2020 Marian Welch Award
From the beginning of his membership, Mike realized the importance of preserving Brass Era car history. He has served the club as a member of both regional and national boards as well as national president.
Although Mike is constantly working on restoring his own cars, he still takes time to help Brass Era car owners with challenges they may have from part restoration to roadside assistance during tours.
Mike is truly a person who exemplifies a life of service to our hobby.
Are you looking for old copies of The Gazette?
Copies of The Horseless Carriage Club Gazette from 1938 – 1973 can be now be read online or downloaded from the non profit website named Internet Archive. www.archive.org
Click the View Past Gazettes button below to go directly to the website.
Touring The Outback
Russell and Chris Holden conquered the Australian Outback in their 1910 Maytag-Mason during the National 1 & 2 cylinder Tour in Charleville – Outback Queensland.
That was some extreme touring!
Have you been on a tour lately? Share your pictures with the members.
Photos can be emailed to the webmaster email@example.com. The best ones will be shared on the website.
We look forward to you joining us at these events in 2021!
34th New London to New Brighton Antique Car Run
August 11th – 14th New London, Minnesota
California Wine Country Roads Tour
August 19th – 22nd California Wine Country
61st Air Capital Tour
September 3rd to 6th Junction City, Kansas
Lansing to Dearborn Run
September 9th – 10th Dearborn, Michigan
Recently Sold Cars
HCCA is the #1 automotive classified advertising platform for car owners seeking to buy or sell brass era cars and parts. Here is a sampling of cars recently sold through our website.
1910 Buick Model 17
Sold in 1 day on HCCA.org
1915 Ford Model T Speedster
Sold in days on HCCA.org
1916 OwenMagnetic O-36
Sold in hours on HCCA.org
About Our Club
In essence, all automobiles are Horseless Carriages, but HCCA has defined the Horseless Carriage as any pioneer gas, steam and electric motor vehicle built or manufactured prior to January 1, 1916.
Who Can Join HCCA?
Membership in this organization is open to anyone interested in this unique era and does not require the member to own a pre-1916 automobile. HCCA Regional Groups and HCCA Registers of specific types or makes are located throughout the world. Many of the HCCA Regional Groups also welcome post 1915 vintage automobiles on their tours.
It is the goal of the Horseless Carriage Club to preserve originality or restore these automobiles to their original condition, use them for their original purpose of driving and completing tours, and promote the preservation of their historical value.
Children and adults are fascinated even today, as they were in the early days, at the uniqueness, charm and character exemplified by these historic vehicles.
Don’t Miss a Beat!
Relationships, community, pride of ownership, memories…
Join The Horseless Carriage Club of America today!