Club News

What are car clubs doing to grow the hobby? Read on to see what’s happening in a car club near you!

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‘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....

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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...

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Sweet scenes from Fall Hershey

There was plenty to see — and swap — at festive Hershey 2012 By Angelo Van Bogart The Antique Automobile Club of America’s (AACA) annual Eastern Division National Fall Meet in Hershey, Pa. (a.k.a. Hershey) contains the largest flea market known to man, and one of the most prestigious show fields along the East...

Jack Buck of Greenville, Pa., brought his custom-built “El Poncho,” a 1960 Pontiac converted into an El Camino-style pickup.

1,100 people, 901 Ponchos at 40th POCI show

Activity in the Pontiac Oakland Club International has been up and down over the past 40 years, but the end of the club’s fourth decade brought back a pattern of growth following the demise of the Pontiac brand. That was quite evident at the recent POCI meet. Check out the highlights.

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Flint gears up for Back to the Bricks

Thousands of classic cars are already cruising the streets of downtown Flint, Mich., this week as Back to the Bricks week gets under way. More than 500,000 people expected for the eighth annual event, which already boasts 50,000 cars registered this year. Activities for the Aug. 14-18 “street party” include a car corral, swap...