"It is my hope, that as a family, we can grow and enjoy all the good things that Chevy people have learned to love."
Past Region Director
About the Foothill Region
The Foothill Region of the VCCA is comprised of about 50 single and married members who join together at many fun tours and outings. We are a family group that always welcomes children.
While membership in the National VCCA is a requirement for membership in the Foothill Region, owning a Chevrolet is not. The focus of our club is centered around the common interest in the preservation and restoration of Chevrolets. However, some folks first join the Region and take advantage of the wealth of knowledge the collective membership offers before acquiring that special old Chevy to restore or just enjoy.
In addition to conducting tours and outings, the Region holds an annual All Chevrolet Car Show where members and their invited "guests" come together to enjoy the beauty and elegance of Chevrolets, and to partake in the good company of fellow Chevy enthusiasts.
As a Foothill Region member, technical advice on the restoration, preservation or historical perspective of Chevrolets is usually just a meeting away. Many of the Region's members are knowledgeable in vintage Chevrolets and are happy to assist other members with pointing them in the right direction to find answers to Chevy questions. This is one of the greatest values of membership in a local region of a national car club such as the Foothill Region of the VCCA.
Chevrolet Fun Facts - 1954:
- Corvettes begin full production
- Options include: power brakes, windows and seats
- Cars get slight restyling changes while sales drop below 1.2 million units