Like many people, I first became a fan of the Corgi when I saw the classic Ealing Comedy 'The Titfield Thunderbolt'...
I chuckled jealously at the man from the ministry riding that funny but practical little bike through London and resigned myself to the fact that I'd probably never have one. I never even knew what it was until I saw the rusty one in the picture above at a show in 2009. I was hooked and set about hunting for one!
Having bought a non-running Mark II Corgi in 2010, I was dismayed to find that there was no readily available source of help out there to answer all those frustrating technical questions that plague any restoration.
That's why I decided to set up this club, to help other people with their restorations and to provide a place for all Corgi fans, whether they own one or not to get a little closer to these illustrious little machines.
So, browse our pages, submit your photos and hopefully share some knowledge with other Corgi Fans!
Club Founder and Webmaster