The next meeting will be the Annual Meeting on Thursday November 13 at 6:30 pm. at Frank Keller and Phil Doty's garage. All members are welcome. In addition to the monthly agenda, this is the annual planning meeting. Please share your thoughts regarding events you'd like to participate in next year.
Did you miss the tours this past summer? Don't miss any more. Do you know where your name tags are? Pin them on, bring a guest, get your car out of the garage and join us on many of the tours we have planned this season. See the calendar of events for both local and national events.
Last year's Progressive Dinner started with coffee and pastries at Frank Keller's home.
Usually the cars recognized as "CCCA Classics" were built in limited production numbers and were quite expense when new. As a group, they represent the pinnacle of engineering, styling and design for their era. While it is desireable to have a sincere interest in these fine automobiles, it is not a requirement to own a CCCA Classic to enjoy membership in the Club.
We have added a section for technical articles. we're starting with a home version of Liquid Wrench, believed to be more effective. Check it out.
Also, we have recently posted the current Colorado laws for registering and titling collector cars.
Please see the Calendar of Events link for the next opportunities to get your car out and drive it. This month several members are showing Classics or other special interest cars at Morgan Adams Concours D'Elegance. Click here for information or tickets to the event.
See pictures of past events to recall the good times we enjoyed so far this year and prior years. You can access many interesting automotive related sites on the Internet by visiting our Links page for information on other not-for-profit clubs and organizations who honor the Classic Car (r). See below for an explanation/introduction to the summary of the Colorado region's response to the recent survey conducted by the National Club. The Colorado region chose to purchase a summary of just our region. Click here to see the report: Introduction and Survey.