The Sedona Car Club was organized
in July 1982 after a group of car enthusiasts, now
charter members, decided to form a club for fun,
fellowship and exchanging automobile information.
The purpose of the club is to promote,
preserve and maintain motor vehicles of special interest
or historical value. Vehicle ownership is not required.
In the fall of 1984 the Club bought
a building to be used as a meeting place, museum and a
garage to work on cars. A few months after buying the
building, the club received an offer to sell the
property that it couldn’t pass up. With the Club on a
sound financial basis, the organization began to take
shape – the by-laws, membership requirements, meeting
places and the election of officers. Our logo was
designed by Bill Harrison and Linda Herrman published
the first issue of
the Club’s monthly newsletter designed to keep members
abreast of activities, events and news.
Driving tours, picnics, outings,
garage tours and dinners are some of the activities
Board and general meetings are held monthly at the
Sedona Public Library
in West Sedona. In 1988 the Club became a region of the
Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA).