The Central Nebraska Auto Club (CNAC) is a non-profit organization who currently has 157 members, who own or appreciate the full gamut of classic or antique cars. We meet at various locations on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM. Our annual dues are $10.00, due by the 1st of March of each year. On the 4th Thursday of each month, we have a drive-out to any number of local establishments.
The Central Nebraska Auto Club sponsors two major car shows each year. Cruisenite Kearney is always held the 3rd weekend of July… Continue reading
America’s Main Street, the Lincoln Highway was the first coast to coast highway, spanning 3,380 miles through 13 states, connecting New York to San Francisco and all towns between.
The brainchild of Carl Fisher, Indiana automotive pioneer, the Lincoln Highway was designed to promote economic development and tourism across America. Two other automotive industrialists played major roles in the highway’s progression. Henry B. Joy, was the first president of the Packard Motor Company and “spark plug” of the original Lincoln Highway Association. Frank Sieberling, president of the Goodyear Tire… Continue reading