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In 2015 we celebrate 60 years since the introduction of the KR200 with some early and rare cars attending. Our rally is a 4-day event based at Wicksteed Park, Barton Road, Kettering, NN15 6NJ on 16th, 17th, 18th & 19th July 2015. Don’t worry if you cannot attend for all the 4 rally days, there is something to do and a lot to see on each day. You can also extend your stay before or after the rally and organisers are on site from 15th to 20th July.
All facilities including camping, the social evenings, and dinner on Saturday 18th will be within the grounds of Wicksteed park see http://www.wicksteedpark.co.uk/. It is also possible to stay on site in one of Wicksteed’s luxury timber lodges: http://wicksteedpark.org/stay-with-us/
This year's rally programme features scenic guided drives on pleasant country roads to three major places of interest - come along with us!
Existing members are reminded that their annual membership subscription falls due for payment on 1 January 2015. A renewal slip is included in the January/February 2015 edition of Kabinews and is for use by those of you who wish to pay by credit/debit card or Sterling cheque.
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Welcome to the rebuilt MOC website. The Messerschmitt Owners’ Club has an unbroken history stretching back to 1956 in the days when our members were able to buy new Messerschmitts and use them as daily transport. Formed largely for social purposes around regular meets and a magazine the club’s ethos gradually changed after the cars went out of production in 1964 and spare parts supply started to become a problem.
In 2005 the MOC became a limited company. MOC Ltd is a company whose liabilities are limited by guarantee. The club currently has five directors, but there is no limit on this number. The club has to hold an Annual General Meeting at which all full members will be able to vote on who the directors are to be in future.