John has been involved in the collector car hobby for more than 45 years. His motor sport experiences are as varied as his passion for high performance vintage track racing and concourse quality restorations. He is a hands-on restorer who does most of his own work. These areas have contributed to his extensive background and form the basis of his belief that research, hard work and attention to detail will allow anyone who has a dream to become part of the winner’s circle.
Conrad has been the Nova Scotia Director for the NAACC since 2012. In addition to his work with the NAACC on the Motor Vehicle Act changes, Conrad has also been very active within Engineers Nova Scotia. He was president of the association back in 2007-2008 and most recently was awarded its highest honour, the F.H. Sexton Gold Medal, for exceptional service to the association and the engineering profession.
Tom Woodhouse is a National Association Life Member and was inducted into the NAACC Hall of Fame in 2002. The National Association is very grateful for all of Toms efforts over the past 45 years. The collector car hobby owes Tom a huge ‘thank you’ for his efforts.
Doug is a Master Judge and has served as Treasurer on the executive of the National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada since 2001, the executive of the Saskatchewan Association of Automobile Clubs since 2010, and the Board of Directors of The Canadian Model A Ford Foundation since 2012.
Bob has been involved in the collector car hobby for more than 35 years and is the Membership Director for the NAACC as well as Director for Newfoundland & Labrador.
Wilfred is a ‘Life Member’ of The Prince Edward Island Antique Car Club (PEIACC) for which he has served as President, Secretary and Car Show Chairman. Wilfred judges at many car shows including the Cobble Beach Concours d’ Elegance, and periodically shows his cars and has been a 1st place winner many times with his stunning 1929 Model A Ford Cabriolet and his 1969 Mercury Cougar XR7 Convertible.
Gilbert, NAACC Director for Quebec, is the founder of the VAQ, Vintage Automobile Club of Québec. (1974) The VAQ is the largest vintage collector car club in Canada.
Fraser is an NAACC Director for British Columbia, as well as President of the Fraser Valley Chapter of the Vintage Car Club of Canada, of which he’s been a member since 1997.
Living in Penticton, BC, Morley has been involved with Vintage Car Club of Canada and currently serves as Governor and NAACC Rep to the Province of BC. Morley is a National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada National Judge.
Don is Alberta Director for the NAACC as well as a member of the Vintage Car Club of Canada, and the Cochrane Classic Car Club. He is a Concours judge at the Crescent Beach Concours and the Cobble Beach Concours.
James has been involved in the automotive hobby for over 60 years. After taking a few years off to pursue is long distance rally interests including the rejuvenation of a 1974 MGB-GT rally car, Jim has recently returned to the board of the NAACC as an Alberta Director.
Paul is a member of the Society of Automotive Historians, and a Director of NAACC, representing Manitoba. Since 2015, he has been a part of the Vintage Certification Team for the annual Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals (MCACN) in Chicago focusing on unrestored and original Olds 442’s.
Blair, NAACC Director for New Brunswick, joined the NB Antique Auto Club Inc. in 1996 and supports the mission of the NBAAC to promote the antique and collector vehicle hobby, and encourage the restoration of these vehicles throughout the Province of New Brunswick.
Doug Greer is a long time Director and past National President of the NAACC. He is a past president of the Great Pine Ridge Region and National Region of the Antique and Classic Car Club of Canada. Doug has been the Chief Judge for the National body of the Antique and Classic Car Club of Canada and the ACCCC Concours d’Elegance since 2013.
Bill, owner and operator of a trucking company with refrigerated and flat bed service throughout Canada and the USA, is an NAACC Director for Ontario.
Born and raised in Montreal, I also spent all my working years in this wonderful city which remains close to my heart although I have been living around 50 kilometers West of the Island over the past four decades.
David is an NAACC Director for Ontario and a Manager, Business Relations at MacMaster Buick GMC. His fresh under 45 approach to the collector car hobby has made him sought-after as a judge and is very much in demand as a Concours Registrar.