The Antique Outboard Motor Club
Devoted to those with a passion for antique outboards
A world-wide non-profit organization
Our domain name aomci.org was donated by Alison Kiellar in honor of Kenneth Kiellar
We would also like to Acknowledge Chris Owen for his contribution for the website development
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A different way to promote the Club.July 18, 2018 - A different way to promote the Club.
I tried something different recently to promote the club (and our family dog grooming and boarding business): my son Azrik and I took part in a local parade. The festival the parade was part of has a heritage theme, and we were among some 50 classic cars and a few old tractors; it was easy …Read More
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AOMCI December KnucklebusterDecember 7, 2019 - Kessler Industrial Products
Offices of KEP are located off Industrial Way East and Christopher Way. Take GS Parkway to exit 105. At first light turn right onto Hope Rd then go about 1-1/2 miles and turn left onto Industrial Way. Go through the next light. Turn right off Industrial Way onto Christopher Way. Go to second entrance on …Read More
Wolverine Chapter Bathrick Marine Dry & Swap MeetDecember 7, 2019 - Bathrick Marine
This meet will be open to the public for 0900 – 1100, so • Bring lots of items to swap or sell. • Bring your best motors and stands so that we put on a good show for Bathrick’s business. Remember to bring your motors to run in the test tank events. Display motors will …Read More
Minnesota Gopher Chapter 2019 Holiday BanquetDecember 8, 2019 - Cherokee Tavern
Banquet location: Cherokee Tavern, 886 Smith Ave. West St. Paul, Minnesota Zip: 55118. Phone: 651-457-2729. Banquet Reception: @ 12:30, Lunch Served At 1:30. Meal Choices: #1, 6oz. Filet Mignon, #2, 8oz. Broiled Walleye, #3, 1/2 Rack Of BBQ Ribs, #4, Tuxedo Chicken: Grilled Chicken Breast With Creamy Gorgonzola Sauce, Topped Off With Balsamic Glaze. All …Read More
We Are The Antique Outboard Motor Club
Collecting antique outbards since 1965
In 1866, the first outboard device was patented. Since that time, over 160 manufacturers have entered the industry – few remain. Names like Caille, Waterman, Walnut, Lockwood, Motorgo, Columbian, Gray and Ferro are all forgotten except at AOMCI.
Your membership in AOMCI will provide you with a rich mixture of personal associations and accomplishments. You’ll meet interesting new people while following leads provided by the Club to add motors to your collection; make new friends by joining a chapter of the Club in your area or by corresponding with other members and realize a great deal of satisfaction and pride from participating in displays, shows and Club Meets.