The National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada
L’Association nationale des clubs automobiles du Canada

L’Association nationale des clubs automobiles du Canada

MISSION STATEMENT of the NAACC

The National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada will strive to act as the unified voice of the automotive hobbyist in Canada by promoting and encouraging the preservation of the automobile, its historic lore, and its associated items. The NAACC will encourage a cooperative working relationship between governments, at both the federal and provincial level to prevent restrictive legislation.

2018 Application form for the NAACC Click Here>>

Website updated Dec 11 2017

CENTENNIAL CARAVAN: CANADA'S COASTERS RIDE AGAIN! 2017

By: Michel Lamoureux

  For Fraser Field of Deroche, British Columbia, the start of the 2017 Centennial Caravan is the result of much hard work and planning. The cars will gather on Vancouver Island to dip their wheels in the ocean and then haed across Canada. The NAACC will be pleased to report on the progress as many of the participants are going along for the "Ride". The president of the NAACC John Carlson and his wife Koko, along with a few others will send reposrt back regularily so you can follow thier progress.
For more info on the cruise click
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Check out the new password protected page for
NAACC
Members>>

Check out some of the Provinces' declaring July as NAACC Automotive Heritage Month  More>>

It is official!! The proclamation for Automotive Heritage Month  in Newfoundland Labrador has been officially signed by the Honourable Perry Trimper, Minister of Service NL
(back row)

- Bobby Ford , NAACC Membership Director

- Connie Hilliard, treasurer and past president of Newfoundland Antique and Classic Car Club (Front row)

- Bob Ford NAACC NL Director

- Honourable Perry Trimper,
More Heritage info>>

 

John Carlson and his wife Koko have finished crossing Canada with the Canadian Coasters Coast to Coast tour.
 A  full report is due soon...watch for potholes!!!
Here is a photo of John Carlson at Mile zero at the end of the tour.
Click here for a gallery of images from the cruise>>

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Ban the Automobile: Instrument of Death, written by Rudy Croken former NAACC PEI Director.

Here is what Greg Williams' review.  | AUGUST 22, 2017

At the turn of the last century, automobiles were busy reshaping North American cities and making travel more convenient. That is, all except in one Canadian province. In the early 1900s, automobiles were banned from the roads of Prince Edward Island.

“When I first heard that, I thought it was ridiculous,” says author Rudy Croken, whose book Ban the Automobile: Instrument of Death, released earlier this summer, shines a light on a little known aspect of P.E.I.’s past.

“When I was growing up, my dad told me about the ban, but I thought it might have been for a month or so,” Croken says. “I had no idea (it was more than a decade-long struggle) to get cars on the road.”

 

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The 6th annual Crescent Beach Concours D Elegance
was held Sept 2 2017 at Blackie's Spit in Crescent beach, part of Surrey BC

more>>

NAACC Presidents Report #100, October 2017

Some of the many things the NAACC does for the Collector Car Hobby

-The NAACC is the only ‘Canada Wide’ group that lobbies the Federal Government for fair, unrestrictive collector vehicle legislation.  The NAACC Board of Directors has representatives from every Province in Canada. All 10 Provinces in Canada are represented.

-The NAACC is partnered with SEMA/SAN  (SEMA ACTION NETWORK)

-The NAACC Lobbies the Provincial Governments in 7 out of the 10 Provinces across Canada. It lobbies for fair and unrestrictive collector vehicle legislation.   
 
Read full report>>                         

 

Expo 86 –1986 World’s Fair

Vintage International Antique Auto Show
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada

 

 

A Retrospective Overview by John Carlson, Chairman

One of the major events organized around the Expo 86 World Fair was the Vintage International Antique Auto Show held at BC Place Stadium between July 6-10,1986. The event featured the “Wheels of Time.”

According to organizer and Show Chairman John Carlson, the 500 vehicle car show and Concours was a World Exposition first.
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2017 Pebble Beach Concours d Elegance!
A new update of almost 9,000 words on the 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d Elegance!
The Photos are prepped from the whirl wind  tour of Car Week and the 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d elegance gallery is loaded and the story is being written....here is a link to the
photo gallery>>

2017Cobble Beach Concours d Elegance

An amazing array of photos from Bobby Ford from his visit to the 2017 Concours d elegance. A full report to follow as well as photos from his visit to the
Coffee and Cars at Cobble Beach and the Steve Plunkett Collection!

photo gallery>>

NAACC Newsletter
November 2017
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Just a quick note to let you know that the NAACC has been working with Image Ware /Marks for the past several months to renegotiate our
NAACC discount package.

I am pleased to report that we have our 10% Discount Package back and that it is good until  April 30, 2019
Click here to go to the Members page, use the password your club rep has given you. Use the same password to open up PDF file to print.
Click here>>

Please keep aware of what is happening in your area.

I am going to write mayor and council and ask that, if and when, they do ban all cars from the Vancouver downtown core that they make exception for old cars that are on a club sanctioned event or are performing a chartable service such as a wedding.

Soon we will be overrun by By–Laws here in the Vancouver city core.
John Carlson  More>>

The NAACC is now interacting with the Canadian Federal Government to define and streamline the Heritage requirements for the exportation of Collector Vehicles that are 50 years old or older.

Club and Officers/Directors Insurance

The NAACC clubs insurance program fees have remained the same for the past ten years.

plus more>>

 

The Naacc coverage of the 2017 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion can be read here. Full galleries coming soon.
Preliminary report>>

The report on the 2017 Concorso Italiano is here along with photos by Cam Hutchins
more>>

Here are some photos were taken on the Coasters Cross Canada Tour 2017, the 2017 Cobble Beach Concours and the 2017Crescent Beach Concours

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NAACC Headquarters Office   3512 Marine, Belcarra BC V3H 4R8 President@naacc.ca