The ARIZONA KIT CAR CLUB, Inc. is a non-profit corporation. There is no limit or restriction, based on age, sex, national origin, race, color, or religious preferences, for membership or for holding any office in the Club. To operate a kit car, each member must possess a valid driver’s license and insurance coverage for the vehicle.,
It was founded and incorporated in 1987 by a group of replica car enthusiasts. The club is one of the largest organizations of hand crafted automobiles in the country. Many have built their own cars while others have purchased a ready-made vehicle.
The aims and objectives of the AKCC include the following:
- Promotion of, interest in, and the enjoyment of the hobby of construction and/or operation of vehicles classified as kit cars.
- Promotion of activities for the owners of kit cars, such as rallies, road trips, parades, car shows, outings and social functions.
- Assistance to others in the advancement of the hobby through exchange of information.
- Promotion of safety in the construction and operation of kit cars.
AKCC Committees include the following:
SAFETY—to promote safety and to educate members in safe procedures
TECHNICAL—to provide the expertise to help other members who need assistance with their cars
—to develop programs and to plan road trips and outings
—to promote participation in car shows/rallies
PARADE—to identify suitable parades and to encourage the Club's participation
MEMBERSHIP—to locate and invite kit car owners and enthusiasts into the club —to print an informative newsletter to be sent to members on a regular basis
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Monthly meetings are held from September through May at various locations throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area. Meeting dates vary. Check the Web site's "Calendar" page for the date, time, and location.
The owners of the kit cars and members of AKCC are extremely proud of their vehicles and are always pleased with the opportunity to display them.