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The Lake Erie Region of the
Antique Automobile Club of America

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Our club is dedicated to the preservation, restoration and enjoyment of the antique automobile. 
Our focus is on original and authentic condition as well as quality workmanship.  Come join us for Festivities, Fun and Friendship.  
Ownership of a car is not necessary to be a member.
  Lake Erie Region is celebrating our 62nd year!
April 2014  

  What's new this month?  Check these out....

Read the April 2014 President's Message in the Club News.

Find out about the LER hosted 2014 AACA Eastern Spring Meet coming up in May! 
Read this info on Vehicle Classifications to help you determine what class to register your vehicle for the national show.

Read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Part 1 and Part 2 about other activities for the national show.

Learn how you can volunteer for our LER hosted AACA National Show!

Check out our upcoming events in Club Activities for the April digital slide show and Rust Buster.

See pictures of the January Banquet in our Photo Album.

Welcome new members: the Fixes, Mark Hartrich, Eugene Holden, Jeffrey Ortman, the Ptaks, Clifford Schultz, and the Schupbachs.

Can you answer the NEW trivia questions for April on the Club News page?

 

Our History

The Lake Erie Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America was formed in November 1952.  Rudy Ribbeck's Auto Service on Old Bailey Avenue at Seneca Street was used for meetings.  During the summer of 1952, a group of old car lovers would go to parades, etc., and soon the required minimum of 15 members was achieved in order to petition the National AACA for a Region.

The following individuals were part of the original 15 members:
William M. Cryan, Caryl Paul, Garold Seifert, Dorothy Cryan, Howard Holmes, Dr. Robert Britt, Rudy Ribbeck, Franklin Schweitzer, Stephen Schimolski, Frank Stabell.

The Club was first organized under the name of Lake Erie Region of Western New York, and three years later it was changed to Lake Erie Region of AACA.

Our First Officers from 1952 to 1953

Regional Director      Garold Seifert
Assistant Director       Howard Holmes
Secretary / Treasurer William Cryan
Recording Secretary Dorothy Cryan
Three Executive Board Members Dr. Robert Britt, Caryl Paul, Franklin Schweitzer

In 1952, local dues were $1.50 a year and national dues were $6.00 a year.

To Contact Us:

mailto:lakeerieaaca@aol.com

 

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