Club News

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Steven Murphy of Chicago drove his beautiful and rare 1940 Buick convertible sedan on the entire East-to-West tour.

East and West Coast tours meet in Nebraska for Lincoln Highway’s 100th

To observe the centennial of the first transcontinental highway, the Lincoln Highway Association organized two week-long driving tours, one heading west from New York City and the other motoring east from San Francisco. The 130 cars, nearly evenly divided between westbound and eastbound, met in the middle in Kearney, Neb., during the noon hour...


‘Cars, Guitars and Stars’ to benefit Sandy victims

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Mike Hennessy, producer of Hot San Jose Nights Car Show and Car Guy Channel TV Show,  in conjunction with The San Jose Mercury News and the San Jose Rotary Disaster Relief committee have announced a benefit to help victims of Hurricane Sandy to be held on Sunday, Dec. 16, from...

Although the Vintage Automobile Museum of New Jersey still stands, the inside is devastated from mud and salt water damage following Hurricane Sandy. The building will have to be gutted and restored and the cars rebuilt or scrapped.

Superstorm Sandy: A Hurricane & the Hobby

After 12 long years, the Vintage Car Club of Ocean County finally fulfilled its dream of opening a car museum in Point Pleasant, N.J., on Sept. 15. Less than three weeks later, that dream washed out to sea, almost literally, when Hurricane Sandy came crashing into the United States’ East Coast on Oct. 29....


Model A 101: Car connects club and career center

KANEVILLE, Ill. – Fox Valley Region of the Model A Restorers Club, Geneva, got together with students of the Auto Tech class at the Fox Valley Career Center, Kaneland High School to introduce the Model A Ford. Automotive classes are available to Juniors and Seniors from five area high schools and are held daily...