Antique Automobile Club Of America

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Antique Automobile Club Of America

The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) is a national organization for antique and vintage vehicle enthusiasts in the United States.

About the club

The club is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of all types of antique vehicle including cars and motorcycles, along with the promotion of historical knowledge and sportsmanship within competitive events.

The club was founded by 14 members in 1935, and was the first historical automobile organization in the United States. It has over 400 regional and specialist chapters throughout the U.S and the rest of the world, comprising tens of thousands of individual members.

Each of these chapters hosts its own social and automotive events, and represents the AACA in their local region.

Activities

The club hosts a range of national events throughout the year including competitive meets on a divisional basis, driving tours, social events, public shows and family activities. In addition each regional chapter has its own calendar of local events.

The AACA hosts its annual meeting in Philadelphia each February, which includes a wide range of car shows, competitions, historical and technical seminars and social events.

The club also publishes a bi-monthly magazine entitled ‘Antique Automobile’, which features articles, club news, meeting reports, information on regional chapters and a calendar of forthcoming events.

Regional chapters

Main article: List of Antique Automobile Club of America regional chapters

Key members

  • President - Joseph Gagliano
  • Executive Vice President - Herb Oakes
  • Secretary / Treasurer - Jack Armstrong

Interview with Steve Moskowitz

Main article: Interview with Steve Moskowitz (Antique Automobile Club of America)

Forthcoming events

None currently listed

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