The MVCC is a non-profit organization of collectors and historians interested in encouraging the acquisition, restoration, preservation, and public display of historic military vehicles, uniforms, equipment and accoutrements of all types, periods, and national origin. MVCC is the largest regional military vehicle collector organization in the U.S. Membership is mainly comprised of California residents from the Tehachapis north to the Oregon border, but is open to anyone interested regardless of where they reside.
The MVCC is affiliated with the Military Vehicle Preservation Association (MVPA), a 10,000+ member international organization devoted to the preservation of historic military transport. It was formed in 1976 by a group of individuals that felt it was as important to preserve our military vehicle heritage as it was to preserve the nation’s forts and aircraft; the things that helped make our country what it is today.
The MVCC isn't just about the guys either! For many of our members, it's a family affair. And in some cases, those families span generations. Several of our younger members first experience behind the wheel of an automobile was in a WWII jeep! Many of the ladies of the MVCC participate in informal social trips and gatherings, club fundraisers, and even serve on the MVCC Board of Directors. Not to mention enjoying some time spent behind the wheel of a historic military vehicle! The MVCC has something for everyone! We would love to have you join us. Click here to find out how to join the MVCC!
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