Antique Automobile Club of America | AACA

Hershey, PA http://www.aaca.org/ 717-534-1910
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Address:
501 W. Governor Rd.
Hershey, PA 17033

Phone: 717-534-1910

Email: szimmerman@aaca.org

Website: http://www.aaca.org/

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 muscle cars 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 National 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 color magazine.

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.

SPEEDSTER is the Antique Automobile Club of America's monthly e-newsletter, containing updates from the club and library, member contributions and stories, antique auto trivia, meet & tour details, interesting industry articles and much more.

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Online registration for tours is not currently available.
Be sure to see the inserts in Antique Automobile magazine or contact the AACA National Office Headquarters.

AACA Sponsored Tours:

AACA Reliability Tour

The Reliability Tour is held during even-numbered years and is for brass era vehicles manufactured in 1915 and earlier. All AACA recognized vehicles of that vintage are permitted to take part. The Reliability Tour was designed many years ago to test the reliability of earlier vehicles.

AAA Glidden Tour

The AAA Glidden Tour is sponsored in alternating years by the AACA and the Veteran Motor Car Club of America (VMCCA) The AACA hosts this tour during odd-number years, and the VMCCA hosts it during even-numbered years. Vehicles manufactured in 1942 and earlier qualify to take part in this event.  This event is the most prestigious of all antique automobile tours in the nation. Originally held annually from 1904 until 1913, it has been recreated by a number of hosts in different parts of the country. The AAA Glidden Tour remains the largest and most traditional of our Tours.

AACA Founders Tour

The Founders Tour is sponsored annually for all vehicles, except race vehicles, manufactured from 1932 through a production year 25 years prior to the year of the tour. The Founders Tour was established to honor the founders of AACA, and was designed to permit the use of newer vehicles on an AACA Tour.

AACA Vintage Tour

The Vintage Tour is held during odd-numbered years and is for vehicles manufactured in 1931 or earlier. The Vintage Tour was designed to provide an additional touring opportunity for earlier vehicles.

AACA Sentimental Tour

The Sentimental Tour is a National Tour to supplement the already existing Reliability and Vintage Tours.  It will be sponsored during even numbered years and is for vehicles manufactured from 1928 through 1958, except for race vehicles.

AACA Divisional Tour

Each year, a Divisional Tour may be scheduled in each of our four geographical divisions, i.e. Eastern, Central, Southeastern and Western. These tours are of shorter duration than our traditional five-day tours. The hosting Region or Chapter is free to decide which vehicles are eligible to participate, so long as all vehicles are of production year 25 years prior to the year of the tour and are recognized AACA vehicles.

Join Or Renew Online Here!

Annual, Student and Junior Memberships in the AACA are open to all individuals who have a genuine interest in the antique automobile hobby. Ownership of an automobile is not a prerequisite of membership.

To apply or renew for a Club membership, join or renew online or complete the application form and mail or FAX it to the Club's National Headquarters in Hershey, PA.

Your issues of ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILE magazine will begin with your membership. It is suggested that you review the Regions & Chapters Listing for possible affiliation with the one that is closet to your residence.

Annual Membership

Annual Dues are $40.00 (includes spouse if applicable) - dues are bill annually - no pro-rating of dues.

Members receive bi-monthy issue of ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILE magazine.

Members are eligible to join an AACA region and/or chapter.

Members can exhibit vehicles & compete for national prizes and annual awards.

Members receive limited free research by the AACA Library & Research Center staff.

1/2 Year Membership (starts June 1st)

The 1/2 year membership is for FIRST TIME NEW members only.  The 1/2 year membership covers June 1st thru December.

1/2 Year dues are $20.00 (includes spouse if applicable).

1/2 Year members receive three bi-monthly issues of ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILE magazine: July/August, September/October and November/December.

1/2 Year members enjoy all the other privileges as the annual membership.

 

Life Membership

One time payment of $700.00 (includes spouse if applicable).

Life members enjoy the same privileges as the annual membership.

Student Membership

  • $12.00 per calendar year
  • Open to STUDENTS ages 13-25.
  • Verification of student enrollment is requested.
  • Enjoys same privileges as the annual membership.

Junior Membership

  • Any child up to 12 years old may join, whether or not parents are members of AACA.
  • Dues are $10.00 per Junior Member per year.
  • Junior members will receive one Membership Card, one Membership Badge, and a Newsletter four times a year, February, May, August, and November.
  • Special activities are encouraged for Juniors at National (and local) Meets. An educational program is planned to acquaint Juniors of AACA history, its structure and mission, and a general overview of vehicles and their workings, plus a basic understanding of the judging system, all at a level they should find interesting and entertaining.

As soon as your application form is received at National Headquarters, it will be reviewed and, if approved, a membership card for the current year will be mailed to you.

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