Links to clubs across the country.
The Graham Owner's Club-International is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of all Graham built vehicles and to the bringing together, in good fellowship, all those who admire them. Established: 1971
American automobiles have got a long tradition in Switzerland. Up to the seventies, several US manufacturers, such as General Motors or Plymouth, run licences with Swiss enterprises where American cars were assembled for Swiss clients.
The Antique Automobile Club of America, founded in 1935, is the world's largest automotive historical society with over 60,000 members and 400 regional clubs worldwide. The AACA is dedicated to perpetuating the memories of early automobiles by encouraging their history, collection and use.
In October 1960, a dedicated group of antique automobile enthusiasts became the Greater New York Region of AACA. This group, from New York City and Long Island, felt the need of a region in the metro area because travelling to regions in Westchester County and New Jersey was become burdensome. Two years earlier the same group had been turned down by another national organization because of geographic reasons. With a lot of hard work, time and determination this group petitioned AACA for a charter. The year 2000, they celebrater their 40th anniversary as a region of AACA.
The Premier Brass-Era Touring Club
The Hupmobile Club was founded by the late Mr. Henry J. Miller in 1970 because he believed the Hupmobile was a great car and deserved a great club behind it. After overcoming several obstacles with the California State and United States Federal Government, the Hupmobile Club became incorporated as a non-profit corporation in Rosemead, California in December 1970.
The Lake Erie Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America was formed in November 1952. Rudy Ribbeck's Auto Service on Old Bailey Avenue at Seneca Street was used for meetings. During the summer of 1952, a group of old car lovers would go to parades, etc., and soon the required minimum of 15 members was achieved in order to petition the National AACA for a Region.
CCCA is dedicated to the collecting, preservation and enjoyment of the world's finest automobiles which were manufactured from 1925* through 1948.
The Steam Automobile Club of America is a Not For Profit Organization, founded in 1958, dedicated to the preservation of steam automobiles. We offer club members technical information and help. Many local chapters have shows were you can display your steam automobile, swap ideas, attend demonstrations, and meet others who share your interest in steam automobiles.
The purpose of the Vintage Motor Car Club of America is to encourage the acquisition, preservation, and restoration of antique and historically significant automobiles. The VMCCA is dedicated to promoting good fellowship and cooperation between its membership; to disseminating accurate historical and technical information; and to sponsoring tours, events, and exhibitions of antique and historically significant automobiles. On February 25, 2017 the membership of the VMCCA voted to change their name from the Veteran Motor Car Club of America to the Vintage Motor Car Club of America. This was done to reduce the confusion that many felt between our car club and military veteran’s organizations.