The Greater New York Region’s (AACA) website has been honored by the Antique Automobile Club of America, receiving their 2012 Award of Merit for regional websites. Thank you to every one involved.
by John Linhardt Are “mini” and smaller size cars new to us? “mini” cars originally were introduced to save gas. The Nash “Metropolitan” produced in 1954 to 1955 and sister car #2 Metropolitan produced from 1954 to 1962, came in a hardtop and convertible. They had Nash Metropolitan labels, but were made by Austin in […]
by Martin Goffe Six cars were supplied by the Palm Beach Region for the twenty-fifth annual Holiday Candlelight Home Tour hosted by the Old Northwood Neighborhood Association in West Palm Beach, Florida on Saturday evening, December 29th. Vintage cars were placed in front of each of the historic homes to add charm to the architectural […]
by Stuart Light My love for Italian automobiles goes back to my years as an undergraduate college student. One of my professors was a team manager of the Ferrari North American Race Team (NART), allowing me a unique opportunity to spend time in the pit area at the Daytona 24 Hour and Sebring 12 Hour […]
by Docair Jerry Malkes Just attended the February Greater New York Region meeting last night and there is so much going on. First I applaud the efforts that Artie Finnegan is accomplishing. There is so much paperwork in satisfying the AACA requirements that one has to understand. Being the Head Judge at our Old Westbury […]