The NB Antique Auto Club Inc. (NBAAC) was
founded on September 18, 1966, when approximately 32 people met in Harvey
Station, NB where officers were elected, a club name was chosen and duties were
We welcome members from New Brunswick, from
other provinces and from across the border.
The NBAAC is a ‘not for profit’
organization open to anyone with an interest in the hobby; owning an antique
vehicle is not a requirement for membership.
Dues are $30.00 per calendar year.
Memberships received after November 1st will be accepted for
the following year.
The club magazine “Wheeltracks”, which is
published quarterly, includes reports from the regions, stories of members and
their vehicles, up-coming events, and lots of pictures. The “Club Roster”,
which lists all current members and their vehicles, is distributed with the
fall issue of Wheeltracks. We also have
a student scholarship program for
members, their children and grandchildren.
The club is divided into seven regions:
Fundy, Lower Valley, Northeast, Northwest, Passamaquoddy, Southeast, and Upper
Valley (see map below). Each region
elects its own slate of officers: Area Director, Secretary, Treasurer, etc.,
and holds monthly meetings. They
organize local tours, cruises, car shows and other social events and often
raise money for local charities.
Executive meetings are called by the
President throughout the year and are attended by the elected officers together
with the Area Directors and representatives of any committees. We hold annual spring and fall provincial
meetings where members are able to voice concerns and officers are elected.
Annual NBAAC events currently include: Provincial Tour (usually a week, destination
may be out-of-province), Sussex Flea Market (General
and Automotive – with
almost 1,000 vendors – always the weekend of the 3rd Saturday in August), and a
4-day Provincial Jamboree.
NB Antique Auto Club Inc. is a
of the National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada
(NAACC). The NAACC is a non-profit
organization that has been in operation since 1969. It is staffed by volunteers and is comprised of antique and
special interest automobile clubs dedicated to preserving the collector car
hobby in Canada. The NAACC works on
behalf of all enthusiasts to protect our right to own and drive our collector
vehicles throughout our province and the country. www.naacc.ca