Buick Club Of America
Type Club
Industry Classic cars
Founded 1966
Founder(s) Greg Field, John and Barb Gerstkemper
Headquarters Columbus OH
Key people Brian DePouli, Kevin Kinney
Product(s) N/A
Revenue N/A
Employees N/A
Divisions N/A
Website http://buickclub.org
Email moc.loa|eciffobulckciub#moc.loa|eciffobulckciub
Phone 614-472-3939

The Buick Club of America is a national organization for classic car collectors who specialize in vehicles built by the Buick Motor Division of General Motors.

About the club

The club was founded in 1966 and is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of classic Buick cars. It has over 8,000 members worldwide, including all 50 U.S states and more than 25 countries.

The club has 74 local chapters throughout the United States, along with nine regional chapters and seven specialist divisions focusing on specific models and periods.


Along with a wide variety of regional car shows and events organized by local groups, the club also hosts an annual National Meet which features a wide variety of shows, competitions, driving tours, social events, auctions and other activities.

It also publishes ‘The Buick Bugle’, a monthly magazine featuring articles, club news, information on local chapters, classified adverts and a calendar of forthcoming events.

Local chapters

Main article: List of regional and local Buick Club of America chapters

Key members

  • President: Brian DePouli
  • Vice President: Kevin Kinney
  • Treasurer: Bill Stoneberg
  • Secretary: Kris Srydal

Forthcoming events

2012 Buick Club of America 500 National Meet at Concord, NC. www.buickclub.org/2012

See also

Main article: Classic cars
Main article: List of classic car collectors' clubs and societies

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