Welcome to the website of the Contemporary Historical Vehicle Association! The CHVA endeavors to give all the benefits of a large, all-encompassing club dedicated to the preservation of the Depression/World War II era and later vehicles. The purpose of the club is to provide a place where publications and activities will be designed to cater to this particular era of vehicles and auto-related memories. We feel these vehicles deserve a place where those people who consider them to be of historical and sentimental value, can follow those convictions in fellowship with people of similar interest.
CHVA Regions enjoy activities that include cruise nights, judged car shows, day trips, weekend tours, and national tours. To join CHVA you do not need to own a classic car. Just contact any Region near you. If there is not a Region in your vicinity you may join the National organization and even establish your own Region.
C.H.V.A. 50th Anniversary Tour Flyer
2016 Head for the Hills
Article by Mary Jean Flory
2016 Tour Flyer
Check out the Cars For Sale page to see what other members are offering. Want to list your classic car?
Email your ad to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Old Cars and New Laws - February 2017, by Larry Becker (Added 1/30/17)
Did you know that all American car horns beep in the tone of F? Why are manhole covers round? Manhole covers, the lids that cover sewers are always round. The round cover rests on a lip that is smaller than the cover so it can’t drop through the opening...
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Four-wheeler Pilots Afloat - August 2016, by BK Showalter (Added 8/1/16)
CHVA’s annual tours quite often take us into realms of Mother Earth’s wonders where, instead of traveling across hill and dale in our four-wheelers, we end up aboard a boat plying one or another of the many waterways found in the USA. Quite frankly I’m quite uncomfortable when afloat...
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Where's My Cell Phone and GPS - March 2015, by Terry Borgmann (Added 3/1/15)
This true story takes place in the mid 1940s. It’s not directly about a car but does involve travel. Those who know me know that I am not an author so feel free to skip to the next article...
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