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Antique Automobile Club of America

Bull Run Region

The Bull Run Region's mission is the collection and preservation of antique automobiles and related items in a manner that maximizes membership learning, socialization and most importantly, Having Fun! We generally serve the area known as "Northern Virginia", though all members of the AACA are welcome. Founded by Howard Hamm and chartered by AACA in 1967, the first meeting was held in the Manassas, VA, Town Hall.  Today, monthly meetings are held in various locations during the summer (our picnic meeting months) and at the Prince William County Fairgrounds at other times. The fairgrounds are also the site of Bull Run's annual vehicle show, the Edgar Rohr Memorial Meet.

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Leonard Paquette, President

pkpaquette@msn.com

703-670-5051

Sally Batchelder

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sjkbatchelder@aol.com

703-339-2064

 

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For information on joining the Bull Run Region, call Sally Batchelder at (703) 339-2064

 

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Dedicated to the preservation and display of all forms of historical motor vehicles and related memorabilia, the AACA Museum exists to educate and provide enjoyment for the hobbyist and the public.

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