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Welcome to the Lotus Car Club of British Columbia Website


We are a group of over 100 Lotus enthusiasts based in BC’s Lower Mainland. Established in 1980, we are a non-profit society dedicated to preserving the rich history and traditions of Lotus. The LCCBC serves Lotus enthusiasts in Western Canada and the North Western United States by providing friendship, shared experiences, and support for car owners. While not all Club Members are owners of the marque, all enjoy a wide variety of models/years of Lotus cars. Monthly meetings are held at members' homes, at a pub/restaurant, and occasionally at local car-related venues. Some meetings now are online via ZOOM, so out-of-town members can attend. Our members participate in a variety of events with their cars both in Canada and the US, including car shows, tours, auto-crosses and track days. Events are coordinated with other car clubs when appropriate. The Club also has drives and social events throughout the year.

The LCCBC communicates weekly with Members by email about local, international and current news, as well as pictures and information about the Lotus company itself. Members share information about Lotus cars for sale, parts available, and knowledge in solving problems or modifying a Lotus. The Club produces a PDF Newsletter (“Cam Journal”) throughout the year, which is distributed by email. All Members receive other Clubs' newsletters when they arrive. The LCCBC has electronically archived copies of the Cam Journal since its inception in 1980 and they are available for reference by Club members.

In-person meetings are usually held on the first Wednesday of the month at 7:30 pm and last for 1~2 hours. These meetings are informal affairs with lots of time to tour the host's garage and to talk about the projects that people are working on. Online meetings, in place of in-person meetings, are held throughout the year. On occasional Saturday mornings, the Club also conducts “Lotus Cars & Coffee” Zoom chat sessions.

Members are not required to own a Lotus. If you are considering buying a Lotus, or in the process of rebuilding a Lotus, Club members can be an excellent resource for information, as well as providing support and encouragement with your project.

If you are interested in motoring fun and enjoy Lotus cars - whether you have one, want one, or just enjoy the brand - please contact us to find out when and where our next Club meeting or event takes place, so you can see first-hand what we’re all about!



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