Saratoga region


We are the Saratoga Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America
(AACA). Thank you for stopping by and we hope you enjoy your visit! If you have any questions, please feel free to drop us a line!

Thank you!

On behalf of all of us here at Saratoga Region AACA, THANK YOU for attending the Eastern Spring Nationals! Unfortunately, the weather was not on our side, but we enjoyed reconnecting with familiar faces and meeting new ones. We hope you enjoyed your time and stay in beautiful Saratoga Springs, NY and we hope to see you again down the road! 

2021 Eastern Spring Nationals

A Look Back...the 2021 Eastern Spring Nationals

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Test Your Automotive Knowledge

What year was the Corvette first introduced?
A) 1963
B) 1943
C) 1953
D) 1973
Click here for the answer.

Did you know?

Residents of the town of Churchill, a Canadian province of Manitoba, often leave their car doors unlocked to offer an escape for pedestrians who might encounter polar bears.
The city has the largest number of polar bears in the world, earning it the nickname the "Polar Bear Capital of the World."

This Month in Automotive History

July 7, 1928
Plymouth Debuts: The Plymouth brand debuted at the Chicago Coliseum on this day with famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart behind the wheel.
July 11, 1916
Federal Road Act Signed: President Woodrow Wilson signed Federal Road Act to help foster the building of better roads.
July 14, 1955
Karmann-Ghia Introduced: VW introduces the Karmann-Ghia for the 1956 model year at the Kasino Hotel in Westfalia, Germany.
July 15, 1909
Audi Founded: August Horch and partners found Audi in Zwichau, Germany, choosing the name because it is the Latin word for Horch, which means to hear or listen.
July 16, 1935
First Parking Meter: The world’s first parking meter was installed in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
July 24, 1910
A.L.F.A. Founded: A.L.F.A. (Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili) is founded in Milan, Italy. The company would become Alfa Romeo 10 years later.
source: Hagerty

Good to Know

This is the only approved AACA car show sign and is intended for use at AACA events. These signs are only available to AACA members and are custom created to tell your vehicle's story and history.
Please allow 3-4 weeks for the production of your sign from start to finish. Signs are 16.5" tall and 12" wide and are made of hard plastic to withstand the elements. The signs cost $30 plus shipping and an image can be added to your sign for an additional $5.
Contact Stacy at AACA Headquarters if you would like to have a sign made: or 717-534-

Upcoming Event Spotlight

Summer Auto Show
August 3, 2024
Saratoga Springs, NY
Event page