Links to clubs across the country.
A group interested in keeping government informed on the hobby of antique automobiles (formerly NAAACC).
1000 Islands Cruise In
Gananoque area club.
National Touring Club, heading 14 regions covering Ontario.
The Hawkesbury Auto Club is a gathering of vehicle enthusiasts. These vehicles distinguish themselves by their unique character.
The Motorsport Club of Ottawa (MCO) is a non-profit group founded in 1949. MCO, one of the founding members of the Canadian Automobile Sports Clubs (CASC), is affiliated with the national motorsport organizing body - Automobile Sportif Nationale (ASN) Canada FIA Inc. - through the Ontario Region (CASC-OR).
Rouge Valley is one of 14 regions that form the Antique and Classic Car Club of Canada. Rouge Valley Region was started in 1989, to share our interest and knowledge of old cars and trucks. We encourage the ownership, restoration and preservation of all manufacturer's vehicles. The members are interested in a wide variety of vehicles dating from the early 1900s to the early 1980s.
The Upper Canada Region - Antique And Classic Car Club of Canada endorses the restoration and preservation of various examples of the older automobiles and trucks, and associated memorabilia.
Newfoundland and Labrador
In 1980, a small group of antique car lovers decided it was time to form a club. On October 1, 1980 they held a meeting at the Lester Hotel in St. John's. With approximately 18-20 people in attendance, and Newfoundland's first antique car club, the Newfoundland Antique & Classic Car Club, was formed. It has been nearly 40 years since that first meeting and the Club is still going strong with many of its original members still active participants.