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L’Association nationale des clubs automobiles du Canada

Fate has a way of making the strangest of things happen in our lives. At times, we're left gazing at the sky, dumbfounded, wondering what invisible lightning bolt just zapped us when, as the old phrase goes, planets line up – suddenly, unexpectedly, powerfully. This is one such story, which tells of the most revered road on the continent, of American automobiles at their best, and of the brilliant artists whose remarkable music, both now and then, brings it all together in timeless fashion. (click here to see full article)

First published in HAGERTY Weekly News (Feb. 15-21, 2016), this article and music provided courtesy of NAACC Quebec Director Michel Lamoureux working with celebrity singer/composer/pianist Carol Welsman. Turn on your sound!


The unintended outcomes of a Concours d'Elegance.

Or how to preserve the automotive heritage…. musically!

Best of Show


1938 Graham 97 Supercharged Cabriolet Coachwork by Saoutchik Edgar Masters,
Copake Falls, NY


Winners List and Image gallery>>

At the Cobble Beach Concours d’ Elegance opening banquet the Lee Iococca Award was presented to the NAACC President John Carlson.

 It is the first time in it's history that it has been awarded to anyone outside the USA



Hobbyist of the Year Award


The 2016 recipient is Mr. Carl Becker from Sannich British Columbia. Carl founded (CMAFF) the Canadian Model A Ford Foundation and is the current president. He is a past judging committee  member of the Model A Ford Club of America. The NAACC is proud to recognize Carl Becker as a recipient of this prestigious award.


Through Carl’s and other Board members efforts  CMAFF has been instrumental in updating the Model A Ford Club of America Canadian judging guidelines.


Literally, hundreds of hours have been dedicated to this project.

Want a way to free stuck bolts on your classic car? Click Here>>

The BC Corvette Club will be holding it's annual Waterfront show in shine in North Vancouver BC on July 09, 2017 from 9:00 am - 3:00pm. All Corvettes are welcome to attend.
For more info >>

Reports Number 95 and number 96

Report No 97
-2016 AGM
-50 year anniversary of the
Coasters Cross Canada Tour

-July 2017 as Automotive Heritage Month in Canada

Report No 96
 -BC Government has relaxed the rules for fenderless vehicles 1940 and older .
 -Pacific North West Deuce Days 
 -Cobble Beach Concours d Elegance  Plus more...

Subject: Alert-----Stolen Vehicle

1928 Blue Chevrolet Coupe Stolen  RCMP File # 2014-1542653
“As of Jun 7, 2017  this vehicle is still missing”

Stolen on or about November 15, 2014 near Herronton AB. more>>

  Importing a Vehicle to Canada from the USA ‐ Jan 2016

Check out the latest tips on Importing a vehicle from the US>>


Supplied to you by the (NAACC) National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada Corporation, January 4 2016

April 21, 2016
"A special thank you from Carl Becker, the president of the Canadian Model A Ford Foundation. Carl, the foundation board and the Model A Ford members across Canada are very appreciative of the NAACC and what it does for the hobby".
Read Letter>>

2016 NAACC Canadian Standards for Appraisers,  Insurance Companies & Vehicle Owners
Published by the NAACC Formerly NAAACCC


The NAACC want to welcome William Armstrong as a new NAACC Director representing Ontario Canada. more>>


The RPM Act: A Message From SEMA President and CEO Chris Kersting
Over the past year, the racing community undertook an unprecedented effort to protect Americans’ right to modify street vehicles into dedicated racecars and our industry’s right to sell the parts that support the sport. In February, more than 100,000 racers, industry members and enthusiasts rallied to sign a White House petition in a single day. Since March, you have flooded Congress with nearly 200,000 letters in support of the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports (RPM) Act—a bill that makes clear that the Clean Air Act allows motor vehicles to be converted into dedicated race vehicles. The bill also protects our ability to sell the parts and equipment that enable racers to compete.

 The 2016 Cobble Beach Concours

Best of Show...1932 Auburn Speedster Gerry Hockin Burlington, ON

Outstanding Pre-War


1938 Bentley B77LE 41/4L H.J. Milliner Disappearing Top - Karl Zoller Gwynedd Valley, PA


 The 2016 Rolex Montery Motosports Reunion

  Featuring the Cars of BMW and as a Canadian I have to admit I was not familiar with many of the cars from the 70's and almost none of the earlier BMW cars. The races are part of the "Car Week" and must be hell for anyone not interested in cars as the roadways are jammed almost all day every day for a week.

 The 2016 Crescent Beach Concours

The selection of cars once again was exceptional and had a huge range of cars but one that struck me the most was thev first showing of a freshly restored 1922 Will Sainte Claire A68 Roadster powered by an Overhead Cam V8. Not the first American V8, certainly the first one with geardriven camshafts.

Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

The 66th Annual Pebble Beach Concours d Elegance was held on August 21st 2016. I arrived early enough to get a great spot to shoot the cars as they enter the field. The ocean in the background and the nice even light was great. Especially impressive was the cars were clean and not covered with ash like every other car on the peninsula.

The Concorso Italiano

Black Horse Golf Course August 20th 2016

Celebrate Fashion, Food, Music and Style at the world's largest Italian automotive event. Concorso Italiano, featuring over 1000 exotic vehicles .

Northwest Deuce Days
 Every three years the streets around the
inner harbour, the British Columbia Parliament Buildings and the venerable Empress Hotel are filled with classic cars and more than a third of them are 1932 Fords of all models and descriptions.

Fenderless Law changed in BC.

July 2, 2016

This is one of the many announcements that will be coming to the Collector Car Hobby in BC.

Over the years many individuals and groups have worked very hard to help bring about this BC law change. more>>

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