The Westerly-Pawcatuck Region was chartered with the AACA in 1966 to helppromote the enjoyment and preservation of antique automobiles in the Eastern Connecticut and Rhode Island area. Monthly meetings are held as noted throughout the year. Our meetings are open to all. Visitors and prospective members are encouraged to attend. Ownership of an automobile is NOT REQUIRED, although membership in the national organization (Antique Automobile Club of America) is a requirement for membership in the Region. A listing of AACA events and membership information can be found HERE.
Members own both domestic and foreign makes representing more than 80 years of the automobile in America. We attend cruise nights, car shows, parades and other automobile-related activities. Annually we schedule several weekend trips to out of state shows in New England and New York and we spend a full week at Hershey, PA every fall. Meetings feature several speakers each year and technical help is always available to members through our Gas Lighters Program.
The above photo shows two of Merrill Moone's vehicles rolled out for some fresh air. Merrill is staying busy during our quarantine. Let us know what you are doing during this trying time. Photos and descriptions of work you are doing on your old cars(s) is always of interest to your fellow members. We will work with you to create an interesting blog post or series. Just send your ideas by way of our contact page.
As part of our 50th celebration four of our longtime members were interviewed. Click on the above photo to read the interview with Bob Burdick, a true Hershey veteran.
Click on the above photo to read about and see our recent Drive-By Memorial for Jim and Birthday for John.
All Meetings for the month of May, 2020, are on hold until further notice. The executive meeting will likely be online. Look for an email notice. This move is taken to protect our members during the current coronavirus outbreak.
Spring Events: Several events for these months have been cancelled due to the pandemic. Check the calendar now. It is located at the bottom of this page and under the 'Calendar' drop-down menu (above). Note: only Club Events are listed below.
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______________________________________________ Renew your Membership Now It is time to renew local ($15) and National AACA ($40) membership. Pay local dues to our treasurer. Pay AACA dues online or do it the easy way, just call (717)-534-1910. Have your full membership number and charge card information ready. Non-members are welcome to attend meetings and check out our club! Check back here for June meeting status which is presently undetermined.
Found On Craigslist
Check out our Found on Craigslist feature. Always plenty of surprisingly affordable old cars! Click above title for the full list. Samples below: 1966 Morris Minor Traveler 1000. Awesome car! 1956 Packard Caribbean, gorgeous! $66,500 at Laferriere 1960 Falcon in real nice shape for only ….. 1957 Packard Clipper at the right price 1940 Pontiac Sedan … very nice And many more ... search Craiglist yourself for all the ones I did not list!
Have you read anything interesting lately? Richard was apparently intrigued by our anniversary book. Members may click on this photo to see the entire book.
Now is the Time to Join !If you have never before been a member of the AACA we may have some free AACA memberships available to you. Please inquire. Half year memberships are also available for new members who join in June. You can join the AACA at any time by visiting the AACA Membership page. Just click on the blue text to the left or the AACA menu item at the top right of this page for complete details!
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A few of the many member cars found at our 50th Anniversary Cookout at Bob & Laura's home.
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