A Little Bit About Us

The Pacific Northwest Region of the Nash Car Club of America was formed on March 13, 1999 in Everett, Washington. The purpose of this organization is to encourage members of the NCCA (Nash Car Club of America) to meet locally to promote the restoration of vehicles recognized by the Nash Car Club of America. Furthermore, the organization is to promote family activities that bring local NCCA members together.

Our membership territory includes all of British Columbia and the State of Washington west of the Cascade crest, except Clark and Skamania Counties, which are part of the Mid-Columbia Region of the NCCA.

Our neighbors in Eastern Washington should consider joining the Inland Empire Region, covering the State of Washington east of the Cascade crest and Idaho. Contact Phil Lindemann, 11976 Old River Rd., Kingston, ID 83839, 208-682-2125. Oregonians should consider joining the Mid-Columbia Region of the NCCA. Contact John Rasmussen, 1200 SE LaMesa Ave., Gresham, OR 97080, 503-492-1540. Other NCCA Regions may be found on the Nash Car Club of America web site. You are, of course, welcome to join our group too, but we're sure you'll find benefit in belonging to a club closer to home.

NCCA recognized cars are:

Rambler 1902-13, 1950-57 Nash-Healey 1951-54
Jeffrey 1914-17 Metropolitan 1954-62
Nash 1917-57 Hudson 1954-57
Ajax 1925-26 Jeffrey Trucks 1913-28
LaFayette 1920-24, 1934-40 Nash Trucks 1947-54

Please join our club! Here is our membership application. All members receive our bimonthly newsletter, the Nash Ramblings.

Club officers:

Chairman ,
Vice Chairman ,
Secretary ,
Treasurer ,
Newsletter Editor ,
Technical Advisors Bob Westervelt, Maple Valley, WA (1929-32)
Bill Canfield, Olympia, WA (1930-60)