Going Social: The HVA Expands Social Media Outreach

November 12, 2013

You know the Historic Vehicle Association provides a fun and fact-filled eNewsletter direct to your inbox every month. But did you also know we offer a daily fix for all things classic car-related through Facebook and other social media outlets? Check out the rundown of just a few of the HVA’s social media platforms out there for you to enjoy.


Are you new to Facebook or an old pro looking to jazz up your daily newsfeed with a little classic car action? Look no further than the HVA’s Facebook page where you can get your automotive “This Day in History,” classic ads from days gone by, recent articles relevant to the classic car hobby, and great photos from a number of events across the country taken by our on-the-go media team. Here you can also share photos from your local shows, cruise-ins or touring adventures. Just click the “Like” button on our page to join.


You like pictures? Be sure to check out and follow our HVA Instagram page where you can find daily updates featuring some of the best shots from recent events attended by the HVA’s media team. From concours “Best of Show” winners and hotrods to vans and pure muscle cars, you’ll find it all here and more.

You Tube

And lastly, on the off chance you haven’t already, be sure to head on over to the HVA’s YouTube page where you can see all our THIS CAR MATTERS films, past and present. From the story behind the infamous “bathing suit” bike  to this month’s video featuring the iconic Wonder Bread car, you’ll be able to check out all these great videos and more.

Signing up to enjoy the ever-changing content of these popular websites is easy and free. So take a moment to check them out. Hit the “like” button and begin to instantly enjoy all the great content the HVA provides historic vehicle lovers each and every day.


  1. gerald christoff gaylord mich.49735

    all the news.

  2. Don Hoskiins Lafayette, CA 94549

    like to read it.

  3. Ed Bilik Lake Zurich, IL

    I have a 1955 Buick Century Convertible, a 1957 Pontiac 2 door hard top, and a 1966 Chevy Impala Convertible and am always looking for information on Classic cars.

  4. Paul Cantin Fall River Massachusetts


  5. terry hart lamirada california

    Looking forward to your news letter.

  6. paul florida

    I have a 1966 Chevy Impala Convertible, bought new by my Aunt, driven for 4 years and sold to my Dad, and now in my possession. Drive it once a week (in sunshine only). Car is original except for one paint job and one convertible top. Paperwork dates back to original dealership...who for some reason has not returned my letters etc...even know who the original salesman was...

  7. Ken Kellow Pennsylvania

    I'm the original owner of a '68 GTO convertible. I'm fortunate to have been able to keep it all these years. I drive it sparingly but enjoy it immensely.