MAFVA

Miniature Armoured Fighting Vehicle Association

 

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Officers

See Home Page for the printable membership form.

 

This has all the current rates and contact details.

 

 

If you wish to stand for any of the Officer posts being elected at the next AGM, see here for details about applying.

 

 

 

Please note the new gmail addresses for MAFVA officers!  The old mafva.net ones still work (for now).

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Us 

Paul Middleton

Honorary President

President.mafva@gmail.com

Paul Gandy

Chairman

Chairman.mafva@gmail.com 

Annabel Eagle

Secretary

Secretary.mafva@gmail.com 

Neil Wharton

Membership Secretary

  Membership.mafva@gmail.com 

Chris Lloyd-Staples

Information Officer

ResearchInfo.mafva@gmail.com 

 Rod Woodhouse

Treasurer

Treasurer.mafva@gmail.com 

Paul Middleton

Liaison Officer

Liaison.mafva@gmail.com

Tom Cole

Tankette Editor

Editor.mafva@gmail.com

Mike Hector

FaceBook Officer

FB.mafva@gmail.com

Tom Cromwell

Website Editor

Webmaster.mafva@gmail.com

John Rulton

Tankette Distributor

Distributor.mafva@gmail.com

Bill Postman

US Payments

US.mafva@gmail.com 

Robert Lockie

Visits Officer

Visits.mafva@gmail.com 

John Paulding

Publicity

natscomp.mafva@gmail.com 

 

Would you Like to join MAFVA?

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Roll of Honour

 

 

 

Chairmafmobile

 

the Chairmafmobile: VW half Bus, half FV

Rumour has it that this is going to be bought as the official transport for the chairman of the club.   It will be his constitutional duty to drive this to all shows at which MAVFA is represented.  He will be financially responsible for shipping it to the UK and its subsequent upkeep.

Members will recognise the chassis and tracks under the VW as those of  a 1945 Studebaker Weasel. Originally built to do battle in squelchy places in WWII, this seems exactly the vehicle to give the Chairman the style and dignity required of his august position, while also equipping him for the uncertain years ahead.  Currently for sale at a car dealer in California, it is claimed that its 70-horsepower, 196-cubic-inch, L-head inline six can can power the Chairmafmobile to a top speed of 35 MPH, more than enough for the M25.