north alabama region

Antique auto club of america

club information

The North Alabama Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) was organized in December 1961 as the "Huntsville Antique Automobile Club". In 1962, the club submitted a petition for charter to the national AACA. The charter was officially granted in February 1963. The, newly named, North Alabama Region (NAR) was the first antique automobile club in Alabama to become nationally affiliated with AACA.

Our vision

The club's vision is to encourage membership participation in antique automobile related activities including displaying, touring, technical sessions and supporting other antique car group activities. The club strives to offer innovative, interesting and rewarding antique car programs to the entire membership.

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The club meets the fourth Thursday of the month at Museum of Information Explosion, 1806 University Drive, Huntsville, AL. Exceptions are that in the months of March, June, and September the club has a dinner night at a local restaurant, the November meeting is held on the third Thursday due to the Thanksgiving holiday, and the December meeting is our annual Christmas dinner held in early December.

community and events

NAR is active in the community and participates in local parades, historical events, and public displays. Members also enjoy other club events, such as road tours, "garage crawls", picnics, and educational activities.

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annual car show

NAR hosts an annual Car, Truck, Motorcycle Show and Flea Market. The show is a judged event for vehicles 25 years and older. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place awards are presented across 34 classes for modified & production vehicles. Special awards include: President's choice, Mayor's choice, Best of show original and modified, and Best Mopar.
Club members and show participants have a vast amount of antique automotive knowledge they are willing to share among themselves and the community.