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The Antique and Classic Car Club of Canada (A.C.C.C.C.) began in 1956 as the Ontario Region of The Antique Automobile Club of America. The A.C.C.C.C. name was adopted in 1958, and the Club was incorporated on May 15, 1963. The Club's purpose is to further the interest in and the knowledge of historic, antique and classic vehicles 20 years and older and associated materials. We enthusiastically encourage the ownership, restoration, and preservation of these vehicles. Ownership of an antique or classic vehicle is not necessary for membership.
The A.C.C.C.C. is organized as 13 regional clubs located throughout Ontario operating under the stewardship of a national executive and board of directors. National and Regional events take place throughout the year. The former include the Concours d'Elegance, the National Picnic, the Tour to YesterYear (a week-long tour in July) and an Annual General Meeting in the Fall. National also publishes a quarterly publication called "The Reflector".
Regions organize garage, day and weekend tours, picnics, cruises, car shows, flea markets and winter indoor gatherings. Each region publishes its own newsletter.
A membership roster, updated every few years, is free to club members. The A.C.C.C.C. is a member of the Specialty Vehicle Association of Ontario.
Use the links at the left to learn more about national, the various regions or to contact us.