The Oakland-Pontiac Worldwide Club

Posted by Steve White on Sep 10, 2012

Oakland-Pontiac Worldwide, or OPW, is an organization that is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of Oakland-Pontiac automobiles that were built between 1908 and 1958. This international club is affiliated to the Antique Automobile Club of America, or AACA.

OPW offers assistance to its members to enable them to reach their personal goals in their appreciation and enjoyment of Oakland-Pontiac cars. It achieves this through various activities and events, as well as publications. The club has a website and bi-monthly newsletter to provide a constant source of information for Oakland-Pontiac enthusiasts, and its members are entitled to free advertising benefits through the website and newsletter. Members who contribute significantly to the club’s goals will be given special awards.

As a region of the AACA, OPW is able to provide additional benefits for its members. Conventions are held annually to give members opportunities to meet fellow enthusiasts, and insurance coverage is provided for all region events. Also, members will receive subscription of the monthly AACA magazine, and they are eligible to enroll in AACA’s Educational Scholarship Program. They will also gain free access to the most extensive collection of Oakland-Pontiac research materials in the world, free admission to the AACA museum, and various merchant discounts.

If you are interested in becoming a member of Oakland-Pontiac Worldwide, pay a visit to the club’s official website.

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