Antique and Classic Car Club of Canada. We welcome all cars 20 years of age and older. We meet monthly and have activities all year. Our Mission The purpose of the club is to further the interest in and the knowledge of antique and classic vehicles and associated materials, and to encourage the ownership, restoration, and preservation of such vehicles and associated materials by club members. Ownership of an antique or classic vehicle is not a prerequisite for membership within the Antique and Classic Car Club of Canada. Club Profile The Antique and Classic Car Club of Canada began in 1956 when the group was know as the Ontario Region of The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA). The ACCCC name was adopted in 1958 and the club was incorporated on May 15th, 1963. Annual events include the National Picnic and Concours d'Elegance in June, a week-long Tour to Yesteryear in July, and the Annual General Meeting in October. the club has organized many concours and special judging events. Regions organize events such as picnics, day and weekend tours, cruises, and winter indoor gatherings. The Reflector, the official publication of ACCCC is published four times a year and is available to club members only. A membership roster, updated every few years, is distributed to club members also. Membership dues are $45.00 per annum, which includes both regional and national dues. National membership is a requisite for Regional membership. No regional chapters nearby? You can always form your own! Membership in ACCCC provides many benefits not available to small clubs and each chapter has a say in the operation of the national organization. The ACCCC is a member of the Specialty Vehicle Association of Ontario (SVAO).



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Niagara Falls, Ontario