New York motor fans to view vintage cars

June 11, 2013 by  

Later this month, the Vintage Chevrolet Club of America’s (VCCA) Queens County Region will be hosting its 2013 area meet in Lawrence, New York on Long Island. There will be judges on hand to rate vehicles, though participants must be a registered VCCA and there is a fee for displaying your car. Spectators are welcome, and there is no admission fee for perusing the cars.

Any make of car is welcome for display, but all cars must be at least 25 years old, so made in 1987 or earlier, in order to be displayed. Classics, antiques, customs, and even trucks and rods are welcome. Those who wish to have their cards judged can pre-register for this, and there is a $35 fee. Anyone is welcome to put a vehicle on display the day of for a fee of $10.

The Queen’s County Region VCCA was founded in 2001, and its first director was Warren Kroe. The group consists of people who are interested in restoring and displaying vintage automobiles. Members do not necessarily have to own vintage cars themselves. These beliefs are in line with those of the national VCCA organization.

Organizers for this VCCA event may want to turn to printing companies to help with advertising for the June 23 meet. Using printed advertising materials, such as flyers and promotional posters, is a good way to promote the event and draw in more vintage car enthusiasts even in areas that are not as close to Lawrence, like Wantagh or Manhasset.

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