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Interesting Links to
Clubs and Museums...
The Antique Automobile Club of America recognizes all self propelled vehicles that are 25 or more years old. International in scope, it is the largest old car club in the USA.
Texas Region AACA, Serving the Dallas-Fort Worth Area
Central Texas Region, AACA
Ark-La-Tex Antique & Classic Vehicle Museum
Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival
August 29 - September 2, 2002
Discover Labor Day Weekend excitement as Auburn Indiana celebrates its Automotive Heritage with the annual reunion of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Club.
Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum
The Art Car Park Museum
The Buick Club
The home for Buick enthusiasts of all eras.
The Cadillac LaSalle Club
Welcomes cars from these General Motors flagship marques.
Central Texas Region, AACA
Looking for a great group of old car nuts in Central Texas? You've found it here.
The Classic Car Club of America
Recognizes specific cars built between 1925 and 1948
Hosting the pages of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Club
Crosley Club See our vast archives of the historic, innovative Crosley cars
and other products designed and built by the Crosley Corporation and Crosley Motors Incorporated
Derby Bentley Society
The Derby Bentley Society, an affiliate of the Rolls-Royce Owners' Club, came into being through the enthusiastic efforts of a group of RROC members who either own or highly appreciate the Derby Bentley marque
Dodge Brothers Club
The Official Web Site of the Dodge
The Ghost Club International
(In French) Dedicated to the preservation and collection of Rolls-Royce Ghost Motorcars
Gilmore Classic Car Club of America Museum
The Gilmore Car Museum welcomes you to enjoy a unique experience among automobile museums in the United States. We hope the information you will find will illustrate the scope of the vehicles, automobilia, antique buildings and pristine rural countryside that await the visitor to this special museum.
CCCA "Grand Experience" information:
Hemmings Motor News Car Club Central
A huge directory and search engine for collector car clubs worldwide
The Horseless Carriage Club of America
founded in 1938, HCCA recognizes "Brass Era" vehicles through 1915
The Horseless Carriage Foundation
The Horseless Carriage Foundation, Inc. (HCFI) was established in 1985 to make automobile research and restoration information readily available to hobbyists, restorers, and scholars worldwide.
Hope for the helplessly addicted.
Light Steam Power
Early in the 20th. Century, steam was a legitimate power source for the automobile. Information about early steam vehicles from around the world is available through this site from the Untied Kingdom.
My Classic Car
A commercial site about the TNN TV show "My Classic Car"
The North Texas Region, CCCA
The local region of the Classic Car Club of America
The Packard Club
The Packard Club offers information and camaraderie for those who are interested in this famous auto maker. CCCA recognizes most, but not all, Packards manufactured between 1925 and 1947 as potential Full Classics�.
The Packard Motor Car Foundation
The Packard Motor Car Foundation is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to the preservation of the products, history, and properties of The Packard Motor Car Company. The Foundation's activities, to support our goals, include fundraising, affiliations with museums, clubs, and programs of education, which will place us in a position to seek out, identify and participate in the preservation of the Packard legacy.
The Pate Museum of Transportation
The Pierce-Arrow Society
Dedicated to America's finest built motor car.
The Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club
Exists for the enjoyment of owners of Rolls-Royce and Bentley cars and non-owners who have a genuine interest and enthusiasm for the marque. We
work to preserve the heritage of Sir Henry Royce, his distinguished colleagues and successors, who created the best car in the world and to restore maintain and use our cars - all models from 1904 (1933 for Bentleys) to the production of cars of the day, with special emphasis on the special needs of the
The Rolls-Royce Owners Club
Honors both Rolls-Royce and Bentley automobiles.
The Antique Studebaker Club, Inc.
Studebakers area very important part of American automotive history.
Texas Region, AACA
The Veteran Motor Car Club of America
One of the oldest antique car clubs in America. Known as "The Touring Club," It recognizes all vehicles 25 years old or older.
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