Antique & Classic Car Club of Canada Upper Canada Region


UPPER CANADA REGION CONTACTS

      President-    Bob Osborne  613-398-0741      Vice Pres.-  Lynn Myers       613-634-1458
  Membership-  Carol Osborne 613-398-0741      Secretary - Peter Scott         613-354-9389 
UCR National Rep./Website/Newsletter Editor- Al Robinson 613-476-7758


Name Tags/Plaques/UCR Store Items- Garry Botting 613-966-4648 
 Flea Market Vendor Contact/Secretary-                Peter Scott    613-354-9389 

The Antique and Classic Car Club Of Canada is always looking to make new Friends.
Do you like Antique Vehicles? Our Members are always looking for new Members who 
are interested in the restored to original or original vehicles 20 years or older. We like to share our passion with car people. The people in all of our Regions are just as interesting as their cars. There are many Regions, just check our National Website, and pick a Region close to you. 
          Just click on www.acccc.ca 

Our National Magazine 
"The Reflector" keeps our Members
informed of all kinds of Activities.
The Monthly Newsletter from each
Region keeps everyone in the loop.
                            Our Clubhouse in Odessa at the Fairgrounds
Click here to check some great stuff.  

http://www.partsgeek.com/mmparts/automobiles_of_the_early_20th_century.html




This link is thanks to Alex J. from Portland Oregon. Alex is always checking online articles and is learning about the Automotive Industry and History and wanted to share this link with everyone. Alex has a great Teacher who has started the year out with some special projects. Thanks Alex from the Antique & Classic Car Club of Canada.









Garry & Gail Botting are your Upper Canada Region Contacts for Club stores   613-966-4648
Thanks to the Cruizers Car Club 
out in Washington (USA)

Our club has been holding weekly car talks each month that are open to the public. They've been a big hit, and I'm surprised at how many younger kids have been showing up!

I've had a few questions about the classics from the teens (I guess classic cars are popular with them again?) so we wanted to talk about the history of them.

One of the kids in the group showed me this classic car guide - we all loved it!:

Classic Cars 101
CHECK THE LINK BELOW

http://www.titlemax.com/articles/classic-cars-101/
CHECK OUT THE LINKS  HERE AND FURTHER DOWN THE PAGE
Year End Party
Upper Canada Region's
Annual General Meeting
SAMPLE TICKET
Contact Mary Smithson for your Tickets
For Our AGM    613-384-8859