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  1. May 23 - October 12, 2015 Who is up for a summer Roadtrip! Remember the Wagon Queen Family Truckster from National Lampoon’s Vacation? How about Carol Brady’s Plymouth Satellite wagon from The Brady Bunch? Do you have fond memories as a kid of riding in the back of the Vista Cruiser with a picnic cooler on the way to a family outing? If you do, you’re not alone. We at the AACA Museum do, and are celebrating those days before minivans, SUVs and soccer moms, before GPS units replaced paper road maps and in-car entertainment systems replaced ‘spot the license plate’ games and such. Call them station wagons, suburbans, depot hacks, or shooting-breaks, the origin of these utility vehicles became prevalent in the teens and twenties, but became very popular in the Post War periods of the 1950s and 60s. As America developed into a two-car family, the station wagon became the workhorse, taking the kids to school and summer camp, hauling the dog to the vets and transporting groceries. Debuting in May 2015, “A Family Affair” will showcase both familiar and lesser known examples of station wagons and the impact they had on family life. The AACA Museum has compiled a ‘wish list’ of the following cars, and is eager to hear from individuals with such examples willing to loan their vehicles for display: • Volvo P1800ES/ PV544 or other • Citroen DS/Ami • Chevrolet Vega • Ford Pinto • AMC Pacer/Hornet/etc. • Ford County Squire • Chrysler Town & Country • 1984 Dodge Caravan/Plymouth Voyager • Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser • Chevrolet Corvair • Mercedes 300TD • Rolls-Royce/Bentley/Aston Martin Shooting Break • Fiat 128/131 etc. • Edsel • National Lampoon Family Vacation’s “Family Truckster” • Checker • Variety of Woodies • Volkswagen Squareback etc. • Dodge Aries/Plymouth Reliant • Custom Mustang/Corvette/Firebird/? conversion • Nash Rambler • Studebaker Wagonaire • SAAB 95 Check out our website for a list of confirmed vehicles for our Station Wagon exhibit: AACAMuseum.org/family-affair-station-wagons/
  2. The 8th Annual Cadillac & LaSalle Show is going to be held on the AACA Museum Grounds! This upcoming weekend Saturday, June 28th from 9AM – 2PM. All makes of Antique Cars are welcome! There will be peer judging,food and beverages available and trophies awarded in all classes- Courtesy of Kelly Cadillac. Automobile Registration is $15 per vehicle and includes a free admission to the AACA Museum. For general information and to register visit www.aacamuseum.org or Contact Art Archambeault, 1240 Pennsylvania Avenue, Harrisburg PA 17112. Email artarchambeault49@gmail.com or phone 717-557-6974 for more information. Address::cool: AACA Museum 161 Museum Drive Hershey, PA 17033
  3. Here's some information on the next car show coming up on the Museum's lawn! (Held by the Blue/Gray Chapter of the Oldsmobile Club of America) Calling all Oldsmobile, Buick and Pontiac Enthusiasts! TheBlue/Gray Chapter of the Oldsmobile Club of America invites you to join us forthe first ever -- Oldsmobile, Buick and Pontiac Classic and Antique AutomobileShow at the AACA Museum on Sunday, August 11th! Registration is from 10am until Noon. The show will run fromNoon to 3pm and awards will be presented at 3:30pm. Dash Plaques will be givento the first 20 cars along with goodie bags sponsored by Permatex, Armor All,STP, Fusick Automotive, Stoner Solutions, 303 Protectant and More! Registrationis $18 per vehicle and includes one complimentary admission to the AACA Museum. There will be door prizes and chances to win fantasticautomotive gift baskets and products along with special events during the show.There will be food available for both breakfast and lunch with "Fryers onTires" made to order menu items. Pre-Register at oldsmobile Click on HersheyShow Tab. Registration will also be held the day of the show. The AACA Museumwill be featuring a 110th Anniversary of Buick Exhibit until mid-October whichwill be available for viewing on the day of this show.
  4. NEW PROWLER LINK UPDATE: The eBay listing for the 2000 Prowler has been re-listed to clarify the condition of the vehicle as it relates to PA standards. Thank you! The AACA Museum is selling a 2000 Prowler with 25 miles on E-Bay. The proceeds of this sale will benefit the AACA Library and AACA Museum. The E-Bay Link is seen above...
  5. Hello - I do hope this is the right place to post! We went to the AACA Museum to see the muscle car display and to our surprise there was a great car show happening on the grounds. There was a fabulous display of Studebakers that we loved so I made a short video of this great collection. I assume these folks were all from the same club? We never usually see more than one or two Studebakers even at the large car shows. It was a great treat to see so many together. Enjoy! and thanks so much for bringing out your awesome cars to share.
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