Welcome to the Wayne-Pike Region ACAA

The aim of the AACA is the perpetuation of the pioneer days of automobiling by furthering the interest in and preserving of antique automobiles, and the promotion of sportsmanship and of good fellowship among all AACA members. The AACA uses the term “automobile” in a comprehensive sense to include all self-propelled vehicles intended for passenger use (cars, race vehicles, trucks, fire vehicles, motorcycles, powered bicycles, etc.). Similarly, the term includes various power sources, such as gasoline, diesel, steam and electric. The AACA exists to support the mutual interests of its members. It provides a comprehensive activities program which is available to all members and their families. The public is encouraged to take an interest in the organized activities, meets, and tours, however, direct participation is limited to AACA members.


Club History

The Wayne-Pike Region of the AACA was originally part of the Scranton Region AACA. In 1974 we split from the Scranton Region as the Wayne-Pike Chapter. In December 1988 we formally applied to National to become a region.

In February 1989 the Wayne-Pike Chapter AACA officially became the Wayne-Pike Region AACA. Some of the original members are still with us since we broke off from the Scranton Region and these people are called our Founding Fathers.
Our yearly car show was originally held in the Wayne County Fair Grounds each July. In 2010 we began holding our yearly July show at the Salem Masonic Grove Rt. 191 south of Hamlin, PA.