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You have arrived at the new internet home of the Waynesboro-Staunton Region AACA.

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Look over our Home page, and then use the Menu bar above to explore our site and learn more about our friendly region.  The “About” tab will get you up-to-speed on the Region, and the “Activities” tab will take you to our Calendar of events.

Below are some scenes from the October Tour & Meeting at the Wood Grill in Harrisonburg

  • Some of the cars traveling the back roads on the tour from Verona to the Wood Grill.

Below are some scenes from this year’s Hershey Flea Market & Car Corral

  • Calm before the storm - W-S Region chocolate field flea market spaces in the early hours.

Welcome to the new website home of the Waynesboro-Staunton Region AACA!

   If you are a visitor, please take a few minutes to look at our site.  We hope you will find items of interest and consider becoming a member. You do not need to own an antique vehicle to become an AACA member!  To find out more about membership in the Antique Automobile Club of America, as well as the Waynesboro-Staunton Region, just click on the “Membership Info” tab on the menu bar above.

   Our region usually meets the 3rd Sunday of each month for dinner, a business meeting, and a program or an activity.  Tours and picnics are typically planned during warmer weather.  Visitors and guests are always welcome!  For a schedule of our activities, as well as other AACA activities, click on the “Activities” tab above.

Below – A look back to our region’s origins.

Waynesboro-Staunton Region AACA

The above photo was taken in Waynesboro, Virginia, in August, 1950, at one of the first meets of the Waynesboro-Staunton Region AACA. On the back of the picture is written, “The ladies line up and look pretty before leaving for Coyner Springs.”  Awards were given for the “Best Dressed Little Girl,” “Best Dressed Lady,” and “Best Dressed Little Boy.”

Website Last updated: October 16, 2017
For questions concerning this website contact: Scott Gregory, Webmaster