Michigan Region of the Classic Car Club of AmericaFor more than 60 years we have been promoting the enjoyment & interest in Full Classic® cars by:
Providing historical, technical & reference information
Encouraging the availability of products & services for preservation & restoration
Sponsoring activities that provide opportunities for members to share interest & knowledge
What is a Full Classic Car?
The term ‘classic car’ can have many different and widely varying definitions – for example, vehicle registration, insurance, style, age, car clubs, etc. A common theme is an older car with enough historical interest to be collectable and is worth preserving or restoring rather than scrapping. Our car club, Classic Car Club of America, has a definition that is very strictly limited (see side bar):
For our club purposes, only certain models of particular vehicles built between 1915 and 1948 are recognized by CCCA as “Full Classics®” and therefore, eligible for display & judging in our activities.
To enjoy a slideshow of representative examples of the Full Classic® cars recognized by the Classic Car Club of America ‘click’ on the following image.
Classic Car Club of America defines a Full Classic® car…
“… as a “Fine” or “Distinctive” automobile, American or foreign built, produced between 1915 and 1948. Generally, a Classic was high-priced when new and was built in limited quantities. Other factors, including engine displacement, custom coachwork and luxury accessories, such as power brakes, power clutch, and ‘”one-shot” or automatic lubrication systems, help determine whether a car is considered to be a Classic.”
You can view, download and print the current list of CCCA Full Classic® cars – listed by marque, model and year of manufacture – by ‘clicking’ on the following button, which will take you to the CCCA website: