Olympic Vintage Auto Club
OVAC is a nonprofit classic car club founded in 1958 in Kitsap County, Washington.
A LITTLE ABOUT WHO WE ARE:
The Olympic Vintage Auto Club was established in 1958 with the goal of preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of vintage motor vehicles in stock condition.
Ownership of a vintage vehicle is not a requirement for membership.
Located west of Seattle on the Kitsap Peninsula, this active car club has held annual swap meets since 1969. These annual meets have continued to grow over the years to include thousands of buyers, and well over four hundred vendors. Enthusiasts all over the Pacific Northwest attend this event held at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds the first weekend in November.
Prior to COVID-19, we normally met 7 PM monthly on the third Thursday of each month except August, December, & January at West Sound Technical Skills Center, 101 National Ave North, Bremerton, WA, 98312. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we no longer meet inside thus please monitor this Website or send an email to for meeting schedules. All attending
meetings must conform to COVID-19 restrictions of physical distancing and an approved mask covering the nose and mouth.
2021 OVAC OFFICERS
President: Bonnie Chrey Vice President: Pete Britton Secretary: (Vacant)
Financial Manager & Treasurer: Bob Arper
Swap Meet Coordinator: Art Schick Vendor Coordinator: Dana Lerna
The Duster Editor: Britt Feldman
Historian: Art Schick Webmaster: Bob Arper
Cool Car Cruise
Possible in May 2021
OVAC Meeting Apr. 15, 3 PM
McClouds Parking Lot
4111 Wheaton Way
Still Looking for Volunteer Secretary
PO BOX 1614
SILVERDALE, WA 98383