Car Clubs: AACA

  • AACA-Finley Robertson Porter Region

    The F.R. Porter Region was organized in September of 1969. Sixteen people met, and a petition was sent to the AACA for a charter. The name is in honor of Finley Robertson Porter, a local person who was prominent in early automotive history. He designed the famous T-head Mercer automobile of 1910, as Mercer's chief engineer. In 1914, he moved to Port Jefferson, New York, where he began the manufacture of his own new automobile, the F.R.P. The club was chartered by AACA in February 1970. Since then, we have been active and have grown to over 100 members today.

  • AACA-Greater New York Region

    Welcome to the Greater New York Region's web site. The G.N.Y.R geographically represents the metropolitan New York and western Long Island area.

  • AACA-Peconic Bay Region, NY

    Welcome to the Website of the Peconic Bay Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America

  • AACA-Vanderbilt Cup Region

    Meetings held 2nd Wednesday of each month at 8:00 PM (except December) . Meetings are located at the Brush Barn, Middle Country Rd, Smithtown. Contact Roger Price, [email protected]