ANYONE using or restoring a 1922 to 1939 Austin 7 is well catered for, the Austin 7 Clubs’ Association co-ordinating the activities of the Austin 7 OC (London)-two groups, the Bristol Austin 7 Club, the Pre-War Austin 7 Club-six groups, the 750 M(two groups, three centres, the Southend Austin 7 Club, the Vintage Austin Register, the S. Wales Austin 7 Club, the Van Register, the Sports Register and the Swallow Register, the lust four being associates. It has introduced a printed quarterly “Magazine of the Austin Seven”, got up to look like a pre-war Austin 7 instruction book or spares list, which is sent free of charge to members of these clubs, and announces Welsh, Staunton Hall, Beaulieu, Doddingtori, Longleat and Stamford Hall rallies from June to September. The magazine has the support of such advertisers as Castrol, Esso, STP, etc. on which one hopes all Austin 7s are run) and the first issue contains a description of a remarkable six-wheeled Austin 7, racing pictures, a reproduction of a 1929 Austin advertising poster, hints on making a 1929-32 radiator cap, etc. The Secretary is John Ward, North House, Ousterne Lane, Fillongley, Warwicks.