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The HFRAACA is a club of automotive hobbyists who strive "to promote friendship of people interested in antique autos, to promote public interest and support, and to assist or benefit members of the club in all phases of antique automobile restoration and operation."

We welcome new members and encourage others who share an interest in antique cars to join us at club meetings, events, shows, and outings. Please contact any club officers or come to a monthly meeting if you are interested.

General News and Information

This site has been updated on June 21, 2016.

The current (June 2016) issue of the Magneto was sent via email to HFR members and is available online.

2016 Annual Meet, Saturday, June 4

As usual, the hard work has paid off. This year's show was wonderful! Guests commented on the variety of events; children even enjoyed being there with their parents. The weather even held out for the show. Thank you all for your efforts!

Monthly General Membership Meetings

Monthly general membership meetings of the Historic Fredericksburg Region AACA are held at 7:30 pm on the third Tuesday of each month at the Dorothy Hart Community Center, 408 Canal Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Directions to Dorothy Hart Community Center

The next regular monthly meeting is on Tuesday, June 21, 2016. The July meeting will be on Tuesday, July 19, 2016.

The membership will be notified of any meeting changes.

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Please consider signing up at the monthly meeting.


Fred Becker is the new Magneto Editor. Please help Fred to continue to publish an informative, entertaining newsletter by sending pictures and stories from your car projects, trips, or other items of automotive interest. (blkjack32@verizon.net)

Nora Aftel is the HFRAACA webmaster. While we are in between Magneto editors, please continue to email updates regarding the club and car shows to Nora so that she can keep the website up to date. Nora also welcomes any comments, suggestions, and content. (naftel@cox.net)

Doug Makin is the club historian. If you have any items of historical value related to HFR and would like to donate them for our history, please bring them to a meeting.