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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 motor bikes.
Post Office Box 27
Cocoa, Florida 32923
Cape Canaveral Region AACA is the oldest antique auto club in Brevard County. We have all makes of cars, as long as they are 25 years old or older. Our local dues are $20 annually and you must be a member of National AACA which has their own dues of $35 annually. We meet the first Wednesday of each month.
The Florida Region received its charter from the AACA in 1953. The Club draws members from the Greater Orlando area and several surrounding towns and cities. It’s an organization whose purpose is to perpetuate memories of the pioneer days of automobiling by encouraging the preservation and collection of Antique Automobiles. The Club offers the opportunity to make many new friends, discuss antique cars, trucks, motorcycles, scooters, any vehicle with an engine, ask experts about your automobile project and share experiences. However, antique vehicle ownership is not a membership requirement.
2101 NE 54th Court
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33308
The Fort Lauderdale Region has more than 171 members. We have a monthly meeting and events such as picnics, outings, tours and shows, to which you can drive your old car. We also have our monthly award-winning newsletter, The “Steering Wheel” informing you of upcoming events, and at least once a year we sponsor a car show.
Our Region was formed in 1975 in the Tampa area by a few Brandon residents, some of which are still members. We encourage family participation at meetings, outing and events, which usually occur once a month. All events are announced in our newsletter, “THE RADIATOR”, which is mailed to all members monthly. All car enthusiasts are welcomed, from “pre-war” Antique Autos to modern Muscle Cars, we invite you all to make our club more diverse and fun. You don’t have to be a car owner to join, car enthusiasts and vendors are welcomed as well.
Post Office Box 2616
Vero Beach, Florida 32961
The Indian River Region was established in 1976 by a small group of people who loved and enjoyed driving old vehicles. It has grown to over 160 members today who own cars, trucks and motorcycles dating from the early 1900’s up to 1983. The club meets monthly and also participates in at least one organized tour or event each month. We participate in numerous community and charitable events and new members and visitors are always welcome.
1962 Pennsylvania Avenue
Englewood, Florida 34224
Established in 1985, we host a car show and invitational art show, we also hold a annual Summer Picnic to collect non-perishable items for the local food bank. We use our proceeds from the car show to fund several local agencies in our area. Some of our past donations have gone to St. David’s food pantry, Helping Hands, Kids Needs, Meals on Wheels, Girl Scouts, Local Students and the Greyhound Rescue.
10631 Beverly Nalle
Jacksonville, Florida 32225
We are a regional group for the National AACA. We are interested in preserving and maintaining all cars, past, present and future. We get together to share the joy of keeping and maintaining these vehicles. Whether you own an antique or not-it doesn’t matter-just having an interest is all that is needed to join in the fun. Remember, ALL cars eventually become an antique!
10280 SW 47th Avenue
In 1974 a group of Model A Ford hobbyists decided to move beyond the small circle of Model A purists and form a club that includes all makes of antique automobiles. Over the years, classes have evolved, locations and presentations have changed but the focus still remains antique automobiles. Monthly activities include club meetings, tours and cruise nights.
8532 Native Dancer Road North
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33418
The club is a chapter of the AACA’s Palm Beach Region. All cars are welcome. The chapter was established to accomodate AACA members living in the Northeast area of Palm Beach County.
Want different, interesting and exciting, that’s us! Cars are our passion, but as a club we also enjoy each other at social events, with and without our classic cars. No Car? No Worries! You don’t even need a car to enjoy our club. Peace River members are into good cars as well as good causes. Our goal is to have fun while raising money for local charities. Our big fund raiser is our annual two day car show. Try us; you’ll like us! New members receive an engraved magnetic name tag.
8321 Kabardin Court
Trinity, Florida 34655
We are a 501c charitable organization and have monthly meetings. We have member events and do a annual car show Autos for Autism in downtown Tarpon Springs
We are a Sarasota Florida club of antique car enthusiasts who enjoy gathering, swapping stories, looking at classic cars and touring together. The Sunshine Region AACA, a local region of the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA), includes members from Sarasota, Manatee counties and surrounding areas. Our goal is to help preserve old cars and the hobby. Anyone interested in historic automobiles and related motor vehicles is welcome to join. You don’t have to own an antique car … just share in the passion for them. Annually, our club hosts a collector car meet, the largest show of its kind in Florida. The Devereaux-Kaiser Collector Car Meet is held on the last Sunday of January each year.
Post Office Box 5837
Titusville, Florida 32783
Old cars are not only pieces of history and gentle reminders of days gone by, but are fun to drive around. They also provide others a glimpse into the past and a chance to share in our enjoyment of the cars. The Space Coast Region AACA Car Club encourages our members to drive our cars and enjoy fun activities and car shows.
1506 SE Baya Drive
Lake City, Florida 32025
The Suwannee River Region AACA is a small but very active club in Lake City. We host a monthly cruise in, and have been hosting an annual show for the past eighteen years.
169 Mulberry Circle
Crawfordville, Florida 32327
The Tallahassee Region AACA is a region of the national club, the Antique Automobile Club of America. The TRAACA was established in 1970. Activities include regular meetings, judged shows, displays, local tours, cruises and rallies and sponsorship and participation in regional and national antique auto related events.
Post Office Box 1064
Venice, Florida 34284
1323 Cameroon Court
The Villages, Florida 32162
The Villages Region was formed in November 2010 and was fastest growing region in the world for 2011. We meet the second Monday of the month. We do monthly tours as part of our program. Our newsletter “Voyager” is a unique digital, bi-monthly publication unlike any other in AACA. We show every month in the Villages Cruise-in and present awards for outstanding vehicles on display both in and out of club.
235 Greenwood Avenue
Ormond Beach, Florida 32174
The Volusia Region AACA is a group of enthusiasts with a wide variety of special interest cars and trucks. Because we’re in the Daytona Beach area, for years, we’ve used on our club shirts the image of the “Bluebird” streamlined race car driven by Sir Malcolm Campbell in 1935 to a world record average speed of 276.71 mph for his two-way run on the sands of Daytona Beach. We go on tours to interesting venues in Florida and Georgia, sometimes with other clubs. We also display our vehicles at locations to cheer up residents such as Veterans nursing homes. We put on two shows per year, a springtime event in late April in the City of Lake Helen in the western part of Volusia County near DeLand, and a Thanksgiving weekend show with our well known Gaslight Parade in the eastern part of Volusia County in the City of Ormond Beach. We welcome all car and truck enthusiasts as new members of the Volusia Region AACA.