About AMOC Membership

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Overseas membership in AMOC includes membership in AMOC Section West.  The club has headquarters in the UK and maintains over six thousand memberships around the world.

The purpose of the club is to create opportunities for Aston Martin Owners to socialize and enjoy their cars continue their interest in the Aston Martin marque.

A few dedicated volunteers operate AMOC Section West.  Members organize events including monthly gatherings at local restaurants, show and shine events, driving tours to scenic, historic locations, or regional points of interest, along with larger multiple day group events.

Members may also receive curated invitations to take part in non-competitive track days at regional race tracks, charity fund-raising events, and casual weekend driving getaways are also a part of the fun.

AMOC Section West membership includes the UK publications Aston Martin Quarterly and AM News.  Each publication offers reports on club activities around the world, technical and historical features contributed by members.  The Register of Member Cars is no longer available for worldwide privacy issues.

Members also gain access to member only forums on the AMOC.org website, with additional model information, ‘Bits and Pieces,’ technical forums, and ‘Idling,’ a virtual clubhouse. There is also an AMOC online shop, cars listed for sale, and spare parts register.


Within a few weeks a becoming a New Member, the official Welcome Pack will arrive with past issues of AMOC publications,  AMOC key fob, club lapel badge, and a windscreen badge.

AMOC members going abroad can also take part in events ranging from local functions to full scale race meetings.  AMOC International also arrange social events and continental tours, with other activities in between.  Many North American members have established lifelong friendships with AMOC members while traveling overseas.


Sections operate in most European countries with each arranging their own events and functions similar to Section West. The AMOC has active sections in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and throughout Asia. 


Your membership in the AMOC also supports The Aston Martin Heritage Trust (AMHT). Founded in 1998, the AMHT provides a permanent home for archives, collections of vehicles, data on individual cars, and both club and Aston Martin memorabilia. The goal of the AMHT is to provide inspiration and education in every aspect of Aston Martin heritage.  A separate membership in the AMHT is available.


The Club and the Trust share headquarters in a restored 600-year-old barn in Drayton St Leonard in Oxfordshire, England.  The Barn is home to AMOC archives and a modest administrative organization.  Visits to the museum at The Barn are available by appointment.