Welcome to the Iroquois Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America, an organization of approximately one hundred antique automobile enthusiasts in New York's Southern Tier, centered around Binghamton. Iroquois Region members have a common interest in antique autos. We are affiliated with the sixty thousand members of the Antique Automobile Club of America.
We meet monthly, usually on the third Wednesday evening at various locations in the area to conduct club business and share a program of interest.
The Iroquois Region, AACA hosts an Annual Father's Day Car Show and Flea Market. We also have several picnics and tours each year as well as a holiday party.
When most people think of antique cars, they think of something like a Model A Ford. Well, yes that is an antique, but so are vehicles produced just 25 years ago. This year 1984 automobiles are considered antique. The main purpose of our club is the preservation of the history of vehicular transportation. Automobiles, motorcycles and commercial vehicles are included in national competition. Ownership of an antique vehicle is not a requirement for membership. All that is required is an interest in the hobby, the desire to meet some great people and have a good time.