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AMOC is the largest and only official worldwide membership club for Aston Martin owners and enthusiasts boasting over 6,000 members in 50 countries.
You don’t have to own an Aston Martin to become a Member, everyone is welcome.
AMOC is exclusively endorsed by Aston Martin Lagonda and its aims are to promote the sport and pastime of motoring, develop interest in the Aston Martin car and encourage social interaction between members.
Each year the Club stages an exciting range of events connecting thousands of Members from all over the world in their joint passion for the power, beauty and soul of Aston Martin. Events include; prestigious Concours, official racing series and sprint and hill climb series, track days, UK, European and worldwide tours, trips to classic motoring events such as Classic Le Mans and Silverstone Classic, International Black Tie Dinners, other regional events and social gatherings as well as much more. The Club also produces two exclusive publications containing news and features about the Club and all things Aston Martin.
AMOC Membership runs from January 1st through December 31st.
Monthly and quarterly Club publications.
Eligibility to enter world-class Concours.
Exclusive International Dinners and Tours.
Official AMOC Racing Series.
Access AMOC worldwide advice and forum.
AMOC approved insurance scheme
Prestigious Club events and merchandise.
The Aston Martin Owners Club publications are produced by Club Members for Club Members. Like many other aspects of the Club we rely on volunteers to organise the production of each magazine. We also rely on Members contributing articles and photographs for publication, and are always pleased to hear from Members who would like to have their material published.
AM Quarterly takes pride of place and contains technical articles, historical items, factory news and reports of Club activity from around the world. The Quarterly is a full colour publication of, on average, 80 pages.
Each month (except January) we publish AM News in A5 format bringing the latest information on future Club activity, reviews of past events and news and views of interest to our Members. Our publication averages 64 pages illustrating just how active the Club is.
Every year, the Aston Martin Heritage Trust publishes "Aston". This concentrates on aspects of the history of the marque, drawing extensively from the historic documentary material which has been amassed by the Club over many years and which now forms the nucleus of the AMHT heritage collection.
The Register of Aston Martins is produced by the Aston Martin Heritage Trust for Members and is a comprehensive work of reference listing specifications of the cars and histories of individual cars where known. It includes factory and other racing cars, prototype cars, post-war Lagondas and a history of the Club. Now produced in separate volumes corresponding to the various eras, it will be available on demand. A future project is an 'on-line' Register.