...has its rewards!

  1. Membership registration form – PAYPAL
  2. Membership registration form (2018) – OLD SCHOOL  (Note: This is a fillable PDF form.  If you cannot access the fields from your web viewer, download the file and open up in Acrobat Reader or other PDF viewers.)

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We are a few months away before we have this available.  Look for updates in the IBCC Newsletter.


What is a Blog?
blog /bläɡ/
noun = a regularly updated website or web page, typically one run by an individual or small group, that is written in an informal or conversational style.
verb = add new material to or regularly update a blog. “it’s about a week since I last blogged”
Or in our case, a way to keep you up to date on club activities and news about the website and all things IBCC.

About the IBCC

Welcome to the official website for the Idaho British Car Club, IBCC. The Club is based
in Boise, Idaho and has served as a British Car enthusiast support and social club since 1992.

IBCC is primarily dedicated to the preservation, restoration, maintenance and enjoyment of all British cars. This is done through sharing personal tips, tech talks by members and outside authorities, parts source information, parts swaps, and evaluation of local repair shops. A technical library is also maintained by the Club.

Membership is open and encouraged for anyone interested in any classical British motor car. It is the goal of the Club to keep its members informed of events and newsworthy information. The club publishes a monthly newsletter and is always looking for input from our members on newsletter items.

IBCC club members can participate in many driving events throughout the year, ranging from local drives, car shows, summer tours, and driving to national events. We drive our cars spring, summer and fall. During the winter months, we have other activities.

Periodically throughout the year, a club member will host a technical session. The Club also provides opportunities to socialize and swap tales through garage parties, social meetings and seasonal parties.

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