The Lost Garage Cafe is part of a project to promote the preservation and enjoyment of historic vehicles.
Historic vehicles are, quite rightly, recognised as an important part of our industrial and cultural heritage. Interest is being kept alive by vehicle owners, clubs, museums and the visitors who attend the many events held throughout the year.
We are interested in all types of heritage vehicles and machinery and hope that you can join our online community of enthusiasts where you can chat, share information, invite your friends, join groups (or maybe start your own) and generally hang out.
We mainly cater to the heritage vehicle movement and are focussed on improving the online visibility of everyone with an interest in older vehicles and machinery. Check out our other projects below...
We set up AutoBookMobile a few years ago to track all the new book, magazine and DVD releases but also to create a record of older publications and where to buy them.
Cake Stand Online celebrates anniversaries and birthdays within the heritage vehicle industry; particulary clubs, events, marques and companies. There is also a section to display cakes enjoyed by clubs during their celebrations.
The Concours Project provides a showcase for all types of heritage transport and machinery. We hope to create an extensive database of vehicles by year, marque and model.
The goal of Flivver Online is to help anyone involved in the heritage vehicle movement to get online quickly by offering free and low-cost websites.
The Lost Garage is a hand-edited directory of local clubs and societies, places to visit and events. You can also find a range of suppliers dedicated to the heritage vehicle movement.
The Lost Garage Gazette is an online newspaper and newsletter which aggregates stories from around the internet about heritage vehicles (plus some newer stuff).