Why is the Orphan Car Tour so Popular?
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In recent years Orphan Tours have attracted 50-64 vehicles annually, with over 100 people attending the dinner afterwards.  Why the popularity?  Many different reasons.  First, it's just the fun of touring over scenic back roads, seeing new areas, visiting parks, historic buildings or private collections that you've never seen before.  It's also about viewing rare and obscure cars, and seeing them being driven, not displayed in a hot asphalt parking lot.  But most of all, the Orphan Tour is about people.  Meeting new people and encountering old friends, learning about other peoples' cars and educating others about your car as well.

Come out and join us at a future Orphan Car Tour!
In 2009 Orphan Car participants extended their tour for a second day, as they joined members of the Chesapeake Region of the AACA for a drive from Chambersburg, Pa. to the Swigart Museum in Huntingdon, Pa.