Antique Automobile Club of America

America’s premier resource for the collectible vehicle community!

Since its inception, there has been something about the sight, sound, and feel of the automobile that stirs the imagination and the desire to experience the freedom of the open road. Whether it’s the clatter of the single cylinder brass era car or the heavy thumping of big block Detroit musclecars that fuels the addiction, we are all kindred spirits. Vintage cars, trucks, buses, and motorcycles are our bond.

Since 1935, AACA has had one goal: The preservation and enjoyment of automotive history of all types. From Nationals (Meets) and Tours to Regional events, AACA is here to bring enthusiasts together through exciting National activities, friendship, and Antique Automobile… an award-winning 100-page full colour magazine.

We’re glad you found us. Stay and “nose” around our website and forums. We have something for everyone. You don’t have to own a vehicle or know how to turn a wrench. You can be involved at any level you wish. Whether it’s joining our judging teams, doing research in our vast library, or taking the family through the excitement of a National Meet or Tour, the possibilities are endless.

So, spend time with us and others sharing your passion. Join up. It’s less than the price of a tank of gas and lasts all year. Then check out our Regions and Chapters to find one near you. Get behind the wheel of AACA. We know you’re going to love the ride.

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Antique automobile Club of America

“I started as a child” quoted famed automotive enthusiast Dennis Gage a few years ago, when describing how his life as a certified “car nut” began.

We all had a beginning, and if you asked each of the world’s old car lovers (millions of them) how they started, the answers would be similar in many ways.  There is something about old cars that captures us and holds us firmly in their grip throughout life.  Our enthusiasm ebbs and flows and is dependent on spare time, spare cash, work, other interests, and other distractions.  Throughout all of it, clubs exist for us to join so we can share our common interests with others.  They were all created from the same seeds – people sharing a common love affair with the automobile and other forms of vintage transport.

AACA Member Benefits

  • FREE bi-monthly magazine
  • FREE monthly online e-newsletter – “Speedster
  • Access to Nationals Meets and Tours
  • Limited free research at the AACA Library