The club held its first car show in 1985 and has conducted an event each year since then. The club was formed in 1983 and operated independently until 1988 when the Ancient City Auto Club received accreditation and became the Ancient City Region of the Antique Auto Club of America. Membership in the Ancient City Region automatically gains inclusion into the national Antique Automobile Club of America located in Hershey, Pennsylvania. The purpose of the club is to promote the acquisition, restoration, preservation, use and study of all types of motor vehicles including motorcycles and trucks. Any vehicle 25 years old is eligible to participate in AACA functions. The Ancient City Auto Club meets the first Thursday of every month. If you are interested in learning more about the club phone Joe Greeves at 904-347-4602.
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Wanted to get some info on the Nov. 13 , 2021 show at the Classic Car Museum to share with our Florida members in National El Camino Owners Assoc. To attend this show with a vehicle , are you required to be a member of the either the national or state antique car club ? Thank you , Lenny Carey
Anyone may display a vehicle at the show, provided they pay the registration fee. Membership in the AACA or any other club is not required.
Thank you Daly . We are getting a group of Camios to attend what we keep hearing is a fabulous event . Anyone interested is welcome to check us out at http://www.elcamninocentral.com in the Region 6 , Florida forums . Looking forward to the drive up from the Fl. Keys .