AACA Library & Research Center
The interior of the AACA Library & Research Center building is split into 3 levels. The main entry level features rotating exhibits, art displays, and antique cars.
The lower level contains our huge assortment of Periodicals and Magazines, The Hudson-Essex-Terraplane Historical Society Collection, and The Ralph Dunwoodie Archives.
The upper level contains a collection of automotive literature including sales brochures, service manuals, reference books, owners manuals, special collections, shop manuals, marque-specific books, and much more. The main collection is housed in space-saving movable stacks. This is reference material that has been donated as well as bought by the library for its value and use. Along with these files, there are flat files, card catalogs, and work centers for the staff as well as tables and chairs for those who have come in to do research. Alongside the AACA Collection sits the literature collections for several marque clubs that pay the library for storing their material and having it available to their membership.
AACA Library & Research Center Admission:
AACA Library & Research Center Hours:
Monday – Saturday 8am – 4pm
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