TRUNK OR TREAT” AT THE AACA MUSEUM IN HERSHEY
Saturday, October 25 from 12-3 PM
Hershey, PA (September 9, 2014) Calling all zombies, witches, and wizards! Come join the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum in Hershey for the annual “Trunk or Treat” extravaganza. Admissions is just $5 per person on October 25th, and kids 12 and under are invited to participate in the “Trunk or Treat” program.
SPANNING A-TO-Z AND A CENTURY OF AUTOMOTIVE HISTORY, DIVERSE COLLECTIONS HEADLINE RM’S ANNUAL HERSHEY SALE
• A feature attraction of the AACA Eastern Division Fall Meet, RM Auctions’ two-day Hershey sale returns October 9 – 10, featuring more than 160 automobiles, a pair of boats and select memorabilia
• Sale headlined by two private collections: The Cars of John Moir, featuring the A-to-Z Collection, and the Jeffrey Day Collection
• Full event information and a frequently updated list of entries available online at www.rmauctions.com
The World Races to Hershey for the AACA Eastern Divisional Fall Meet
The Antique Automobile Club of America and the Hershey Region AACA Invites
All Car Enthusiasts to the Largest Antique Car Show in the World Oct. 8-11, 2014
The World Races to Hershey for the AACA Eastern Divisional Fall Meet Antique Automobile Club of America Hosts Largest Antique Car Show in World Oct. 8 to 11, 2014
Hershey, PA. Hershey Region and the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) welcome antique and collectible car enthusiasts from all over the world to Hershey, PA, for the Eastern Divisional Fall Meet, October 8 to 11, 2014. Admission to the public for all events is free. Visit our flea market with 3,000 vendors, wander among the 1,200+ vintage cars on display and experience the Car Corral where almost 1,000 antique cars will be up for sale. The show is open dawn to dusk, Wed. thru Sat.
It is difficult to imagine, but by the time John and Horace Dodge introduced their own car to the public in 1914, they were already among the largest and most experienced automakers in the world. The two brothers were inseparable and started at an early age working and learning skills in their father’s machine shop, and moved on to become expert machinists and steam boiler engineers. By 1897 they had designed and created a much-needed sealed ball bearing for bicycles and started their own bicycle plant, the “Evans & Dodge Bicycle Company”. After selling the company for the princely sum of $7500 (plus royalties for the bearing design), a new Dodge Brothers company opened its doors and began manufacturing automobile parts, including automobile engines for Ransom E. Olds, founder of Oldsmobile. After delivering a number of reliable engines to Olds, orders soon included Oldsmobile transmissions as well. By 1903 Dodge Brothers were one of the largest suppliers to the automotive industry. 100 Years of Dodge will celebrate the ingenuity, spirit, and style of Dodge vehicles throughout the decades in an exciting exhibit this fall at the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum.
Join us for the 4th Annual Matchbox Toy show at the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum, for the kid in all of us! The Diecast Toy Exchange is again hosting a Matchbox Collector’s show here at the AACA Museum on Sunday, September 21 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. The event will allow visitors the opportunity to begin collecting Matchbox or adding to their Matchbox collection. Vendors will be selling matchbox cars that were produced from the early 1950’s all the way through to present day releases. To support this event, the AACA Museum is offering $5.00 admission (more than half off the regular admission price) to encourage everyone to attend this one-day show.