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What exactly is a Classic Car?

Peter Gariepy

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The Club defines CCCA Classics or Full Classic™ Cars as:


"...fine or unusual motor cars which were built between and including the years 1915 to 1948. (Some cars /series  recognized by the Club are currently being accepted/considered on a "Please Apply" basis due to custom coachwork etc ). All of these are very special cars which are distinguished by their respective fine design, high engineering standards and superior workmanship."


They were usually quite expensive when new with relatively low production figures. You won't find your Mom's '72 Plymouth Duster or your Grandfather's Model A Ford in the ranks of CCCA. We applaud other clubs who do recognize these cars and recognize that owning one can be a lot of fun, but they are not what CCCA is all about.


For a complete list of CCCA eligible vehicles.


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