We have visited a lot of (but not all) automobile clubs on the Web and selected the these automobile clubs for our visitors to browse through.
We may have missed some that you feel should be on this page. If we have, please contact our webmaster.
American Truck Historical Society Formed in 1971 to preserve the history of trucks, the trucking industry, and its pioneers
Antique Automobile Club of America Founded in 1935. The aim of the AACA is the perpetuation of the pioneer days of automobiling by furthering the interest in and preserving of antique automobiles. The AACA uses the term automobile in a comprehensive sense to include all self-propelled vehicles intended for passenger use (cars, race vehicles, trucks, fire vehicles, motorcycles, powered bicycles). Similarly, the term includes various power sources, such as gasoline, diesel, steam and electric
Cadillac LaSalle Club, Inc. Founded in 1958 to encourage enthusiasts to maintain, preserve, and restore collectible Cadillac and LaSalle classic cars built from 1902-1942. Now the CLC recognizes all vehicles built by Cadillac. We promote the development, collection, publication and exchange of helpful information pertaining to our cars. an international organization of nearly 7,000 members with 18,000 collectible automobiles built by Cadillac. They provide services for enthusiasts of all Cadillacs from the single cylinder models to the exotic V-16s. The Cadillac-LaSalle Club Museum and Research Center is a separate charitable and educational organization providing access to historical data to preserve Cadillac’s history and heritage.
Classic Car Club of America This site defines Classics or Full Classic Cars as …fine or unusual motor cars which were built between and including the years 1925 to 1948. The researched estimate of the CCCA is that the total number of American produced Classic Cars is around 1,366,843.
Early Ford V8 Club of America Founded in 1963 to recognize all Ford Motor Company vehicles 1932 through 1953, including Lincoln, Mercury, commercial vehicles, and tractors — dedicated to the restoration and preservation of all these vehicles Just as Henry built them.
Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs Founded in 1988 to uphold the freedom to use old vehicles on the roads without any undue restriction and to support its member organizations in whatever way it can.
Horseless Carriage Club represents the dawning of the age of the automobile industry. This unique period of automotive history covers the turn of the century to the end of carriage coachwork, gas lights, hand cranking and profuse use of brass. In essence, all automobiles are Horseless Carriages, but HCCA has defined the Horseless Carriage as any pioneer gas, steam and electric motor vehicle built or manufactured prior to January 1, 1916.
Imperial Car Site In 1926, Walter P. Chrysler decided to compete with Cadillac and Lincoln in the luxury car field. The same year an E-80 Imperial roadster was chosen to pace the first-ever Indianapolis 500 topping out at 80 mph.
Model A Ford Club of America Historical society dedicated to the restoration and preservation of Model A Ford vehicles as manufactured from 1928 through 1931.
Model A Restorers Club Founded in 1952, encourages members to acquire, restore, preserve and exhibit the Model A Ford. A good site to get to know other Model A Ford owners.
Model T Ford Club International Model T Ford Club was to provide car meets, social functions, and a newsletter for items of interest to Model T owners
Mustang Club of America Club is dedicated to the preservation, care, history and enjoyment of all model years of Mustang, Shelby, Boss, Saleen, Roush, SVT Cobra, Steeda and McLaren.
Nash Car Club of America Members receive a roster listing all members and their cars. The Club publication is The Nash Times.
Pierce-Arrow Society Dedicated to the preservation of Pierce-Arrow Motor Cars and trucks, Pierce bicycles and motorcycles, Pierce-Arrow Travelodge trailers, and the literature, artwork and history associated with the Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company
Rolls-Royce Owners Club Club makes the experience of owning a Bentley or Rolls-Royce motorcar a pleasant experience. Site offers practical, relevant, technical and historical information on all Rolls-Royce and Bentley motorcars.
Shelby Dodge Auto Club Automotive enthusiast group whose aim is to preserve the spirit of Power by Dodge, Unleashed by Shelby. The cars produced by Shelby Automobiles and the Dodge Division of Chrysler Corporation.
Official Studebaker Drivers Club Founded on 1962. The purpose of the club is to honor the Studebaker automobile and all of the Studebaker-related products. The SDC sponsors an annual International Meet where Studebaker owners from across North America bring their Studebaker and families for a week of fun, showing their vehicles, sharing information and memories.
Veteran Motor Car Club of America Founded in December of 1938. Organized the first revival of the turn of the century Glidden Tours.
Veteran Car Club of Great Britain Helps car owners acquire, restore, preserve and exhibit Edwardian motorcars.restoration, preservation, exhibition and maintenance of Veteran and Edwardian motor vehicles
Walter P. Chrysler Club Dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of Plymouth, Dodge, De Soto, Chrysler, Imperial, Fargo, Jeep, Eagle and related vehicles, including antecedents Maxwell and Chalmers Motor Cars.
Wuerttembergischer Automobile Club Established in 1899. Has photos but is written in Dutch