was founded in 1968 to bring together people who loved antique
cars and wanted to advance the hobby, bring in new members,
share their technical knowledge and display their automobiles
for all to enjoy.Our
membership is open to anyone who owns, restores or just loves
are typically held on the first Wednesday of each month (except
December) at the East Hampton Public Library, 105 Main St.,
East Hampton, CT at 7:30pm. Check this website for meeting updates
and any changes.
Pate of Glastonbury presented a very informative program about
Ford motorcars prior to the Model T. There were many
more models made from 1903 to 1909 than one might think! He
is the author of "Pate's Early Ford Automobile Encyclopedia",
a wonderful resource for historians of early motorcars. His
website is www.earlyfordcars.info.
King restored a WW1 Model T ambulance using as many original
parts as possible, and rebuilt the body to the original plans.
He brought it to France in 2015 for the 100th anniversary of
WW1 as a tribute to the many American volunteers who went to
France at their own expense to drive these ambulances and evacuate
500,000 soldiers over a 3 year period. More information may
be found at www.ambulance255.org.