The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) is our country’s oldest and largest automotive historical society. Founded in Philadelphia in 1935, its membership has grown to over 60,000 members from all parts of the world. The AACA holds nationwide competitive and non-competitive meets and events.
The AACA and its members own many thousands of historic automobiles, rare collections of literature, films, photographs and other material pertinent to automotive history.
Motor vehicles of all types, 25 years and older, are grouped for competitive purposes into many classes according to age and mechanical features. To view the AACA's Official Judging Guidelines, please visit: http://www.aaca.org/publications/manuals/judges/default.aspx
The Mid-South Region chapter of the AACA was founded in 1966 and continues to be the largest antique automobile club in the area. Current membership is 85 members who own a large variety of vintage vehicles including cars, trucks, and specialty types. We meet on the third Tuesday of each month at various regional restaurants for a combined business and dinner meeting, usually with a program pertaining to the old car hobby or automotive history. Additionally, the Club sponsors numerous activities during the year such as weekend driving tours, picnics and car meets.
Owning an antique vehicle is not required for membership, just a sincere interest in the preservation of the old car hobby and conservation of automotive history. Senior members are ready and willing to share their talents and knowledge with new and younger members.
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