The 2023 Experience

The 2023 event will take place from June 2-4, 2023.

We cannot wait to see you again soon!


Registration and more information coming soon.

One Perfect Day: The Classic Car Club of America at the Gilmore

The Classic Car Club of America Museum is featured at in their "One Perfect Day" series.

The article is titled, "One Perfect Day: The Classic Car Club of America Museum at The Gilmore," and is accompanied by a 25 minute video., which is really worth watching.

Here is the video. You won't be disappointed!

The Grand Re-Opening Celebration of the CCCA Museum a Smashing Success

Saturday, August 28, 2021 will be long remembered by the 160 plus attendees to the festivities as an amazing day to celebrate the long awaited expansion and new ways of exhibiting some of the finest automobiles ever made. My congratulations to the Museum Board for a perfect day of celebration that included documented stories by museum members and their memories of touring, restoring and becoming an important community member to the CCCAM. Thanks to Hemmings for collecting these recollections as well as documenting the entire weekend of events. More ...

Remembering William "Bill" Davis

As we mourn the passing of our dear friend William "Bill" Davis, we remember his many contributions to all of us. He was President of the Classic Car Club of America and a founding member of the CCCA Museum. His wisdom will be with us forever. We are linking you to some Bill Davis history to see some of what he has done for us all.

Bill Davis Receives the 2011 Lee Iacocca Award

Museum Musings

The CCCA Museum’s extraordinary collection of nearly 700 mascots has been individually photographed and is now available for viewing on our website here . This collection was generously donated in 1996 and 1998 by CCCA charter member, Marvin Tamaroff.

It was an Englishman who first thought of a mascot for his vehicle. On the dash of his 1896 four-cylinder Daimler, Lord Montagu of Beaulier placed a bronze statuette of St. Christopher, patron saint of travelers. The mascot idea quickly caught fire... More...

Museum Musings is now a regular feature by our Executive Director, Don Desmett. His installments tell about the latest Museum happenings and events