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Maurice and Jean's 1939 La Salle

An On-line Newsletter

The Rummage Box
Winter 2015

Car Stories

April 2015

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Love  Classic  and  Antique  Automobiles?
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     Welcome to the South Florida Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America.  Located in Miami-Dade County, Florida, our club is open to enthusiasts of antique automobiles of all makes and models of cars, trucks,
and motorcycles from the early 1900’s and now including the year 1987.   Our show rules require that the vehicles be twenty-five years old or older, but that doesn’t mean you have to own a show car to join the club or participate in non-show events.  In fact, you don’t even have to own an antique car; all it takes is a love of these treasures and an appreciation for the history they represent.

     Because we’re located in a part of the country that is known for great weather, we have a lot of events and shows.   We get the year off to an early start with the two-day Art Deco Classic Car Show and Parade in January.  The two-day show features a parade and car show on Saturday and a car show on Sunday of restored and un-restored cars and motorcycles 25 years or older that compete for trophies and for Best of Show in the following categories: Pre-War, Post-War, and Best Original.   Each day is its own show with trophies handed out on both Saturday and Sunday.  It all takes place in connection with the Art Deco Weekend Festival on South Beach held over the Martin Luther King weekend that fills up ten blocks of the famed Ocean Drive on Miami Beach with antiques, art, food, street performers, stilt-walkers and of course our cars.

     We continue to enjoy the weather and interesting venues with our annual Classic Cars on the Mile Show held on  Miracle Mile in downtown Coral Gables.  The cars and trucks are displayed along the shaded street attracting large crowds of automobile enthusiasts and causal spectators out for a Sunday stroll.

     Our most prestigious event is the Memory Lane Show.   This exhibit is put on in conjunction with the South Florida International Auto Show at the Miami Beach Convention Center for ten days in October and November.   Open to members only, it is one of the favorite stops for auto show visitors who get to see some of the great classic cars of the world up close.  It’s also a great introduction to people who have never seen some of these cars, and we always enjoy answering questions about the history of our cars and to share the memories of those who stop by.  You’ll hear a lot of “My dad had one just like that…...”      You’ll see a lot of teenagers casting envious eyes at the
muscle cars, and you’ll hear a lot of people tell each other about how much fun they had when they drove one of these back in the good old days when cars had style.

     All of our other events – picnics, brunches, tours, a progressive dinner, an annual Holiday party, and our Occasional Sunday Morning Drives – are free or subsidized for members.   Check the Calendar for dates and times, and click on Membership Application to download one and join the club.   If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to Contact Us.  Even though you may not be a member yet you are welcome to come to our General Membership Meetings to find out more about our club.

     Click on the Photo Album and take a stroll down our virtual memory lane, and come to any of our events.   We’d love to tell you about our cars.

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Deering Estate at Cutler Bay
Car Display

March 15, 2015

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1941 Chrysler Royal

1950 Matchless

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