The Staten Island Region Antique Automobile Club of America, is truly the car Lovers car club.
Founded in 1974 as a region of the Antique Automobile Club of America, the Staten Island Region has been promoting the old car hobby, and helping the local community for nearly 40 years. SIRAACA is a 501 (c)(3) organization. The club is also member of the AACA
Our website is about the cars, old antique cars, used, but not abused, like this Chevrolet of course, many of the cars presented here, did look like this and now “Red Carpet” winners.
Annual happenings: February Atlantic City trip, to “Spring Dust Off” , to summer cruises at “Historic Richmond-town”, Freehold NJ., The Whiskey Café in NJ., 4th. July parade.
This free car show is to celebrate the National Collector Car Appreciation day.
The Fall Car Show (with flea market) The end of the year’s Christmas party at one of Staten Island’s finest restaurants, highlights the SIRAACA’S annual events.
The purpose of this website is to share the hobby, with more people than possible with local newsletters, meetings or even monthly nationally syndicated magazines. The reader will find related pictures, stories and articles.
– NEXT MEETING – MAY 2nd.
The February meeting is the 501th., and is scheduled for Tuesday the 7th., at 19:00, till 21:00 (7:00 PM till 9 PM), and will be held at the Staff House, located at 460 Brielle Ave.
Our 2017 car activities will start with the 11th. annual Spring Dust Off on April 23, 2017. (click on the 2 images to see the full size)
Test Your knowledge about these old cars.
This April’s question:
In 1927, John Willys dropped the Overland model name, which originated in 1902. What new nameplate was introduced to replace it?
The answer to(Q 123) can be found on the trivia questions page, (A 123)
People don’t have to attend meetings to enjoy the hobby. People in small, far away communities, who don’t have access to car-shows can see beautiful cars of yesteryear. We feature antique automobiles, hot rods, muscle cars, classic cars, brass cars of the early 1900, fire-engines, school buses. Personal pictures of those by-gone era roads also displayed. Such road is the “Mother Road” (RT66) A big part of it is still in use. Alongside there are graveyards of old automobiles that used to use it on a regular basis.
Take a few minutes and check out the pages of this “Award of Excellence” winner web site. We are sure you will find them interesting and informative. Thank You for visiting our site! We hope you will enjoy the pages.
When driving, …don’t get distracted! keep your eyes on the road! Pleasant cruising
THE DECEASED 5800 INNOCENT VICTIMS
You are the driver to have cruised these pages since February 1, 1999.
This web site was created by, Frank Nathanson, (web master).
It’s being updated, and maintained by Frank Nathanson.
It was published on February 1, 1999.
Last update: 12:34:56 04/22/2017