Please note there will NOT be a business meeting in February or March. The next business meeting will hopefully take place in April, but stay tuned here for further updates. 


Now that 2020 is history we are starting to work on the 2021 Fall Meet in which Ken Gamble will be the Fall Meet Chairman and Jay Robertson will be his assistant. Pre-registration cards and other important information were mailed around the 19th of December 2020. If you do not receive your packet in the mail by January 20th, 2021 you should call 717-566-7720 or email [email protected] Click HERE for more detailed information for vendors.

ooking for information for the 2021 Meet? Check out the Eastern Fall Meet section of our website or the First Time Visitors Section in the top right of this page. Below you will find general information about the Hershey Region. Whatever you’re looking for, we hope to be able to assist! If you have specific questions, feel free to visit the Contact Us page and send us your question.

The Hershey Region of AACA is synonymous with the Eastern Fall Meet, which began in 1955. The meet takes place the first full week in October,  where you can visit over 9,000 vendors, view over 1,000 cars for sale in the car corral, and admire the approximately 1,200 cars at the car show on Saturday.

The Hershey Region consists of about one thousand members, with our headquarters located at the Chuck Wagon Lodge in Hershey. Even though preparations for the Fall Meet continue year round, we also schedule many events throughout the year for our region members, including a cruise night at the Lodge, a visit to Shady Maple Smorgasbord, and many others.  Check out our Photos page for pics of recent events!

Business meetings are held at the Chuck Wagon Lodge, 131 Museum Drive, in Hershey.

Hershey Region AACA is incorporated under the Pennsylvania Nonprofit Corporation Law, under section 501(c)3, for the purpose of sharing and preserving the common interest in and preserving of antique automobiles, education regarding antique automobiles, the preservation of automotive history, and the promotion of sportsmanship and good fellowship.