A regular meeting is held on the fourth Thursday of each month at 7 P.M. in the clubhouse which is located at 951 Forest Hill Drive in Mobile, Alabama.
A Brief History of the Deep South Region AACA
On January 19, 1967, twenty-nine Mobile area antique car buffs organized and applied for a charter in the national Antique Automobile Club of America. The petition was approved in February 1967 and a charter was issued on March 7, 1967. The Deep South Region was born.
By 1982, the Deep South Region had grown to the point it was difficult to find meeting spaces large enough to accommodate the growing attendance. The Deep South Region had to make a move to expand the meeting space and in 1984 we found a 2.2 acre tract of land at the corner of Forest Hill Drive and Zeigler Boulevard. We found an old kindergarten schoolhouse, which had to be moved. The club acquired it and had the school house moved onto our new property.
The building was renovated by the membership without going into debt. The Deep South Region had a beautiful clubhouse in an outstanding location. Today, we are an extremely active club with enthusiastic members.
A regular meeting is held on the fourth Thursday of each month at 7 P.M. in the clubhouse which is located at 951 Forest Hill Drive in Mobile, Alabama. The club hosts an annual car show in the spring and in December of each year, a Year End Party and Awards Banquet is held.
Owning an antique car is not a requirement to be a member of the Deep South Region or the Antique Automobile Club of America. It is a requirement that one belong to the Antique Automobile Club of America in order to be a member of the Deep South Region. Local dues are $20.00.
DSR is pleased and honored to support many activities each year. Please direct requests for club participation in events to our Activities Chairperson
Deep South Region’s Clubhouse, Mobile, Alabama
Below is a map to our clubhouse.
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