Pioneers in African American Auto History

February 1 – April 29, 2018. In salute of Black History Month, AACA Museum will present a history of the pioneering African-American community that contributed to the culture of the automobile industry. These men and women laid the foundation for others to pursue careers in such fields as franchised car dealers, designers, custom car builders, …

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Getting the Job Done – Vehicles that Earned Their Keep

Exhibit Sponsored by:   The focus of this exhibit will be on vehicles used in business pursuits, but not just trucks . . . business coupes designed for traveling salesmen, doctors coupe, jitney vans, pickup trucks and professional cars such as limousines, hearses, ambulances & much more! photo courtesy of Jay Crist The 1919 Walker Read More »

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Spirit of the Halloween Season

The AACA Museum features Black & Orange vehicles and hearses for the Halloween season! The AACA Museum is getting into the Halloween spirit!   We will be showcasing a variety of black vehicles in our main exhibit gallery along with two funeral hearses.We also have a special Trunk or Treat program for kids 12 and under Read More »

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National Corvette Restorers Society Exhibit

October 1, 2017 - April 18, 2018 Williams-Clyne Gateway Gallery at The AACA Museum, Inc. The new Williams-Clyne Gateway Gallery is now open with our first exhibit curated by Mr. Bill Sangrey, NCRS Archives Director. The final phase of the NCRS Gallery display is now on view and focused on newer performance models -  C3 Read More »

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Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) Vehicle Display

The Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) now has an ongoing display here at the AACA Museum, Inc. with the ability to share a variety of historically significant vehicles throughout the year with visitors to the Museum. The 1985 Modena Spyder or better know as "The Ferris Bueller Ferrari" will be on view from June 21 - Read More »

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