The National Antique Automobile Club of America was founded in 1935 and now lists members in all fifty states as well as over fifty countries. There have been more than 400 Regions and Chapters, and there are now more than 60,000 members.
The Tioga Region was chartered in June of 1984 and now hosts more than thirty active members. We are one of three AACA Regions in the Southern Tier of New York's central area and although we are not the largest of the groups, we are still the only one that conducts our show as the national guidelines advise. We meet once a month, usually on the third Monday of the month, and actively participate in parades, car shows, and short tours. Tioga Region is a civic organization involved in the New York State Adopt-A-Highway and supports the Waterman Center, Tioga County Boys and Girls club, Tioga Youth Soccer, Camp Ahwaga, BOCES Scholarships, SADD, and others as funds allow.
We are people from all walks of life who are held together by our common bond of our love for old cars and the history they represent.
We welcome new members and wish to remind you that you need not own an antique or collector car to be one of us.
The only real requirement is your interest in cars of the past!