In about 1979 several Austin Healey enthusiasts got together to form the Austin Healey Club of Memphis. Before long, they realized the limitations of a club devoted to a single, relatively low production marque and made the decision to welcome all British marques into the fold...and changed the name to the British Sports Car Club in 1980.  The British Sports Car Club, LTD. thus was "born" in its present form as an organization devoted to the preservation, restoration and enjoyment of British cars. It was made "official" on August 6, 1982 by the filing of its Charter and Certificate of Organization with the Secretary of State. The BSCC is the local Memphis chapter of the North American MGB Register and the regional chapter of the North American MGA Register. Our archives pages give you a look at the variety of club events that have been enjoyed by our members over the years.

How to join...

Probably the best way, and the most fun, is to simply show up at one of our regularly scheduled monthly meetings. This gives you a chance meet a bunch of members, see a handful of really cool cars, and enjoy an informative and entertaining presentation. If you decide to join us on a permanent basis, membership applications will be available, or.. you can click here  to download a Membership Application (pdf format). If you prefer, we'll be happy to mail you a membership application - just email us your name and address. Annual dues are only $30.00 - including a personalized BSCC name badge for new members. You do not have to own a British car (running or otherwise) to be a member.

Our next events:

No events scheduled at this time

We are sorry to report that our annual car show, Memphis Euro Auto Fest, which was scheduled for October has been cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic which has hampered planning for the event and caused restrictions to be placed on large public gatherings. This, unfortunately, puts an end to a run of 36 consecutive years for this event. The initial British Car Fest was held in October, 1984, and the name later evolved into the Memphis British Car & Motorcycle Fest, which was changed again to the current name in 2007. Hopefully, life will return to normal soon and the show can resume in 2021.

What's new on this website:

Here's a list of recent additions to the website...

9/13/2020 - The Mid-September issue of Wyres and Tyres has been added to the 2020 Archives page.

9/10/2020 - This year's St. Louis All British Car & Motorcycle Show, which was scheduled for September 19th, has been cancelled.

8/31/2020 - The September issue of Wyres and Tyres has been added to the 2020 Archives page.

Recent events:

Explore the history of the BSCC! Our archives contain descriptions and photographs of our previous events and car shows - along with other information, such as past Board members, copies of newsletters through the years and images of our car show posters and dash plaques. You can also Click here to see photos from all of the 2019 events


Many more photos of previous events - and comments regarding those events - can be found on Facebook...


6/7 April Fool's Rallye

5/2 Youth Villages Parade

2/20 Taco Tuesday

6/20 April Fool's Rallye 5/20 Youth Villages Parade  2/20 Taco Tuesday

Have you paid your 2020 BSCC dues yet? You can mail $30 to:


British Sports Car Club, LTD

PO Box 38134

Germantown, TN 38183-0134


You may download a Membership Application to accompany your dues payment here so we may update any changes to your personal information

The BSCC is the local Memphis chapter of the North American MGB Register and the regional chapter of the North American MGA Register


This site last updated 9/19/2020

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