other material naturally connected to the vehicles and their use. HMK offers wide range of events and welcomes visitors.


Hohenstaufen Re-enactment Group

10 School Hill,
Crowthorne,
Berkshire,
RG45 7HE,
UK

Tel: +44 (0)7743 945336

Portraying Panzergrenadiere of the 9th Waffen-SS Panzer Division'Hohenstaufen'This unit took part in most major European battles during the war - Normandy, Arnhem, Battle of the Bulge, earning respect from those they fought.A small group with big ideas, we accept membership applications from anywhere in the UK


IMPS

UK

Tel: +44 (0)1306 88 1747

The world's favourite military vehicle club. Organisers of the War and Peace Show-the worlds largest military vehicle event. Whether you are a vehicle owner or not, join us for fun with military vehicles.


IMVCC

Via Mantova, 13,
10153 Torino,
Italy

Tel: +39(0)11 859526

The International Military Vehicle Collectors Club is an Italian organization dedicated to the military vehicles preservation, collection and restoration. The IMVCC was born in 1980 as the Italian Chapter of the american MVPA, currently has more than 600 affiliated members and 3.000 registered military vehicles The IMVCC publishes every 3 months the magazine "Army Motors Italia", on a yearly base holds the Italian Convention and gives all the possible support to the other Italian events.
L'IMVCC (International Military Vehicle Collectors Club) è un'organizzazione italiana dedicata alla conservazione, al restauro e alla collezione dei veicoli militari. L'IMVCC è nato nel 1980 come sezione italiana dell'MVPA americano, ha circa 600 soci e 3.000 veicoli militari registrati. L'IMVCC pubblica ogni 3 mesi la rivista "Army Motors Italia", ogni anno organizza il raduno italiano e supporta gli altri eventi italiani.


Keep Them Rolling

Steijnstraat 66-6,
7551 GM Hengelo OV,
The Netherlands,
Holland

Tel: + 31 (74) 256.63.24

Holland's largest military vehicle club. If you own a military vehicle built in the period 1939-1945, you can become member of Keep Them Rolling. As a member or benefactor you´ll receive our KTR-magazine 4 times a year, full of reports of our events, technical articles, etc.


Lucky Seventh

Holland

Tel: +31(0)6-10695364

Lucky Seventh is the 1940-1945 branch of the military vehicles owners association club Wheels. Most members of Wheels are located in the southern part of The Netherlands. Since anyone with a military vehicle from before 1975 can become a member of Wheels, a separate branch of the club was formed for the members that have vehicles from the 1940-1945 period.


Luxembourg Military Vehicle Collectors Club

Quadriga,14, rue Adolphe Weis,
Bereldange,
L-7260,
Luxembourg,
Luxembourg

Tel: +352 (0) 21 13 73 16
Fax: +352 (0) 33 92 70

The Luxembourg Military Vehicle Collectors “QUADRIGA” is a non-profit association , based in Walferdange, and was founded in 1984 by a small group of historical military vehicle enthusiast


Medway Military Vehicle Group

UK

Tel: +44 (0)1634 851656
Mobile: +44 (0)7946 525089

We are a North Kent based group with post-war British vehicles and equipment. As well as ex-military Land Rovers we have a Fox CVR(W), Bedford TM, Armstrong motorcycles and two Rapier B1 Missile Launchers. We display at several shows during the year and welcome new recruits.


Milikent

UK

Tel: +44(0)7803 238438

We are a Kent based group who formed as friends for the Normandy 60th Anniversary. Some members have been involved in Military Vehicle Preservation for many years, some of us being founder members of IMPS. We are actively involved in local, national and international events.


Military Transport Association of North Jersey

P.O. Box 393,
Budd Lake,
New Jersey,
NJ 07828,
USA

The Military Transport Association of North Jersey, USA is a non-profit membership organization for people interested in collecting, restoring, and operating historic military vehicles. The MTA participates in parades, ceremonies, and displays for museums and schools. The MTA is dedicated to educating everyone about historic military vehicles and the personnel who used them. More than 150 members participate in 20 parades each year as well as educational events, trail rides, and rallies.


Military Vehicle Collectors of California

MVCC Secretary,
PO Box 1765,
Carmel,
CA 93921,
USA

Dedicated to the acquisition, restoration, preservation, safe operation, public education and display of historic military transport. The MVCC is the largest regional MV club in the U.S., based in Northern / Central California and boast members from many states and even overseas. We produce the largest annual MV show and vendor event in the Western U.S.: Camp Delta at Tower Park in April, with a smaller version in September.


Military Vehicle Trust

Meadowhead Cottage,,
Beaumaris Avenue, Blackburn,
Lancs,
BB2 4TP,
UK

Tel: +44 (0)1254 202253

The UK's largest military vehicle club. Our magazine Windscreen is enjoyed by enthusiasts at home and abroad. Overseas members welcome.


Mutt Register

118, Poplar Avenue,
Horwich,
Bolton,
BL6 6TA,
UK

Tel: +44 (0)1204 695351

The purpose of this Newsletter is to bring together owners and fans of the M151-series, to exchange information, tips, photos and stories about this rare and unusual 4x4". Published bi-monthly.


MVPA

PO Box 520378,
Independence,
MO 64052,
USA

Become a member of the Military Vehicle Preservation Association and join over 8,300 other Military Vehicle enthusiasts around the world! With membership you receive 10 magazines, the bi-monthly Supply Line and the quarterly Army Motors. Visit our web site at http://www.mvpa.org for full membership details!


North East Military Vehicle Club

44 Purley Road,
Plains Farm,
Sunderland,
SR3 1QS,
UK

Tel: info@nemvc.org.uk

The N.E.M.V.C. was officially formed in August 1972 by a small group of Jeep owning individuals and has grown over the years into a high profile well informed and organised club with the aim of preserving, restoring, using and exhibiting military vehicles of all periods. Club vehicles and members willingly give their support to veterans organisations and have taken part in many historic events - the anniversaries of D-Day, Dunkirk, Arnhem, Bastogne, Bethune, the Liberation of Northern Holland and the Channel Islands besides appearing in many film and TV programmes.


Quadriga

B.P. 114,
Bereldange,
Luxembourg,
L-7201,
Luxembourg

Tel: +352 661 310 594

Quadriga - Luxembourg Historic Military Vehicle Collectors. A non-profit association,based in Walferdange, and was founded in 1984 by a small group of historical military vehicle enthusiasts, in possession of some original vehicles soon started to bring them back in the original livery and in olive green drab.


Rolling Thunder The Vietnam Experience

UK

Tel: +44 (0)1323 843456

We are a large group who collect and restore vehicles from the Vietnam period. Among our vehicles we have Two replica Guntrucks which are the only ones in the UK and we believe that one of them is the only known type in the world, this makes us very unique in the military vehicle world. We also re-enact many different units from the Vietnam War. The group has won many awards at shows and we are renowned for our quality displays, Rolling Thunder has also helped with the making of TV programmes as well as putting on displays for the US Marines and US Air Force.


The Champ Register

Springfield Farm, Vinney Lane,
Horton, Nr Chipping Sodbury,
South Gloucestershire,
BS37 6PE,
UK

If you are a Champ owner or enthusiast, you should join us. Visit the website and explore the Champ world.


The Dingo Register

Sambastraat 21,
Venray,
5802 NM,
Holland

The Dingo Register is a world wide register of surviving Dingo's for Dingo owners and enthusiasts by Dingo owners. As they all have/had this uniquearmoured vehicle it would be nice if owners could stay in contact with each other for the purpose of exchanging information, knowledge and even parts. Simultaneously an attempt is made to compile a list of all surviving Dingo's.


The Garrison

9 Vale Rd,
Pewsey,
Wiltshire,
UK

Tel: +44 (0) 672 564562

The Garrison is a WW2 living history group which incorporates a number of different, more specific units. We have attended events all over the country, and also abroad. We reenact British WWII, Royal Artillery, Field, Anti-aircraft and Searchlight units. The Regiments portrayed are 489 Battery, 124th (Northumbrian) Field Regiment RA, 25th Light Anti Aircraft Regiment RA, both in 50th Tyne Tees Division and 301 Bty, 93rd (Mixed) Searchlight Regiment Royal Artillery. This ATS regiment was the only all female regiment in the History of the British Army. Our group equipment includes a large range of ww2 British military vehicles plus a full set of 25pdrs, a Bofors and a Mk1 150cm searchlight and generator.


The Scammell Register

Cherry Tree Cottage, Penperlleni,
Pontypool,
Gwent,
NP4 0BJ,
UK

Tel: +44(0)1873 881017

Scammell, as with any famous marque in road transport history, has a dedicated following of enthusiasts, many of whom have restored and drive Scammell lorries. The Scammell Register is the organisation for anyone who owns, or has an interest in, this famous marque


The Scottish Military Vehicle Group

Fairways, 12 The Holdings,,
Kinfauns,,
Perth,
PH2 7JY,
UK

Tel: +44(0)1307 467215

The Scottish Military Vehicle Group is an organisation of members who own, run and have an interest in the preservation of military vehicles. The Group's membership is spread over the whole of Scotland and beyond with members supporting events such as Armed Forces Day, Remembrance "Poppy Day", regimental and veteran reunions as well as the many various military and vintage vehicle events held throughout the UK and Europe. We produce our own magazine "The Despatch" which is published quarterly and is available to members only. Log on to www.scottishmvg.org for further information.


The Tilly Register

Three Trees Stone Street,
Lympne,
Kent,
CT21 4JY,
UK

Tel: +44 (0)1303 265078

World-wide register of all surviving Tilly's and Austin 8AP Military Tourers .To join and receive the quarterly newsletter, please E Mail first for full details.


Tiger 1

UK

Tel: +44 (0)7792 844842

Tiger 1 are one of the UK’s newest and most easily recognisable re-enactment and military vehicle groups. We care passionately about our hobby and in preserving the heritage and memory of the equipment and people of one of the most important events of modern


Tiger 1 Kampfgruppe StahlKrieger

UK

Tel: +44 (0)7792 844842

Are you a German WWII military vehicle owner? Whatever you have, from a Kubelwagen up to a Jagdpanther; we maybe able to help each other. We at Tiger 1 are one of the UK’s newest and most easily recognisable re-enactment and military vehicle groups. We care passionately about our hobby and in preserving the heritage and memory of the equipment and people of one of the most important events of modern history.


Tired Iron Military Vehicle Club

USA

Tired Iron Military Vehicle Club was founded in 1993 by a handful of MVenthusiasts that wanted a place to gather and help each other with therestoration and maintenance of their vehicles. We are located in EastTennessee, U.S.A. We attend about twenty events annually and have greatsupport from our community. We provide a rolling, living, and interactivehistory of Military Vehicles. We also try to provide information concerningthe restorations of our past, current, and future vehicles with pictures andvideo.


Ulster Military Vehicle Club

2 Henderson Avenue,
Belfast,
Northern Ireland,
BT15 5FL,
UK

Tel: +44 (0) 28 90220995

The Ulster Military Vehicle Club promotes the restoration, preservation anddisplay of ex-military vehicles in Northern Ireland and provides a hub for M.V Owners and enthusiasts to exchange information, organise events andsocialise with those equally "afflicted".


Willys Jeep Club

Sweden

Tel: 08-56033221

Swedish club for Jeep enthusiasts - military and civilian.


Woodland Assault Solihull

UK

Tel: +44 (0) 121 744-6428
Mobile: +44 (0)75670162

Our display is the following: A typical day in the life of an American soldier in Iraq portraying a Road Block senario . Our weapons are all of the same specification as the regular US Army. Our aim is not to promote war or the conflict we display but show what it is realy like as an American soldier on the front line in one of the most dangerous place on earth Please note that we are currently building our web site which will be up and running very soon. we are totally non political and will not tolerate any behaviour that would offend any member of the public or any fellow re-enactor We would welcome new members and anyone willing to join us with Vehicles such as Hummers or Reo's.


WW2 British Airborne

152 Pembroke Road,
Seven Kings,
Ilford, Essex,
IG3 8PG,
UK

Tel: +44 (0)794 9475618

We are a new WW2 British Airborne Re-enactment Group that try and only use original equipment and uniform and we want new members so please visit our web site. Enlisting is free.


 

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