Joining the 289 Register

Membership Secretary Stuart Clarke

What is The 289 Register all about?

The 289 Register is for people who own, or are interested in, any Ace or Cobra 289 model including FIA, Le Mans, Daytona, 'Slab Side' and Street 289. This club really is powered by enthusiasts and with an annual subscription fee of just 35 provides incredible value.


This site provides general information for visitors plus a Gallery of Cobra and classic car related pictures. A Forum is available for Members and guests to ask questions, seek advice or provide updates on what is going on in the Cobra world. As a Member you have access to a restricted area of the site which has a more information about club members, their cars and the technical articles, please see the additional Members area options on the left.

If you are considering building a 289 this is the club to join. To join the Register please do so online here: Sign Up!

Alternatively, you can complete the Membership Application Form, details of where to send applications are contained on the form. You can pay your subscription by cheque, direct bank transfer, annual standing order or PayPal.

What are the benefits of being a Member of The 289 Register?

         Quarterly Newsletter

         Access to invaluable technical information about building and maintaining your Ace or 289

         Access to all previous Newsletters

         Reduced price ticket offers for the Silverstone Classic and other events

         Events organized specifically for Members

         Contact with other 289 owners who will be able to assist or commiserate with you

         Access to preferred hotel booking

         Classic Car Insurance discounts

         Access to Membership Database

Having joined the Register we would welcome your contributions to the Newsletter with technical articles, travel anecdotes or Cobra experiences..


Register Officials

Please see the 'Club Committee' link on the left-hand menu for contact details of club officials

Disclaimer: Opinions expressed in this website are not necessarily those of the Editor or other club officials. Neither The Register nor its officers accept responsibility or liability for the result of following contributor's advice.