OLD CAR CLUBS
I am a member of several car clubs. They are excellent sources of fellowship, advice, assistance and parts. Most have web sites, which can be accessed by clicking on the club's name. Membership information is available at every site. Where it exists, and I have knowledge, I have included information on chapters and regions local to the metro-DC area. Some of these local groups also have websites, links are included where available.
LOC recognizes the Lincoln Models L, K, KB, KA, and K built from 1920 through 1940.
The club has one publication: The Fork and Blade, published bi-monthly.
focus is the
The club welcomes all
The club has one publication: The Way of the Zephyr, published bi-monthly.
LCOC recognizes all
The club has one publication: Continental Comments, published bi-monthly.
The local group was the Chesapeake Region.
The local publication was Chesapeake Chatter, published quarterly. I used to edit this newsletter.
This is very straightforward. Packards. Just Packards. From 1899 through 1958.
The club has two publications: The Cormorant, published quarterly, and the Cormorant News Bulletin, which is published monthly.
The Maryland group is Mid-Atlantic Packards. The group’s publication is The Hexagon, published monthly.
On the other side of the Potomac is Packards Virginia. Their publication is Packard Virginian, published quarterly.
The Early Ford V-8 Club recognizes all Ford, Mercury,
The club has one publication: The V-8 Times.
The Virginia group is the Northern Virginia Regional Group. The local publication is the Valve Clatter, published monthly.
The CCCA only recognizes certain makes and models of cars built between 1925 and 1948. Their website has the list.
The club has two publications: The Classic Car, published quarterly; and the Bulletin, which is published monthly during the other eight months.
The local group is the Chesapeake Bay Region. The local publication is The Steering Wheel, published quarterly. I edit this publication, also.
This is a small, friendly group. The club is centered
They have two activities per year, a tour in the spring, and a judging meet in the fall.
Rolls-Royce and Bentley automobiles. This club is very hands-on and driver-oriented, with several tours per year for different ages of cars. The publication contains a lot of technical material.
The club has one publication: The Flying Lady, which is published bi-monthly.
The local group is the Chesapeake Region. The local publication is The Chesapeake Lady, published bi-monthly.
The focus of this group is the Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, 1907 - 1926. This club is also very hands-on and driver-oriented, with one Ghost-only tour per year. Their publication also contains a lot of technical material.
The club has one publication: The Silver Ghost Tourer, which is published quarterly.
Antique Automobile Club of
The biggest and one of the oldest.
Alfa Romeo automobiles. This club is very driver-oriented.
The club has one publication: Alfa Owner, which is published monthly.
The local group is the Capital Chapter.
There are lots of other interesting car clubs.
I do not belong to these organizations, but I find their websites rather interesting.
The ACD Club recognizes all Auburns, Cords and Duesenbergs.
The club publication is the ACD Newsletter, which is published 10 times per year.
The AMOC is a British club with two chapters in
The RREC is the British cousin to the RROC. Also very active and driver-oriented.
This group is centered in
All Ferrari automobiles. These are two separate organizations.
All Mercedes-Benz automobiles. The local group is the Greater Washington Section.
They seem to be very active. They also put their newsletter on their website.
This is also very straightforward. Pierce-Arrows. All Pierce-Arrows.
The club has one publication: The Arrow, published quarterly.
Cadillac and LaSalle automobiles. The club has one publication: The Self-Starter, which is published eleven times annually.
The local group is the Potomac Region.
Since I now own a Thunderbird, I keep thinking about joining one of the T-bird clubs, but haven’t decided which. There are several: