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The Manitoba Classic and Antique Auto Club (MCAAC) is a non-profit organization of hobbyists, incorporated under the laws of the province of Manitoba.

MCAAC is a member of the National Association of Antique Automobile Clubs of Canada (NAAACCC) and is a charter member of the Manitoba Association of Auto Clubs (MAAC).

MCAAC is one of the oldest automobile clubs in Manitoba. Members collectively own hundreds of antique and classic vehicles ranging from horseless carriage high wheelers and brass Model T’s to muscle cars and vintage sports cars. Our collections also include many trucks, motorcycles and even a vintage dirt track racer. The film industry looks to MCAAC members to provide vehicles for period movies.

The purpose of the Club is to bring together, in good fellowship, persons who are interested in the preservation, restoration and admiration of vehicles 25 years old and older.

MCAAC recognizes as “Club Cars” vehicles which are essentially as manufactured. Modifications for reasons of safety or other minor changes which do not significantly alter the appearance of the vehicle are acceptable.

The Club has a variety of activities throughout the year starting with the New Year’s Day Frost Bite Tour and including monthly meetings, the swap meet, garage hops, corn roast, other tours and dinners. These gatherings foster friendships which cross all generational lines. We take pride that most of our activities are geared to involve our families including toddlers, teens or octogenarians.

Any person of good character who wishes to enter into the fellowship of the MCAAC may join. Ownership of a qualifying vehicle is not a condition of membership, only an interest in the vehicles and related topics is necessary. Our members come from all walks of life.

Members receive the Club's monthly publication, the Sidemount Reporter. This magazine announces club activities, presents articles of interest to the membership and provides free want ads. A comprehensive lending library is available to members doing research or reading for pleasure. Club merchandise such as jackets, T shirts and caps is available to members at or near cost.

MCAAC general meetings are held monthly. If you are interested in membership we encourage you to come as a guest to one of our monthly meetings (see Events page for dates/location) or contact us for a
membership application form.


 

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