AACA Depot Show in Naples boasts automobiles from 1903 to the early 1990s
March 5, 2018
The world of vintage vehicles has its own, sometimes vexing vocabulary. To a casual observer, it might seem strange that American cars are labeled “antiques” only 25 years after they’re produced.
That means American cars that rolled off the assembly line in 1993 became antiques this year, according to the national standards of the Antique Automobile Club of America.
You can look forward to seeing vehicles from 1903 through 1993 at the 30th annual Depot Show hosted by the Naples-Marco Island Region of the AACA on Saturday, March 24 at the restored railroad depot in Naples, home to the Naples Depot Museum.