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AACA Web Sites

AACA

http://www.aaca.org/

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This is the main web site for the AACA. Here you will find everything you need to know about the Antique Automobile Club of America. Some of the topics you will find here are:

  • Meets-Meet registration, Application to Host, Judging Guidelines and Results of recent National AACA Meets

  • Tours-Tour Registration and Application to Host

  • Calendar-National AACA Shows and Tours as well as many of its Region and Chapter shows

  • Publications-Here you can found many of the AACA's official documents like the Rummage Box, Editor's Manual, Policy and Procedure Manual and Judging Manual. There is also information about the Antique Automobile, the national AACA magazine, and national awards.

  • Merchandise Catalog

  • About-Roster of National Directors and Officers with emails, Membership Information, Past Presidents, Speaker's Bureau, list of Founding members and general information about the AACA.

  • Forums-Another area of the AACA web site that is very popular is the Discussion Forum area. Besides its own 4 forums, the AACA also hosts discussion forums for many other clubs.

AACA Library and Research Center

http://www.aacalibrary.org/

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The AACA Library and Research Center (LRC) houses one of the largest collections of Automotive literature including sales brochures, manuals, photographs, advertising materials and periodicals - all relating to the history of the automobile. From the November 1895 issue of the Horseless Age to the latest issue of Automotive News, and the latest product brochures, the LRC strives to bring people and automotive history together.The groundbreaking for the Library was May 12, 1985.On their web site you will find:

  • Books Reviews for all ages of car readers

  • Library News and Events and progress on current renovation projects

  • Card catalog, which is currently being made put on-line

  • Supporters of the LRC and Endowment Fund and the current needs of the Library

  • Request Form for research.

AACA Museum

http://www.aacamuseum.org/

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The Antique Auto Museum at Hershey is dedicated to the celebration, preservation, education, and display of the American Motor Vehicle history that provides value for our members, hobbyists, and the public. The museum broke ground in October 2002.On their web page, you will find information about:

  • Exhibitions past, current and upcoming and the permanent collection

  • Calendar of Events

  • Educational Programs being Offered by the Museum

Be sure to visit their on-line store full of all sorts of car related items and gifts.

AACA Junior Web Site

http://local.aaca.org/junior/
Web Mechanic: Judy Edwards
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Region Mailbox:

brassnickel@gmail.com

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