This is your chance
to have your say. If you want to continue to build and drive
modified cars, visit this link http://www.dft.gov.uk/classic-mot/background/
and add your comment in the cars and vans section to those
already there, the more people to comment, the greater the
impact. If the 8 point rule becomes history, there is virtually
no way forward for us. Remember, together we’ll stand,
divided we’ll fall
Welcome to the
National Association of Street Clubs
It's almost forty years since the NASC began campaigning to unite the interests of all Rod and Custom enthusiasts throughout the UK and, that's still our main aim.
But this campaign is getting ever more challenging
and has genuinely never been quite so important; changes to the
legislation with regard to the registration and use of modified
and one-off vehicles have already happened and other major changes
are continually being considered. The NASC has already joined forces
with the NSRA, other interested parties and the hard-working staff
of the Association of Car Enthusiasts (ACE), to provide a collective
voice to the legislators on behalf of all automotive clubs and enthusiasts.
RH go the extra mile for Younger Drivers
The NASC - originally founded in 1974 by a dedicated band of enthusiasts
- was then an umbrella organisation for the rapidly growing number
of Street Rod clubs. Although expansion was truly rapid in the early
years, that expansion has now slowed, but the association is still
It encompasses the Street Rod, Custom, American and even Drag Racing
fraternities; their membership happening as they all grew and realised
the potential of being part of a larger organisation.
As the only association within the sport to cater for such a wide
variety of enthusiasts the NASC is here to stay, so whether you
are an established enthusiast or a complete newcomer, you will be
made most welcome when joining the NASC or attending one of our
So if like the existing members of the NASC, you value your freedom
to build and drive such vehicles, it would make sense for you to
join the association and add to its strength in numbers.
Remember - United we'll stand, divided we'll fall.
We are sad to announce the passing of two well known hot rodders, Roger Butterworth and Mel Mcclaine.
Roger Butterworth was a true gentleman, always made time to have a chat and was very popular . He attended the shows in Snow White, his 57 Chevrolet before he sold it. He was a well known figure in the drag racing scene.
Mel Mcclaine (Aunty Mel) was the former NASC Street Times Editor and was a truly committed Mopar owner, her Prozac was being prepared for the 2015 show season. Her love for people and her animals was second to none.
Mel will be remembered for her 'no retreat, no surrender' attitude to life.
They are both very sadly missed and we are sure they will still be doing their two bob cup challenge up in hot rod heaven.
We wish to send our thoughts and condolences to both their families and friends.