Olympic Vintage Auto Club
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Type Club
Industry Classic cars
Founded 1959
Founder(s) Unknown
Headquarters Bremerton, Washington
Key people Fred Sears, Sig Chrey
Product(s) N/A
Revenue N/A
Employees N/A
Divisions N/A
Website http://ovac.us/
Email su.cavo|retsambew-cavo#su.cavo|retsambew-cavo
Phone Unknown

The Olympic Vintage Auto Club is an organization for classic, vintage and antique car owners and enthusiasts in the Olympic Peninsula region of Washington.

About the club

The club was founded in 1959 as the Olympic Vintage Automobile Association, and changed its name to the Olympic Vintage Auto Club in the early 1960s after joining forces with the local Rally Masters car club.

Activities

The club holds meetings on the third Friday of each month at the West Sound Technical Skills Center in Bremerton.

In addition, it participates in car shows around the region and organizes a calendar of club events throughout the year including cruises, breakfast meetings, driving trips, show ‘n’ shines, pinics and holiday parties.

Since 1969 the club has hosted the annual Olympic Vintage Automobile Association Swap Meet at the Kitsap County Fairground, which is one of the largest automotive events in the county.

It regularly attracts hundreds of sellers and thousands of buyers from across the state, and raises funds for a number of local charities.

Key members

  • President: Fred Sears
  • Vice President: Sig Chrey
  • Secretary: Ruth Lindstrum
  • Treasurer: Conni Smith

Forthcoming events

None currently listed

See also

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

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