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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 …

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Upcoming Events

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2020 Minneapolis Boat Show

January 23, 2020 - Minneapolis Convention Center

This meet will be held at the 2020 Minneapolis Boat Show in conjunction with the Land-O-Lakes Classic Boat Club. January 23-26, 2020. Food and beverage vendors will be on sight. This meet is held in conjunction with the Land-O-Lakes Classic Boat Club held at their exhibit location at the 2020 Minneapolis Boat Show. The show …

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Carl’s Boats and Motors

February 22, 2020 - Carl’s Boats and Motors

Directions – from I-94 exit at Nine Mile Rd. head East to Harper. Turn left (north) onto Harper. Carl’s is aprox a half mile up the road, on the right. CARL’S Boats and Motors- SWAP MEET AND OPEN HOUSE Date – Saturday, February 22, 2020 Location, 24100 Harper Rd., St. Clair Shores, MI The gates …

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Knuckle Busters Winter Swap Meet and Museum Tour

February 29, 2020 - Lake Wynonah Community Lodge

Gated Lake Wynonah Community Lodge accessible only from PA Rt183, 6 1/2 miles north of Exit 19 Interstate 78. Keep left at security building and tell them you are visiting Bob Grubb (my lot is 646) and the Antique Outboard meet. Continue straight from gate to T at second stop sign. Go right until you …

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Lockeman’s Hardware Boats and Motors – Open House

March 28, 2020 - Lockeman’s Hardware Boats and Motors – Open House

Lockeman’s Hardware Boats and Motors Directions: From Northbound I-75 – use exit #44 for Dearborn Ave.-make a right onto Dearborn, then a Left onto Jefferson Ave. From Southbound I-75 – Use exit #45 for Fort St. / Springwells Ave. – Turn left onto Springwells, Springwells will change to Westend St. follow that to Jefferson, turn …

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Mohawk Hudson Burnt Hills Meet

April 25, 2020 - Schrader and Company

Saratoga Road is also known as Route 50 Connecting Scotia, NY with Saratoga, NY. The meet is in the parking lot of Schrader and Company, a contractor and employer of a Chapter member. Directly across the street is an automobile upholstery company called Burnt Hills Upholstery, a large red barn building with white trim. Look …

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Scott Weaver’s Spring “Kick Off”

May 2, 2020 - Scott Weaver

Directions – From Lapeer Rd (M- 24), just north of the village of Lake Orion, head WEST on Indianwood Rd. Turn North onto Newman Rd. to Mill Pond Dr. , turn east and proceed to the end of the road. Dry meet, swap and sell with informal display (no awards) Scott and his family will …

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Ron Melick’s Motor Meet

May 31, 2020 - Ron Melick

Melicks home on Lake Tainter, N7759 540th St. Menomonie, WI 54751 Special Drawing for a FREE MOTOR! Watch the website for updates!! Food on site, Bathroom facilities. Boat ramps to north and south of house on 540th. South ramp has a large parking area. Contacts: Call Ron Melick at 715-235-2230 or his cell: 715-410-0193 Meet …

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Big Fish Lake Wet meet

June 6, 2020 - Big Fish Lake, Ortonville Recreational Area

The park has a primitive toilet at the launch area, also modern restrooms are located at the pavilion. Food will be provided. At this time no organized activities have been organized. There is a good launch area and room to display motors…no judging is planned. No open exhaust or loud motors. High Speed boating is …

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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.