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The Checker Car Club of America, Inc. was organized to promote interest in Checker automobiles.  It is our mission to educate owners and the public on their history, style, usefulness and uniqueness.  Note:  Many Checkers used the same basic engine as the Kaisers and Frazers.  They also used the Willys Overhead Cam 230 engine, a derivative of the Kaiser 226-6 engine.

KFOCI - The Kaiser-Frazer Owner's Club International  is the original club organized for all Kaiser, Frazer, Henry-J,
Kaiser Darrin and Kaiser-Willys automobiles.

The Antique Automobile Club of America, founded in 1935, is the world's largest automotive historical society with over 60,000 members and 400 regional clubs worldwide. The AACA is dedicated to perpetuating the memories of early automobiles by encouraging their history, collection and use.

Kaiser Darrin Owner's Roster.  A database of information about these cars and tracks the whereabouts of them.

Kaiser-Frazer Michigan Region Club of KFOCI

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The purpose of the International Edsel Club is to bring together those who have an
interest in Edsels, their repair and preservation

Mid-State Jeepster Association

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Hudson-Essex-Terraplane Club, Inc.

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The National Firebird & T/A Club was founded in 1984 in Chicago to serve the interests of Firebird owners throughout North America. The club offers, magazines, technical advice, member recommendations on service, body and parts sources, registration of your Firebird and FREE member classified ads that appear in the EAGLE magazine.

Established in 1971, The Oldsmobile Club of America covers all phases of the
Oldsmobile collector car hobby. If it's antique, special interest or performance
Oldsmobile related -- you'll find it under the Oldsmobile Club of America banner.

For those interested in the Nash Automobiles, related automobiles and their history. Family oriented activities. Advisor service and travel assistance offered.

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Made in the USA, the Crosley Super Sport is classified as a milestone car. It was the first production model sports car to be built in the USA.

The National DeSoto Club invites everyone with an interest in DeSoto to join the club. Joining helps support Homepage DeSoto, and the NDC's many other efforts to promote and preserve the DeSoto automobile.

The purpose of the Antique Studebaker Club is "to encourage and promote the acquisition, restoration, and maintenance of all Antique Studebaker vehicles produced through the 1946 model year and M-series trucks produced through the 1948 model year".

The Packard Club is dedicated to preserving originality in the products and history of The Packard Motor Car Company, a company which manufactured one of the greatest marques in world history

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