The Antique Outboard Motor Club

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AOMCI.org Evolution

November 16, 2018 - AOMCI.org Evolution

Dear Users,    Thank you all for your comments, we are working to incorporate them as appropriate. Based largely on your comments the development team has a list of further modifications and enhancements they are working on to improve the user experience. As far as the roll out of this process, we could have had …

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Server upgrade

November 8, 2018 - Server upgrade

It appears that the server upgrades are complete and the site is preforming much better than last night.  We thank you for your patience.  

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Website update! 

November 7, 2018 - Website update! 

Website update!  Dear Members We have been having some issues with server errors due to the demand on the server.  We apologise.  We are in the process of upgrading our service which should solve these problems.  If you continue to have any problems please let us know. It has come to my attention that your old …

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Website launch!

November 6, 2018 - Website launch!

Dear Members, The new website is online. We are taking a soft launch approach as not all the work is complete, please be patient as we work out the kinks and continue to build the new site! We are going live before everything is complete in order to get you back on the forums. The …

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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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Great Lakes Chapter – January Swap & Membership Business Meeting

January 19, 2019 - Great Lakes Chapter – January Swap & Membership Business Meeting

Great Lakes Chapter   The “kick off” meet of the New Year. Gates open at 9:00 AM. Enter the VFW hall using the ENTRANCE DOOR at the REAR of the building. Being a motor to display and “stuff” to swap. Indoor motor display with “People’s Choice” awards. A great lunch will be served. This is …

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Sock’s Marine January MOB Meet

January 19, 2019 - Sock’s Marine January MOB Meet

Michiana Outboard Boating Chapter (MOB)   Test tank available inside of Sock’s Marine warm service shop. Lunch will be provided with donation can posted. Dry Swap Display Formal 60 EMS W17 Ln. North Webster, In 46555 United States

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Lake Wynonah Meet, Auburn, PA

February 23, 2019 - Lake Wynonah Meet

Bob and Louisa Grubb will again host their Annual Knuckle Busters Winter Meet Swap. This is a must see on your 2019 calendar . 8AM starting time. No early birds please. The swap meet is held at the community lodge in the gated Lake Wynonah community accessable only from PA 183. GPS location 578 Wynonah …

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Carl’s Boats and Motors

February 23, 2019 - Carl’s Boats and Motors

Great Lakes Chapter Dry Swap Display Formal   The gates open at 9:00 AM. Bring a motor to display and some goodies to swap. Carl’s has a good stock of NOS and used vintage OMC outboard parts, if you are in need bring your “wanted” list. Lunch will be available for a $5.00 donation. You …

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Lockeman’s Hardware Boats and Motors – Open House

March 30, 2019 - Lockeman’s Hardware Boats and Motors – Open House

Great Lakes Chapter   Dry Swap Display Formal Lockeman’s Hardware Boats and Motors Swap Meet, Display and Open House Our Hosts, Dave and Doug Zammitt Saturday, March 30, 2019 – Doors open at 9:00 AM Swap/ Sell, bring a motor to display- people’ choice awards… and a chance to use Dave’s indoor test tank. Gate …

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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.