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Photos of the Oregon CCCA Grand Classic held at Forest Grove


The July Board Meeting Minutes are now posted. You can see them HERE

If you missed Larry's blast here's the July Brake Cables

Looking for a "Full Classic" check out our Classifieds

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"Featured Club Car"

George Chobin's 1937 Packard Super 8 Convertible Coupe

A bit of history on George's 1937 Packard. It was sold new in San Francisco. I found it in 1960  in Sacramento (less engine) and bought it for $70.00. Over the next 25 years between working and raising a family I managed to get it mostly restored. Then came a divorce and Larry Douroux bought it, sold it to Vern Howell who sold it to George Chobin. George did a full restoration on it where it now resides in his basement.


by John Mitchell

If you know someone with a Classic Car or a keen interest in Classics, please introduce them to our club by encouraging them to come to an event or dinner meeting. Also, invite them to visit our website:

Take a trip back through time.

This wonderful book is available through the Classic Car Club of America

Classic Car Club of America is a non-profit organization chartered in the State of New York for the development, publication and interchange of technical, historical and other information for and among members and other persons who own or are interested in fine or unusual foreign or domestic motor cars built between and including the years 1925 through 1948, but including cars built before 1925 that are virtually identical to 1925 Full ClassicsTM and distinguished for the respective fine design, high engineering standards and superior workmanship, and to maintain references upon and encourage the maintenance restoration and preservation for all such Classic Cars.

The purposes for which a Region is chartered by the National Club are: The furthering of the ideas and ideals reflected by the By-Laws of the National Club in a specific Regional area and to provide Regional activities for the National members in this area.