The Classic Car Club of America exists because of people. As great as the cars may be, they cannot celebrate themselves; for that, people are required.
The shared passion for wonderful automobiles is what brings Classic People together – the genuine friendships that continue to develop are what keep them involved. For more than 60 years, many committed people have given significant amounts of their time and support to make the Classic Car Club of America the great club it is today. It would take volumes to list every man and woman who have made notable contributions to the club. Here are just a few of the wonderful CCCA’s Classic People. Join the CCCA and Be Part of History!
Legendary automotive artist and honorary member of the Classic Car Club of America, Art Fitzpatrick.
Beverly Rae Kimes
Former CCCA Editor, Beverly Kimes had a mission to share her love of automobile history with the rest of the world.
Mr. William “Bill” Davis, of Charleston, West Virginia, was presented the 2011 Lee Iacocca Award at the Glenmoor Gathering.
Chris Bock, past president and CCCA National Board member, presents a wise and knowledgable presence to current 2020 Board.
Edward Herrman was known as a “car guy” who happened to be an actor. He was prone to Packard’s having owned several.
Jules M. Heumann
CCCA member and renowned Chairman Emeritus of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance Jules Heumann.
Katie dedicated much of her life and energy to the success of our club and was a friend to all Classic Car Club members.
Leo Gephart, considered by many to be the “father” of the collector car auction business, passed away on April 16, 2015.
CCCA Member, Margaret Dunning of Plymouth, Michigan, has been featured with her Packard 740 roadster many times.
Current CCCA Board President, Steve Babinsky helped to originate Pebble Beach’s preservation divisions in 1998.
Tom Sutphen was widely known and respected in the fire-fighting industry. He loved sharing his collection that included many fine Full Classics.