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Why Join?

Members of the Classic Car Club of America enjoy outstanding publications, unequalled fellowship and friendship and opportunities to show and admire Classic automobiles.



The Club publishes the award-winning The Classic Car, a quarterly magazine, the CCCA Bulletin (eight times a year) and the annual CCCA Handbook and Member Roster.

The club sponsors annual Grand Classics, which are held throughout the United States. Cars are judged and awards presented or owners can simply display their cars.

The club sponsors several CARavans annually. These are tours on which the CCCA Classic automobiles are driven on a planned itinerary to historic, recreational and automobile-related sites. In addition, there are numerous regional activities that are held throughout the year.

The CCCA and its regions offer the Classic car enthusiast a unique opportunity to not only enjoy these special automobiles but to maintain old friendships while meeting new friends within the hobby.


The CCCA Museum is located in Hickory Corners, Michigan on the campus of the Gilmore Car Museum.

The CCCA includes many historians, journalists and students as members. While the club believes ownership of a Classic automobile enhances club membership, it is not necessary to own a Classic to be a significant contributing member of CCCA. We embrace individuals who share our interests, appreciate the camaraderie and who support the goals of the club.

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