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I will be attending the National Spring Meet in New Jersey in May.  This will be my first event.  I have some questions about the classes.  I have a 1933 D1 International pickup.  I am  considering registering in  classes 19B (classic vehicles, specifically named, 1932-1933), 20B (production vehicles 1932-1933) and 22B (Commercial Vehicles, load capacity under 1 ton 1928-1942).  Can anyone explain the advantages/disadvantages of these classes so I can decide which one to enter?

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I'm sure someone else will have a better answer then me, but I'll take a shot :)


Class 19B states:

"Specified Classic Vehicles. Specifically named fine or unusual domestic or foreign automobiles primarily built between and including the years 1925 and 1942. Applications for additional vehicles to be added to the existing list of accepted vehicles must be submitted in writing, along with any accompanying factory documentation, to the VP Judging for review by the Specified Class Committee (SCC), that will make a recommendation to the Judging Committee. The name and address of the VP Judging can be found in each issue of the “Antique Automobile”. Always check AACA Headquarters for the most current listing of accepted vehicles in this class."


Would your pickup fit into a "fine or unusual" vehicle?


Also, is it set up as a Commercial Vehicle?  Or is it for personal use?


If neither of those two fit, then 20B might work for you :)

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Your vehicle, like all vehicles, belongs in one particular class.  Your vehicle does not fit the definition of Class 19B. If it were a car rather than a Pickup truck, it would belong in Class 20B. In the case of a 1933 Pickup truck, it belongs in Class 22B.

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I would appreciate if someone would explain Class 19....what is meant by 'specifically named'.

Is Packard and Cadillac the specific names, or is it referring to LeBaron, Holbrook, etc. as the specific names.

I do not see a classification for custom bodied cars.


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Your Internatinal Truck is not specifically named in that class.


Specifically named means they are listed in the class description:


Alfa-Romeo, Alvis, Auburn 8 and V12
Bentley, Bugatti, Buick Lancefield
(Series 90, 1931-1942), Buick Limited
(Series 90, 1931-1942), Cadillac,
Chrysler (1931-1933 Imperial Models
CG, CH, CL, CQ), Chrysler (1930-
1942 Derham and LeBaron), Cord,
Cunningham, Darracq, Daimler,
Delage, Delahaye, Diana (1925-
26), Duesenberg, DuPont, Franklin,
Hispano-Suiza, Horch, Invicta,
Isotta-Fraschini, Lagonda, Lancia,
LaSalle, Lincoln (not Zephyr), Lincoln
Continental (thru 1948), Marmon
16, Marmon (Model 88 and Big
8), Maybach, Mercedes, Mercer,
Minerva, Nash (1932 990 Series),
Nash (1940 Saknoffski Cabriolet),
Packard Darrin 120 Series 1938-1942,
Packard (except Models 110, 115C,
120, Clipper), Pearless 8 cylinder,
Pearless V16, Pierce Arrow, Railton,
Rolls Royce, Ruxton, Rohr, Stutz,

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