March 2016 - Volume 88
In This Issue...
Last Chance to Take the Annual Meeting Survey
We're Looking for a Few Good Speakers
AACA Region/Chapter Tool Box Now Available
My Survivor Story: 1942 Harley Davidson XA
Steve Rossi's Old Car Quiz
Auburn Meet: Limited Number of Concert Tickets Remaining
Paramount's Mobile Sound Recording Studio
Don't Miss This Year's Grand National
Limited Registrations Remaining for Sentimental Tour
The Elegance at Hershey to be Held June 10-12
AACA Members Want to Come Visit Your Neck of the Woods
Join Our Mailing List!
Quick Links
By Stacy Zimmerman, Speedster editor,
The 2016 meet and tour season is officially underway - yay!! Over the next four months, we will have 5 National meets including Auburn and the Grand National in Williamsport, PA, as well as 3 tours. Now, that's what I call a full calendar! And, we love it!!
It's time to finish up those winter projects and restorations, ready those beautiful cars for judging and map out your plans for attending several AACA events this year. Don't forget to make your hotel reservations and email or call all of your car buddies so you can plan to meet up with them.
Each meet and tour is our chance to show off this great hobby to the world. Each event is our best opportunity to introduce AACA to our local communities and potential new members. Meets and tours are very visual activities - it's really hard to miss several hundred antique cars driving on an interstate or through a town! Let's use these events to maximize AACA's exposure and ensure a positive future for this hobby... 








Last Chance to Take the Annual Meeting Survey!

If you attended the Annual Meeting this year, we need your feedback, opinions and comments about the event. This is your last chance to take the Annual Meeting survey. 

The survey will close on April 8th.
If you would prefer to print a copy of the survey and mail it back to us, click here to download a PDF.
Thank you in advance for taking the time to complete this survey. Your valuable feedback will help us continue to improve your experience at future Annual Meetings. 

We're Looking for a Few Good Speakers & Ideas

Have you ever thought about speaking or putting on a seminar at the Annual Meeting? Well, now's your chance! We are looking for unique, new, different seminars to add to the schedule for 2017. If you would like to be a possible speaker, please fill out this form and send it in no later than June 1st.
Have an idea for a hands-on workshop? What topics would you like to hear a panel of experts discuss? This is YOUR Annual Meeting and we want to know what you want to learn about. Please email Stacy with your seminar ideas and/or speakers (membership, leadership, chapters/regions, marketing, cars, technical, fun, historical, ladies-focused, etc.).

AACA Region/Chapter Tool Box Now Available
By AACA National Directors Team

We recognize that one of the most important things to the longevity of the Antique Automobile Club of America - both regionally and nationally - is the continuous growth of membership.
To gain membership, we have to build awareness of who we are, what we do and why we do it. This Tool Box is designed to help you do just that!
National headquarters has many resources to help you promote your club and activities that we want to be sure you're aware of. Additionally, our National Directors are always ready and willing to help with any questions or needs you may have.
We hope that this resource will serve as a foundation to help guide you along the way and will spark other ideas.
Included in this packet, you will also find a contact list of National Directors and AACA Staff and the roles they currently serve. Please note that there are specific Directors in the roles of Public Relations, Region/Chapter Website Development and Membership who are all excellent resources for helping promote your club!
If you have questions, ideas or recommendations of specific things that would help you most in these efforts, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We'd love to hear from you!

Member Submitted Story

My Survivor Story: 1942 Harley Davidson XA
By Bud Sargent, Antelope Valley Region, Lancaster, CA,

I wanted to share my "Survivor" story with you...
At one of our monthly car club meetings last year, I had a conversation with two new members and learned that they had inherited an old Harley Davidson from the father of the wife.
The lady said she "would like to find someone interested in buying it as they needed space in the barn." Needless to say, I was at their house early the next morning eager to see what this old motorcycle looked like after 50 years of storage. As you can see from the pictures, 50 years of dust had not been disturbed.
Upon examination, and some research on the web, I discovered this to be a 1942 Harley Davidson model XA. This designation stands for "Experimental Army," a contract of 1,000 motorcycles to be evaluated for use in the deserts. The contract specified, "Horizontal, opposed cylinders, for better cooling, and a shaft drive."
After concluding a satisfactory deal to both parties, I proceeded to load the motorcycle on my trailer. The lady then told me I had to take the rest of the motorcycles as well. To my amazement, there were two more 42 HD XA motorcycles in the barn. These had been disassembled, but appear to be somewhat complete.
Needless to say, I am still in shock and am in a quandary as to what to do with these historical machines. I guess I better get to work.

Trivia Question
As World War I loomed, which automotive supplier took it upon itself to further the cause of homeland air response to the provincial government's lack of commitment to create a formidable Air Force?

or scroll all the way to the end of the
Speedster to find the answer.

April Edition of The Judge Now Available

The newest edition of The Judge newsletter has just been published. It can currently be viewed online here and should show up in all AACA judges' mailboxes shortly.
Judge registration forms for the Grand National in Williamsport, the Central Spring Meet in N. Mankato and the Southeastern Fall Meet in New Bern are included in this edition. Judges can also register for meets by logging into the members' area of the AACA website. 

2016 AACA National Meets & Tours Activity Request Card

A 2016 Activity Request Card was included with your March/April issue of Antique Automobile magazine. If you are interested in attending or would like more information about any of the meets and tours listed on the card, please fill it out and send it to: AACA Activity Request, 501 W. Governor Road, Hershey, PA 17033. Make sure to include your name, address and membership number on the card.
Online registration is now open for the following:  Special Meet (Indiana), Eastern Spring Meet (New Jersey), Grand National (Pennsylvania), Central Spring Meet (Minnesota) and Southeastern Fall Meet (North Carolina). To register online, click here and log in with your member number and pin.
Please remember that your 2016 membership dues MUST BE PAID in order to receive information for 2016 events.

Come See Charlotte in the Springtime
Southeastern Spring Meet
April 7-10, 2016
Charlotte, NC

The Hornets Nest Region extends a cordial welcome to all fellow AACA members planning to attend the Southeastern Division National Spring Meet. April is a great time of year to visit Charlotte and we are especially pleased to once again be hosting the Spring Meet. The AACA Meet is being held during the Hornets Nest Region's Charlotte AutoFair (produced each April & September) at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Free tickets to Charlotte AutoFair will be provided to each AACA owner registering a vehicle and to each registered AACA Judge. 

Come enjoy the Charlotte AutoFair, the Race Car Condition Run on the Fifth Mile Track, Judging School, Membership Roundtable, Youth Program, Car Show, Awards Presentation and a fabulous picnic to wrap up the meet.
HURRY! Deadline Fast  Approaching for Auburn!
Limited Number of Concert Tickets Remaining 
AACA Special Meet
May 5-7, 2016
Auburn, IN
Registration Deadline: April 13, 2016

The AACA is pleased to host a weekend that has just about everything for car guys and gals! This is one meet that is sure to fill your appetite for the hobby. First of all, we will be on the grounds at Auburn Auction Park where Auctions America will be conducting their Spring Sale. You will be their guest for FREE! The facility is huge and all of our activities will be onsite. Our goal was to make this event affordable and low stress. With everything on the Auctions America grounds and their generous providing of the space for free we are able to pass the savings on to you! 

We have arranged special discounts for all AACA members at several prestigious and interesting automotive/truck/military museums in the area. There is easily enough to see over multiple days. In order to receive your AACA discount you must present your AACA membership card at the ticket counter. 

Friday evening on the grounds of Auction Park there will be a FREE concert by a well-known Blues Brothers tribute band. The two-hour concert will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will delight everyone with great music and maybe a surprise or two on stage! Open bar at the event courtesy of Auctions America! This is going to be a fun filled night and a lot of entertainment all at no charge to registered AACA members (judges, car show participants and their families) and VIP Auction America guests. You MUST send an email to Pat Buckley ( to RSVP for the concert - please note how many people will be attending with you.

And one last item... Many of you have asked for less formal awards dinners and shorter evenings. At Auctions America Park, we will conclude the meet with a late afternoon BBQ. This promises to be a little out of the ordinary BBQ as you will have the opportunity to chow down on BBQ that is made by a national competitor and award winning one at that! Everything is homemade. The menu includes Texas style beef brisket, ribs, pork chops, pulled pork and chicken for meats. Sides will be potato salad, green beans, baked beans, roasted red potatoes and pasta salad! Whew! Drinks and desserts as well! We don't think you will go away hungry and the price is affordable! The awards will be presented right after dessert!

FREE Auction Passes & FREE Trailer Parking at Auburn
Countdown Underway to Auburn Spring
We're excited to once again hold our Special National Spring Meet during Auctions America's Auburn Spring Collector Car Weekend, May 5 - 7, at Indiana's historic Auburn Auction Park. As in years past, the Auctions America event will offer something for enthusiasts of all stripes, with approximately 500 American muscle cars, classics, exotic sports cars and hot rods, along with a selection of automobilia, expected to cross the block. In addition to the auction action, Auburn Spring will also feature an onsite swap meet, car corral and the all-new 'Retro Swap', providing a complete hobby weekend. Additional attractions include meet and greet opportunities with Wayne Carini of Velocity's hit TV show, Chasing Classic Cars, an automotive midway featuring additional vendors, clubs and displays all dedicated to celebrating the hobby, as well as 'Cars and Coffee' on the Saturday morning. For more information, call 877-906-2437 or visit
Interested in consigning? It's not too late! Entries are currently being accepted for Auburn Spring. For more information, please visit
NEW FOR 2016... The AACA and Auctions America are pleased to announce a unique partnership offering 25 percent off the posted seller's commission, and 50 percent off posted marketing fees for all AACA members consigning Automobilia. For further information, please contact Kurt Forry at or 717-623-1638.

From the AACA Library & Research Center

Images from the Library - Paramount's Mobile Sound Recording Studio
By Matthew Hocker, Assistant Librarian,

This issue's image is just in time for the successful funding of our Kinograph digital film scanner project. (Thank you to everyone who donated!) It comes from the October 1929 issue of Autobody magazine and shows Paramount Pictures' mobile sound recording studio. This was a one-of-a-kind vehicle, complete with a custom body designed and built in-house by Paramount Pictures and then mounted on a White 53 bus chassis. It was constructed by Paramount so that sound recording could be completed for movies filmed away from the studio. When fully equipped, the truck weighed more than 20,000 lbs. 10 storage batteries accounted for 2,500 lbs of this figure.  

Discover More: Interested in learning more about your favorite vehicle? If so, be sure to visit the library or give us a call. You never know what you might find!

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More information is available on our website.  Visit AACA Library   or  contact our head librarian, 
Chris Ritter, at  or 717-534-2082.

South Jersey Region Celebrates 50th Anniversary in May
Eastern Spring Meet
May 19-21, 2016
Vineland, NJ
Registration Deadline: April 19, 2016

The South Jersey Region, host of the 2016 Eastern Division National Spring Meet, invites you to participate in "Celebrating 2016 - Our 50th Anniversary." The location is at the beautiful New Jersey Motorsports Park, located in Millville, NJ. These grounds will accommodate the show field, flea market, car corral, motor home parking, trailer parking and spectator parking. There will also be an opportunity to drive the track with your antique car. All our venues are close to the Hampton Inn, our host hotel. 

On Thursday and Friday, you will have the opportunity to visit one of the following nearby attractions: Wheaton Village, Millville Army Air Field Museum, Matchbox Museum or Bellview Winery.
Don't Miss This Year's Grand National!
Annual Grand National
June 2-4, 2016
Williamsport, PA
Registration Deadline: May 1, 2016

The Susquehannock Region AACA and the Penn College Classic Cruisers are excited to be hosting this year's Grand National in Williamsport on the Pennsylvania College of Technology campus. In addition to all of the regular meet activities like the car corral, flea market and car show, you can look forward to enjoying a social hour, wine tasting dinner, picnic & sunset river cruise, seminars, workshops, lectures, tours, an evening picnic, ice cream social and Keynote Speaker Lyn St. James (seven-time Indy 500 competitor and one of Sports Illustrated's "Top 100 Female Athletes of the Century").

Additional information:
  • Registration packets will be available at Dauphin Hall on the Penn College campus:
Thursday, June 2 - 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday, June 3 - 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, June 4 - at the show field
  • The packets will include event tickets as well as a map of the college.
  • There will be plenty of signs to mark the different events. There will be people available to answer questions and help with directions.
  • Enter the college campus by way of the main entrance off of Maynard Street.
  • ALL club members are welcome to register for the event and participate in the various scheduled activities. Members don't have to register a car in order to register for event activities.

Limited Registrations Remaining for Sentimental Tour
Sentimental Tour
June 12-17, 2016
Salisbury, NC
Registration: Only 45 spots left! Get your paperwork in IMMEDIATELY!

Come join us as we tour the historic countryside of Salisbury and Rowan County in North Carolina. Tour destinations include:
  • Historic Salisbury Train Depot
  • Dennis Carpenter Museum
  • The Depot at Gibson Mill
  • Queens Landing
  • Lake Norman
  • North Carolina Transportation Museum
  • Gold Hill Historic Village
  • Morgan Ridge Vineyard
  • Salisbury Old Town
  • And more!
The Elegance at Hershey to be Held June 10-12
A Weekend of Cars & Causes at The Hotel Hershey

The Elegance at Hershey is a celebration of a bygone era when the automobile stirred our imaginations and quickened our hearts. Today, people both young and old marvel at the extravagances of the automobiles of the past. From race cars to street cars that were not only about pure performance but also incorporated artistic design, a symphony of sound and sensory overload worthy of the finest wines. Cars were not just transportation; they were a statement. The Elegance at Hershey brings the finest of race cars and show quality classic cars of the pre-World War II and immediate post-World War II period together for a weekend celebrating the automobile.
The Elegance at Hershey is so much more than a celebration, it is also about our causes. Raising funds for charity is the raison d'etre for this event. The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum and the AACA Library & Research Center are the beneficiaries.
Festivities commence on Friday, June 10, with The Grand Ascent, a vintage hill climb exhibition in the European tradition, where drivers pilot some of the finest historic race cars up the famed back road at The Hotel Hershey. The Grand Ascent appeals to enthusiasts and curious spectators alike. Sanctioned by the Vintage Sports Car Club of America (VSCCA), the two-day hill climb event includes a sponsor/vendor area for marketing to participants and the general public.
There will be an encore presentation of the Concorso Bizarro, a car show of "unusual" and just plain weird cars and other surprises that are sure to make the weekend even more spectacular. This will be held on Saturday, June 11, at a venue close to The Grand Ascent activities. We plan to double the field from last year, plus we are adding car club and marque club participation designed to increase the enjoyment of both the participants and spectators. 
We are excited to announce a new event for this year's Elegance at Hershey. The Finest Automobile Auctions is our newly named title sponsor. They will conduct an auction of a select group of prestigious classic automobiles sourced from around the country and the globe. This auction will be conducted on Saturday. 

Please visit our website ( ) and/or The Finest Automobile Auctions' website ( ) for the latest information regarding this outstanding event.
Following the events of Saturday, there will be a gala themed nighttime party and fun-filled celebration for the benefit of the charities. Our weekend reaches its crescendo on Sunday, June 12, with the highlight of the proceedings, The Elegance. Modeled after the finest concours in Europe and America, The Elegance is a genteel garden party featuring seventy of the world's finest classic cars strategically placed around the classically manicured gardens of The Hotel Hershey. Car owners, hotel guests and those who appreciate automotive history gather for a day of mutual admiration and relaxed camaraderie. Sprinkled among the fabulous and famous cars will be tents filled with art and other treasures. 
Come join us for this truly fantastic weekend!
Images used are by Mark Usciak, Jeffrey Ahearn and Jim Butler. 

Check Out These Upcoming AACA National Meets & Tours
Attention Regions & Chapters: 
AACA Members Want to Come Visit Your Neck of the Woods
By Marty Roth, National Director & VP Event Planning - Meets & Tours Development

Our AACA National tours, meets and divisional events are pleasant and fun-filled times to drive, visit exciting new locations, share our vehicles with each other and grow our clubs by building interest with the public. Many of you have previously hosted an event, and can easily do it again. Many more of us have yet to show what a great area you have.
Our membership wants to visit you and share in a good time by attending a tour or meet, all while increasing your area's tax revenue and helping your club add to its treasury.
As part of National Activity & Events Planning, we are in the process of establishing an inventory of Regions/Chapters which would be willing to host a National meet or tour. There are annual meet dates in each AACA Division available, along with various tour opportunities across the country. We do our best to keep a list of these potential meets and tours reaching out 4 to 5 years. Help is available for meet registration and judging responsibilities.
I bet you have held several one-day tours locally for your Region/Chapter. Why not string several of them together to host a Founders, Glidden, Sentimental, Vintage, Reliability or Divisional Tour?
Meet and tour guidelines are listed in the AACA Policy and Procedure Manual (check out section 4 for tours and 5 for meets).
We are looking for new places to hold these events. Our members enjoy seeing other parts of the country and many attend these AACA events as a family vacation destination. We know that hosting an event has found us new members and brought Regions closer together. Often, two or more Regions and Chapters can work together, sharing the effort and building cooperation.
As evidenced last year by a relatively new and very small club in Louisiana's Cajun Country, even the smallest of clubs can grow membership, host the nation's vintage car enthusiasts, share local culture, build statewide cooperation, increase treasury funds and ultimately make substantial local and national charitable donations.
We want to hear from you today - please don't put it off. Talk it up with your members now! Thank you in advance.
We hope your Region or Chapter will be willing to host an event soon. Please contact me at  or 504-452-1955.

CLICK HERE to order your ticket & thank you for supporting AACA!
AACA Custom Car Signs Available

Do you have an AACA approved car sign for your car? AACA members can have these custom signs created to showcase all of their car's great features or to share the history and story of their car. The signs stand 16.5" high and 12" wide and are made of a hard plastic to withstand the elements. All signs include the AACA logo and website, as well as the year/make/model of your car and owner information. The rest of the content is up to you. The signs cost $30 plus shipping and production takes about 3 weeks. You can also add an image or photo to your sign for an extra $5.
Click here for complete instructions on ordering your sign. Contact Stacy at AACA Headquarters if you would like to have a sign made or need more information: 
or 717-534-1910.

New AACA Military Sponsorship Program
By Bob Parrish, 2016 National AACA President

This is a new AACA membership program and I would like you to get to know it and utilize it. The "AACA Military Sponsorship Program" will introduce retired military members to America's premier collector car organization, AACA. This program offers a current year complimentary membership (a $35.00 value) to first-time members only. These memberships will enjoy the same club benefits as all of our members. For this special program, retired military is defined as someone who has had a career in military service and receives a military pension or someone who retired with a disability from the military. What a patriotic way to expand their hobby interest and show our gratitude for their service protecting our country.
Military personnel have often lived all over the world and once they retire are ready to settle down - maybe pursue a hobby. Perhaps antique cars is something they have always had an interest in and we can be the ones to make that introduction.
This program will be promoted on the AACA Region/Chapter level and an attempt will be made to match these new members with the local Regions/Chapters where they reside. Regions and Chapters will be encouraged to invite these new members to a meeting or activity and also consider giving these new members a current year complimentary membership to their respective Region/Chapter.
The different military services have Retiree Services Offices throughout the country to provide assistance to and connect with military retirees in their respective locales. These individual Retiree Services Offices plan various retiree activities, which usually include an annual Retiree Appreciation Day. The Retiree Appreciation Day is an event that may have guest speakers, luncheons, seminars, etc. designed to keep retirees informed about services for them. This would be a good venue to promote this program.
Applications will be available from AACA National Headquarters and can be downloaded from the AACA website by clicking here. Startup funding will be provided by AACA. Corporations, Regions/Chapters and individual contributions are welcome.
The number of memberships are limited by the funding available. Applications should be mailed to, and questions regarding this program can be directed to:
Holly Forester LTC (ret.)
1225 Smokey Mountain Trail
Chesapeake, Virginia  23320

News From the AACA Museum

What's New at Your Museum?

Exclusive Travel Experiences with the AACA Museum
Fall Travel to Cuba & Italy Booking Now!
We've got another exciting trip to Cuba planned for October 14-22, 2016 - This trip has SOLD OUT three times now, so we're going for four! Don't delay - accommodations sell out quickly as Cuba becomes a more popular destination. Click here for the Cuba tour details.
New to our travel line-up is a an Italian tour that includes visits to 5 private automobile collections including lunch at Nicola Bulgari's private collection, several automotive museums, along with lots of tempting tastes of the country - homemade Gnocchi, gelato tasting experience, wineries and much more! Click here for the Italy tour details.

AACA Museum Current Exhibits:

These Exhibits are ending soon . . . catch them now before they're gone!

AACA Museum Upcoming Events:

The show will be held on the beautiful grounds of the AACA Museum. In past years, when this was the Cool Cars for Cats and Canines Show, there were over 180 cars and a record attendance of hundreds of people participating. We want to thank Betsy & Tom Clark for starting such a fabulous exotic and sports car show and leaving a great legacy. While the AACA Museum is now taking over this show, we hope to continue this tradition and are inviting participation from car owners all over the mid-Atlantic region - Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey, New York and even more states!

April 24, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Calling all collectors! This is the perfect event to beef up, or begin, your toy collection while also enjoying our Museum's variety of real-size vehicles on display! With over 80 tables filled with toys, you are sure to find the perfect one for any youngster or for someone who is a kid at heart. Special admission for the day is $7 per person, 3 and younger are FREE. This event is sponsored by Diecast Toy Exchange.

Save the date!

May 20
Be among the first to see our newest summer exhibit: Early Off-Roaders along with our Mods vs. Rockers exhibit that began mid-March. Normal admission is $20.00 per person to attend, but AACA Members can attend for just $10 each. Call us directly at 717-566-7100 ext. 100 for this special pricing. You must have your AACA Membership dues paid for 2016 to be eligible.     
June 18   

July 22
Our newest signature event transporting you back to the 1920s! Live entertainment, specialty drinks, fabulous food & more! Themed dress is encouraged.

Visit the Museum's website at for all the details!  

Keep up to Speed  with information on additional exhibits and  events 
specifically at the AACA Museum - register today !    

REMINDER: The AACA Museum is open late, the first Thursday of each month until 9:00 p.m.
AACA Library eBay Store: New Items!

New ebay logo Looking for the perfect gift for your favorite motor head? The AACA Library's eBay store offers a wide variety to choose from: over 2,000 reproduction factory photographs of historic cars, books, and sales literature. We will also be holding our monthly eBay auction, with over 50 unique listings! 

The auctions will end between 
Sunday, April 3rd and Tuesday, April 5th.

*Reproduction Factory Photos:
- Racing
- And much more!

Check back often, as we will continue to add new items throughout the year! 

For more information, contact our Assistant Librarian,  Matthew Hocker, 
or 717-534-2082.

The Entire AACA Family is on Facebook!


The entire AACA Family is on Facebook. Make sure to like all of our pages to stay up-to-date on everything going on with the Club, Library and Museum. Did you know that AACA also has a Facebook Group you can join to discuss cars and hobby hot topics? Request to join the group by clicking here.


Click the logos below to go to our Facebook pages.



AACA Calendar Spotlight
Desk Calendar

April 7-10, 2016
Southeastern Spring Meet - Charlotte, NC
May 5-7, 2016
AACA Special Meet - Auburn, IN
May 19-21, 2016
Eastern Spring Meet - Vineland, NJ
June 3-4, 2016
Annual Grand National - Williamsport, PA
June 12-17, 2016
Sentimental Tour - Salisbury, NC
July 14-16, 2016
Central Spring Meet - North Mankato, MN
July 17-21, 2016
Founders Tour - Huntingdon, PA
July 31 - August 3, 2016
Eastern Divisional Tour - Richmond, VA
August 11-13, 2016
Southeastern Fall Meet - New Bern, NC
September 1-3, 2016
Western Fall Meet - Cheyenne, WY
September 11-16, 2016
Revival AAA Glidden TourĀ® (VMCCA) - North Conway, NH
October 5-8, 2016
Eastern Fall Meet - Hershey, PA
October 20-22, 2016
Central Fall Meet - Galveston, TX
November 5-11, 2016
Reliability Tour - Savannah, GA

Visit the  calendar on our website  for a complete listing of AACA national events and much more!

Who Do You Contact at AACA Headquarters for What?

Have you ever wondered who to contact for what when you call or email AACA Headquarters? Here is a list of the current staff and their responsibilities. By clicking on someone's name below, you can email them directly.


Executive Director

Steve Moskowitz


Membership & Merchandise

Karen White


Regions & Judging

Lynn Gawel


Accounting, IT & Website

Pat Buckley


Advertising & Public Relations

Speedster Editor

Stacy Zimmerman

Office Administration

Ann Kulp

Kathy Skiles

Rick Gawel


Antique Automobile Magazine Editor

West Peterson


Library, Research & Cataloging

Chris Ritter

Matthew Hocker

Michael Reilly


Naturally, many of the staff have the capability of answering questions in each other's area as we try to cross train as much as possible. Please don't hesitate to contact us anytime for assistance.


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Among other Prizes, Michelin sponsored its own Air Target Competition to help develop and train pilots by testing them to see who could drop the largest number of projectiles in a 66-foot circle.  
The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, is the country's premier resource for the collectible vehicle community. Since its formation in 1935, the Club, through its national office, publications, and membership, aids individuals, museums, libraries, historians and collectors dedicated to the enjoyment and preservation of automotive history.