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Yes, for a limited time we are offering a special 6-month digital membership in the National Woodie Club for new members only absolutely free!

As a "digital member" you have all of the rights and privileges as all NWC members including full website access and a digital copy each month of the club's award-winning Woodie Times magazine.

Simply click on the "Join" option in the top red menu bar and select the 6-month offer. There is absolutely NO long-term commitment. We are confident that you will want to renew after your 6-month trial, but if not, that will be your call to make.

NWC Maine 2019 National meet

Photos from 2019 National Meet in Maine

2020 National Meet Cancelled


As you know, for our 2020 National Meet we were partnering with the Blackhawk Chapter of the Antique & Classic Boat Society. Our event committee was recently notified that the Antique and Classic Boat Show at Lake Geneva has been cancelled for 2020.

With their cancellation we lost all our NWC meet infrastructure including show field, parking, and all support facilities. As a result of this and over concerns relating to the virus pandemic, your NWC Board has voted to cancel this year’s event and reschedule the 2020 NWC National Meet to September of 2021.

The planning of activities and tours will resume this winter in preparation of our 2021 National Meet. As always, all the details will be shared on this website, our event website:, and in the Woodie Times.

In the coming weeks we will be returning all the pre-registrations for 2020 that we have received.

Additionally, NWC President Wayne Yada has created an official letter of event cancellation, if anyone needs proof for potential airline, hotel, or other booking cancellations. Contact him at, and he will forward one to you.

We obviously regret needing to make this decision but the health and safety of all our woodie friends remains our highest priority.

Hope to see you at Lake Geneva in 2021!


If you have a woodie-related event, news article, or some good photos you would like to have us consider for publishing on this website, email George Beebe by clicking here:   Email George 

"The National Woodie Club exists to promote interest in woodies; to educate owners and the public on their history, beauty, usefulness and uniqueness; and to provide an association through which woodie owners and enthusiasts may exchange information on history, building, restoration or modification techniques and share experiences. The woodie is a special kind of car, which deserves special recognition. The National Woodie Club will work toward that goal."

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Membership includes a subscription to Woodie Times magazine, the official monthly publication of the National Woodie Club, Inc. This magazine is full of informative articles, photos, tech tips, events listings, contact information, parts and services suppliers, classifieds and hard to find information that every woodie enthusiast wants to know. With the online club roster, you can find owners of cars like you have—or want to buy. Love wood? Membership in the National Woodie Club is open to anyone who owns, drives or simply appreciates the wooden car. The club recognizes wood-bodied cars of any year, make or model, American or foreign, original, restored or modified. You do not have to own a woodie to be a member. All members have equal rights, including the right to vote and hold club office. NWC membership however IS required to access the full website. Click on the link below for membership information. 

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