THE ANTIQUE SNOWMOBILE CLUB OF AMERICA LEADS THE WAY IN PROMOTING AND PRESERVING THE RICH HERITAGE OF THE EARLY YEARS OF SNOWMOBILING.
The Antique Snowmobile Club of America was founded in 1976 by a group of dedicated and enthusiastic snowmobilers who recognized a need to keep alive the pioneering spirit that led to the development of the very first over-the-snow machines, and eventually gave birth to the sport of modern-day snowmobiling.
Today, the Antique Snowmobile Club of America has issued over 2700 memberships all across North America and throughout the world.
The purpose of the Antique Snowmobile Club of America is to preserve and restore the early snow machines and to help promote wider acquaintances, closer relationships and to aid members in their preservation and restoration efforts.
Any person can join!!! An antique snowmobile is defined as a 1968 or earlier model year snowmobile. Whether you own one or your merely interested, you are invited to join.
You may join by filling out the form at the bottom of the page and mailing a copy along with $20.00 US funds to: ASCOA
Att'n. John K. McGuirk
17719 Sharp Road
Each member receives a distinctive club patch and decal; six issues of the IRON DOG TRACKS newsletter per year,with technical restoration hints, a schedule of displays,parades and other activities; a membership card; and the satisfaction of helping to preserve snowmobile history.
We look forward to hearing from you!