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AACA

America’s Car Club

Enthusiasts • Hobbyists • Collectors

AACA is “America’s Car Club” paving the way in our hobby, celebrating all marques 25 years and older and bringing like-minded car enthusiasts together for a fun and exciting club experience. 

Our well-planned events, seminars, active forums, and unrivaled award-winning print publication complemented by our digital Newsletter Speedster, solidify our position as a leader in the hobby. With over 350 active Regions and Chapters nationwide plus the world’s largest Automotive Archive Library it’s no wonder We’re #1.

Join today and gain access to some of the most knowledgeable, active, and dedicated automotive enthusiasts on the planet.

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Cars are EVERYTHING!​

AACA celebrates ANY car that is more than 25 years old.

  • Love muscle cars? We do, too.
  • Obsessed with ‘60’s, ‘70’s, ‘80’s, ‘90’s? So are we.
  • Taken with early iron? We have them but need you.

Join AACA — our knowledgeable, friendly, supportive community is waiting to welcome you.

America’s Automotive Library

The AACA Library & Research Center is one-of-a-kind collection featuring over 3 million technical and historical archived articles, as well as literature, books, journals, artwork, auto manuals and ephemera, periodicals, advertising literature, technical bulletins, photographs, historic license plates, and even cars.  Our vast collection of multimedia items includes DVDs, marque films, training film strips, 16mm films, and more.  We also have a growing collection of interactive 3D models showcasing how various cars and their components work.

This unparalleled automotive library is open free to the public for individual research.

Welcome car lovers!

Participation Encouraged

Join AACA today, and put your insatiable love of cars into action with our full slate of AACA member benefits:

  1. Extensive Automotive Library
  2. National Tours All Over the Country
  3. Award-Winning Magazine (Distributed Bi-Monthly)
  4. Forums Covering Thousands of Topics
  5. Local Regions and Chapters
  6. Calendar Filled with Conventions, Shows & Events
  7. Monthly Newsletter — The Speedster
  8. AACA Judging & Guidelines

3 Ways to Experience AACA

AACA In Person

Join us for a Tour and exercise your car! We plan the entire itinerary for you — scenic stops, hotel accommodations, meals, receptions, and more.

AACA Online

We have 120 forum discussion threads so you can buy, sell, chat, connect, and learn from fellow car enthusiasts from around the world.

AACA at Home

There’s nothing better than joining one of our Local Regions and Chapters and finding your people. After all, car people are the BEST people!

Join AACA TODAY!

Learn more about our 4 great AACA Membership options:

The AACA Forums are packed with incredible info. From restoration projects to technical issue conversations to buy/sell opportunities, our Forums are open to you.

Join the conversation today.

We’ll leave the engine running for you…

Find a Local Chapter

Find the closest AACA Region/Chapter near you with our listing of chapters.
Hop in the car…We’re probably right around the corner!

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Happy Father's Day from the Antique Automobile Car Club of America! Give Dad the gift of a journey through automotive history with an AACA membership for just $45 a year. Celebrate his special day by joining today at aaca.org! 🚗👨‍👧‍👦

Happy Father`s Day from the Antique Automobile Car Club of America! Give Dad the gift of a journey through automotive history with an AACA membership for just $45 a year. Celebrate his special day by joining today at aaca.org! 🚗👨‍👧‍👦

The combination of an antique Dodge truck and the US flag is truly iconic, evoking a sense of patriotism, nostalgia, and pride in American heritage. Flag Day serves as a poignant reminder to honor the symbol of the American flag and reflect on the principles it represents—freedom, unity, and the enduring spirit of the nation. Pairing the flag with a classic Dodge truck adds an extra layer of Americana. #FlagDay

The combination of an antique Dodge truck and the US flag is truly iconic, evoking a sense of patriotism, nostalgia, and pride in American heritage. Flag Day serves as a poignant reminder to honor the symbol of the American flag and reflect on the principles it represents—freedom, unity, and the enduring spirit of the nation. Pairing the flag with a classic Dodge truck adds an extra layer of Americana. #FlagDay

A rare roofline: the strikingly styled reverse angle rear window was intended to increase rear headroom while simultaneously keeping the window clear of rain and snow. Mercury called there's the "Breezeway" on the Turnpike Cruisier since it retracted down. The Ford Anglia and Citroen Ami also utilized a similarly styled rear backlight.  Does your vehicle have an interesting roofline? Let's have a look.

A rare roofline: the strikingly styled reverse angle rear window was intended to increase rear headroom while simultaneously keeping the window clear of rain and snow. Mercury called there`s the "Breezeway" on the Turnpike Cruisier since it retracted down. The Ford Anglia and Citroen Ami also utilized a similarly styled rear backlight. Does your vehicle have an interesting roofline? Let`s have a look.

Cadillac's introduction of the V-8 engine in 1915 marked a significant milestone in automotive history. While Cadillac wasn't the inventor of the V-8 configuration, it was the first to achieve sustained volume production with this engine design. The original 1915 "L-head" V-8 engine produced 70 horsepower from a displacement of 5.1 liters, setting a new standard for power and performance in the automotive industry at the time.

Cadillac`s introduction of the V-8 engine in 1915 marked a significant milestone in automotive history. While Cadillac wasn`t the inventor of the V-8 configuration, it was the first to achieve sustained volume production with this engine design. The original 1915 "L-head" V-8 engine produced 70 horsepower from a displacement of 5.1 liters, setting a new standard for power and performance in the automotive industry at the time.