2004 North Central Florida AACA Officers

President - Don McCullen

My Interest in cars goes way back to when I was only two years old.  My mother told me I used to roll my model cars back and forth on the coffee table for hours.  My love for old cars has only grown.  I not only enjoy restoring and showing cars but my career also encompasses cars.  I started Coach Builders Limited in 1976 in Fort Lauderdale and moved it to High Springs, Florida in 1982.  We produce convertible conversions primarily on new cars.  At present we make a four door Cadillac convertible and a hardtop retractable top on new Corvettes.  You can view these on our website, Coach Builders Ltd.  I have been a member of AACA since 1984.

Vice-President - Mike Whyte

I have always been interested in cars since a young boy and when my 1967 Pontiac won an award I was really hooked.  Two hundred twenty five shows and forty awards later I still look forward to the next event. My hobbies are making model cars, drag racing, watching car shows, football and fishing.  I own my own business - you guessed it - Auto Detailing! I have been a member of AACA since 1992 and Vice-President of our chapter for six-and-a-half years

Secretary / Treasurer - Stuart Cullen

My interest in old cars grew when my Dad purchased a Model A and began to restore it. I have always been a mechanically inclined individual graduating from the University of Florida with a degree in Environmental Engineering.  I am a principal professional engineer with Brown and Cullen, Inc. My wife, Liza Cullen and I are the proud parents of three children.  I was actively involved in helping to restore the Model A and a member of  the Model A Restorers Club. At present I own a 1949 Packard Limousine and have recently added a 1964 Cadillac hardtop Coupe Deville.

Editor - David L. Johnson

Being Raised in an automobile environment, my Dad serviced cars, my love for cars started then.  After school I was the gas jockey, grease monkey "gofer", and eventually a brake and muffler guy. My spare time was spent changing and balancing tires.  I went to college and graduated with a degree in accounting. My first car was a 1969 Mercury Marauder which now sits on my back lot.  I became the newsletter editor in 1967 (apparently a lifetime appointment) which brought me back into the old car world.  I really love the brass era and the classics.





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