Classic Car Club of America Museum

You are invited to Join and Visit us on the campus of the Gilmore Car Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan.


Plans to establish the Classic Car Club of America’s Museum at the Gilmore Car Museum first germinated in 1984, with the original building being dedicated in June of 1987. A historic two-story barn dating from the 1890s, originally located only a few minutes from the museum, was disassembled, relocated and rebuilt on the Gilmore site, and today is known as the “Barrett Barn.” Initial funding for the building project was provided by the co-founder of the renowned Barrett-Jackson Auction of Scottsdale, Arizona, Thomas W. Barrett III.

The CCCA Museum displays several “Full Classic” automobiles and over 700 mascots, part of the Marvin Tamaroff Mascot Collection donated in 1996.



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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.