History

In documents and artifacts maintained by Mr. L.G. Willis, the history of the Artesian City Car Club of Albany, Georgia can be traced to 1970.  The club was originally formed as the Antique Automobile Club of Albany.

In 1976, the name of the club appears to have changed to the Artesian City Region AACA of Albany (That's quite a mouthful). This is the earliest known affiliation with the Antique Automobile Club of America. Records indicate that the Artesian City Region AACA of Albany held their fourth annual car show at the Albany Mall on September 10, 1977. The show was the first recorded showing at the Albany Mall and was still connected with the National Pecan Festival.

As you can see, today's Artesian City Car Club is steeped in tradition. We've come a long way since 10 guys got together in 1970 and formed a car club.