For over 40 years the the Aston Martin Owners Club of North America East has served as a US/Canadian affiliate of the The Aston Martin Owners Club in England. The AMOC is a club for enthusiasts and owners of Aston Martin cars from the earliest pre-war models, through the David Brown era, to the very latest models produced today. We welcome all Aston Martin owners and enthusiasts in the Eastern half of North America to join us.
We are part of a a global organization with members in the UK, Europe, Asia, Australia, Central and South America and in North America. There are over 5000 members of the AMOC spread over 60 countries.
Members of the Aston Martin Owners Club of North America are some of the nicest, most welcoming and well-informed people that you will meet. They enjoy lively socializing, driving, preparing and showing, racing and discussing their own cars as well as the many other Aston Martin models that have been created in the firm’s 100-year history.
Membership in the Aston Martin Owners Club affords access to exclusive events, club publications, knowledgeable owner resources and technical information and special promotions for AMOC members. Visit The Vantage Point section of this site to see examples of our North America publication. See below for more information on membership benefits.
The Aston Martin Owners Club in North America East is segmented geographically by areas. Each has an Area Representative that organizes events at the local level. These range from a get together at a local restaurant, a tour through a beautiful area of the country, a driving day at a road course or a weekend getaway. No matter what activity it is, we encourage our members to use and enjoyof their Astons.
As you look through our website please contact us if you have questions. We welcome all Aston Martin enthusiasts and hope to see you out at our events as a member of the Aston Martin Owners Club.
Each new member receives a welcome pack from the AMOC in the UK that includes a copy of the AM Quarterly and AM News, as well as an AMOC leather key fob, a club lapel badge and a plastic windscreen badge.
In addition to our biannual publication The Vantage Point, the AMOC in the UK produces the AM Quarterly which reports on the Club's activities from around the world, technical articles, historical items and factory news. Each month (except January) the AMOC in the UK publishes AM News with the latest information on Club activities, reviews of past events and news of interest to enthusiasts. The Register (a global reference book listing specifications, histories etc.) is published every four years.
Website and Forum
In addition to this website the AMOC in the UK runs www.amoc.org. In addition to the public areas of the website, AMOC members have access to members only Forums - Model Information, Bits and Pieces, Technical Forums and Idling, our virtual clubhouse. There is also an AMOC Online Shop and Spares Register.
AMOC NA East creates an active annual calendar of events. These include local gatherings by our excellent Area Representatives. We also have our Palm Beach event in conjunction with Classic Sports Sunday in January, our Lime Rock weekend in June and our Holiday Luncheon in New York City in December.
In addition our members have the opportunity to participate in events ranging from local gatherings to full scale Concours and race meetings in the UK as well as social events and continental tours. Many USA Members have made lasting friendships within AMOC while travelling abroad.
Apart from the publications and the opportunity to participate in events, the Club offers technical advice and maintains records for the benefit of those wishing to check the history of particular cars.
Aston Martin Heritage Trust
The Aston Martin Heritage Trust was founded by the Club in 1998 to provide a permanent home for its extensive (and growing) archive, collections of vehicles and memorabilia, thereby to provide inspiration and education to all in every aspect of Aston Martin heritage. Membership of the Aston Martin Owners Club includes membership of the Trust but a Trust membership is also available separately.
The Club and the Trust share a joint headquarters in a beautiful 15th century, restored barn, located at Drayton St Leonard in Oxfordshire, England. The Barn houses the museum and the archive, and is home to our small administrative team. Members may visit the museum at the barn by prior arrangement.