CCCA Museum Experience

CCCA Museum 
Experience American Luxury
June 3-5, 2022

Register now to Experience American Luxury

Host Hotel - Make your reservations at Hilton Garden Inn 303 N Rose St., Kalamazoo
Call 269-382-4000 or click here to reserve on-line.  Use code CCC for discounted room rate of $149 (plus tax and parking)

Friday, June 3 we welcome a tour from the ACD Museum in Auburn, Indiana, where regional clubs from Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and other Midwest clubs will gather on Thursday, June 2 for an evening cocktail reception and Museum tour.
In the late afternoon, we unveil the recent restoration of the Museum’s 1933 Weymann American Bodied Stutz DV-32. It’s a stunning car and a jewel in the CCCAM Permanent Collection.  Afterwards, cocktails are available on the new Katie Robbins Plaza followed by a delicious BBQ dinner near the Museum. 
Saturday Morning a driving tour will leave from the CCCA Museum to visit Bill Parfet's stunning collection as well as an amazing architectural gem in Battle Creek. The day tour will return to the Museum for a session  about great American automotive design with retired GM designer, Dick Ruzzin. The day will end with the annual CCCAM Banquet at the Radisson Hotel, in downtown Kalamazoo.
Sunday, June 5 is the main event, with our Classic Car Show and awards on the Grounds of Gilmore Car Museum. Judging starts at 9am and awards and Winners Parade at 2:30.
Other special events include:

  • Mascot sculpturing for children and adults with Western Michigan University artist
  • Rides on the Museum Grounds in Full Classics
  • Jazz music by  JDQ – The Josiah DeNooyer Quartet
  • Cigar Rolling of fine Dominican cigars
  • Michigan Craft Distillery tastings and exquisite craft bourbons
  • On-site lunch for all registered participants

Be sure to see the 2022 Temporary Exhibition entitled Experiencing American Luxury of the Harlem Renaissance, showcasing the amazing cultural history driven by the Great Migration of the early 1920’s. Highlights will include video of Bill “BoJangles” Robinson’s great tap dancing in movies, some with child star Shirley Temple, and his 1935 Duesenberg Model JN costumed with Bohman & Schwartz bumpers, headlamps, and parking lights. The car was carefully restored and loaned to the CCCAM especially for this exhibit by Rob Hilarides of Visalia, CA.


CCCA Museum Grand Experience PDF


Meet the New President of the CCCA Museum: Candace (Robbins) Haag

Some of you may remember my mother Katie Robbins. She announced as President of CCCA 40 years ago the development of the CCCA Museum.
It is with sense of honor and humility that I accepted the position of President of the Museum at the beginning of this year.
As Katie stated: “It is an exciting time for the CCCA, a new purpose, an opportunity to endow a legacy from the past, our beloved Classic Cars to the future.”
Thanks Katie, you are right, and that is exactly what we plan to do.
Please make plans to join us June 3-5 2022 and Experience American Luxury at our expanded museum.
Details can be found on the cccamuseum.org website.