The Jowett Car Clubs
Click on the link to see a report on the proceedings.
There are five car clubs around the world that cater for those interested in Jowetts. This website provides a means for bringing those people, and the knowledge they have, together. Some of the links in the left panel take you to webpages about the Jowett Car Club Limited based in the United Kingdom, but catering for all regions. Some links in the right panel are under construction. They provide a growing list of interactive services.
The oldest one-make car club.
An advert appeared in the Bradford Telegraph and Argus on 12 May 1922 causing the formation of the Southern Jowett Car Club, from whence the present club can trace its ancestry. The Southern Jowett Car Club held its first rally on 26 August 1923.
The car in the logo from a period photograph taken in 1923 on the Scottish Tests rally is a 1923 Short Two that is still alive and well. Click on the logo to see a high definition image.
A re-enactment of the first Southern club run took place from Titsey Hill on Sunday 25th August 2013. See here for details, and see here for the re-enactment of the Northern Club run from Bradford Industrial Museum to Boroughbridge on 11th August 2013 .
About 90 Jowetts of all ages were together at the Milestones Museum, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK on 25th and 26th May 2013. See this thread on JowettTalk for details.
Classic Car of the Year 2013
Paul Wilks' Javelin , the Yellow Peril, was on the podium at the NEC!
Keith Clements, the Competition Secretary of the Jowett Car Club, receiving his award at the NEC Hilton.
Classic Car of the Year, 2012Alan Bartlett's 1934 Long Four wins 'Classic Car of the Year 2012 in association with Lancaster' . Click the link to read his story in JowettTalk.
Club of the MonthPractical Classics Club of the Month November 2012. Why?
12 Capital Baltic tourFollow the 60th anniversary tour of 13 countries and visiting 12 capitals here.
In aid of Cancer Charities, click here to give.
Watch the promotional video here.
Classic Car of the Year, 2010An SC Jowett Jupiter was the 2010 Classic Car of the Year!
Our MissionTo celebrate classic British cars made in Bradford from 1906 to 1954 namely- Jupiter, Javelin, Bradford, Jason, Black Prince, Curlew, Kestrel, Weasel, Flying Fox, Falcon, Long Four, Focus, Blackbird, Kingfisher, Black Prince, Wren, Grey Knight, Silverdale, Chummy, 7cwt Van, Short Two.
To encourage the maintenance, running and preservation of Jowett vehicles; whether car, commercial, vintage, pre-war, post-war, tractor or stationary engine.
To provide members with help, technical back-up, spares and companionship.
ProfileFormed in 1923, the Jowett Car Club claims to be the oldest one-make car club in the world. The club has used computers since 1974 and its old website remains here. A forum is accessible to those interested in the Jowett marque and an interactive library is available to club members. Please register on them.
Locally run sections in the UK organise friendly social events.
The annual meeting in May brings hundreds of members and their cars together.
Members provide voluntary services that cater for Jowett owners and those interested in the cars and their history.
An insurance scheme is offered with unrivalled benefits by
Affiliated clubs thrive in Europe, Spain, America, Australia and New Zealand. Members contribute from many other countries. There is a website devoted to the Jowett Jupiter with some Jupiter Owners Auto Club content.Compact disk with images of the booklet of the 1926 Across Africa journey available from the Jowett Shop.
Visit Wikipedia for a brief history of Jowett cars.
Try CarAndClassic Europe's largest and busiest classic car site.
Some officers can be contacted via the requests page.
You can register on JowettTalk and send emails or private messages to any registered users as well as posting messages for all to see.
Please pin yourself on one of the guest maps and see in which section you may be, if your geography is any good. If you live in the UK, please use this map otherwise use the world map. Note you must select one of the pins! Please leave your email address.
Then look at the section web page for contact details and forthcoming events where you can meet some members.