The Music City Region AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) was founded in June 2014 by a core group of AACA members who realized that the Nashville, Tennessee/Davidson county metropolitan area was not represented by the AACA, a 60,000+ member organization with over 400 chapters nationwide.


The Music City Region AACA is open to all car enthusiasts, no matter your age or what you drive:  import, domestic, stock, modified, car or truck. We are a family friendly club that promotes, participates in, and organizes various events that have a broad appeal for “children of all ages”. 


YOU DO NOT HAVE TO OWN AN ANTIQUE OR VINTAGE CAR TO BE AN AACA MEMBER! CHECK OUT OUR MEMBER'S RIDES PAGE TO SEE WHAT WE MEAN.


We encourage our members to participate in local car shows, cruise-ins, swap meets, and especially events that benefit a local charity put on by our club or other organizations. We produce several events each year that are huge fundraisers, including the KARS4KIDS Show benefitting the Tennessee Baptist Children’s Home in Brentwood and the Meals for Wheels Show for the Bellevue United Methodist Church’s food pantry. We participate in several other regional AACA club’s shows and events as volunteers, and we try to plan one “Music City event” for our members each quarter to visit a place of interest, some car related, some not, and other activities as well.


We feel that not only should we represent Music City USA (and our hobby) in all we do, but we should give back to the community through locally based fund raising and participation in local, regional and national events, while keeping in mind our main objectives… having FUN and sharing our passion for automobiles.


Being under the powerful AACA umbrella grants us credibility and promotional opportunities available only through the AACA.
All Music City Region AACA members must be National AACA members.  It’s simple to join by clicking Become a Member.   As a member of the AACA (and the Music City AACA), you will receive the superb ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILE magazine and newsletters from both the National AACA and the Music City AACA.  Please take a moment to click on the Become a Member page to see all the details.

National AACA members can join as many regional chapters as they like, permitting collaboration on multi-club events among our regionally based chapters, aiding in the promotion of the car culture we all love.
Please let us know if you have any questions, so that we might steer you in the right direction, and we hope you will join the fun and the Music City Region AACA, your Nashville AACA club!

 

2019 Meeting & Events Schedule

Music City AACA Club Dinner Meetings
are held at

CORKY’s BBQ in Brentwood.
CORKY’S is located at 

100 Franklin Road,

Brentwood, TN 37027
Phone: 615.373.1020

 

2019 Meeting Schedule 

Tuesday, February 12

Tuesday, April 9

Tuesday, June 11

Tuesday, August 13

Tuesday, October 8

 

NO MEETING IN DECEMBER

 

The Board will meet at 6:15 pm
(all members and guests are welcome)
with the Club Meeting starting at 6:45 pm.

Best time to arrive is between 5:45 and 6:30 pm.

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About Us

Music City AACA 2019 Board Members

 

Paul Collins – President
pcollins@sullivanengineering.com

615-642-5822

 

Richard Berg – Treasurer
rberg@rbergandassociates.com

615-480-8542

 

Randy Shemin – Secretary
randyshemin@gmail.com
615-646-7815 or 615-604-9075

 

George Dodd – At-Large Member

georgeleejrdodd@bellsouth.net

615-347-9225

 

 

From The National AACA...

Since 1935, the AACA has had one goal: The preservation and enjoyment of automotive history of all types. From National Meets and Tours to Regional events, the AACA is here to bring enthusiasts together through exciting National activities, friendship, and Antique Automobile… an award winning 100-page full color magazine.

 

We’re glad you found us. Stay and “nose” around our website and forums. We have something for everyone. You don’t have to own a vehicle or know how to turn a wrench. You can be involved at any level you wish. Whether it’s joining our judging teams, doing research in our vast library, or taking the family through the excitement of a National Meet or Tour, the possibilities are endless. So, spend time with us and others sharing your passion. Join up. It’s less than the price of a tank of gas and lasts all year. Get behind the wheel of the AACA. We know that you’re going to love the ride.

 

www.aaca.org

 

October 26th - Franklin, TN: The ELKS Lodge #72 presents the 9th Annual SPOOKS & SPOKES Car, Truck & Bike Show 

at The ELKS Lodge located at 485 Oak Meadow Drive (off S. Royal Oaks Blvd. just south of Hwy. 96 near Home Depot) in Franklin. 

Show is open to all cars, trucks, motorcycles and specialty vehicles. Registration is $20 per vehicle from 9 am to noon. 

Top 25, Specialty and Best of Show awards presented by 3 pm.  Dash plaques for first 75. 

All paved parking. Rain or shine!   Food available with indoor seating.  No charge for spectators.

Net proceeds benefit the food bank at GraceWorks Ministries serving Williamson County. Non-perishable food and donations accepted.     

More info? Please contact:  Paul Collins at 615-642-5822 or pcollins@sullivanengineering.com