Welcome to the AAMA
The Antique Auto Mushers of Alaska is the
state's premier antique automobile club. This
Alaska non-profit corporation is dedicated to
the preservation, restoration, maintenance,
and enjoyment of antique automobiles and to
the historical and educational aspects of the
antique automobile hobby.
Ownership of an antique vehicle is NOT
required, merely an interest in the club's goals
The club meets to conduct business on the second Wednesday of each month at
Daybreak Adult Day Services, 9210 Jupiter Drive - the corner of Abbott Road & Jupiter
Drive. Details and directions to the new meeting space are forthcoming, see the
November Tinkering Times in the coming weeks.
The club participates in the Anchorage Adopt-A-Road project each summer
and conducts car shows and activities beginning with the annual Installation of
Officers in January, continuing with the Fur Rendezvous Parade and Show, the
May Early Bird Cruise, the annual Joint meet with the Fairbanks club, Fourth of
July Parades, and a host of other events, culminating with the annual Christmas
Party in December.
|Antique Auto Mushers of Alaska
Summer activities planning
At the 2018 AAMA Rondy Car
Show, Mike Wiedmer's 1941
Cadillac won the People's Choice
Award, see below:
Thank you, everyone who voted.
2018 Rondy People's Choice Awarded to
Mike & Gwyn Wiedmer's 1941 Cadillac
Donn Reese, Gwyn Wiedmer, Mike Wiedmer