Prod Cars 1900-1934
Prod Cars 1935-1939
Prod Cars 1940-1948
Prod Cars 1949-1954
Prod Cars 1955-1957
Prod Cars 1958-1961
Prod Cars 1962-1968
Prod Cars 1969-1972
Prod Cars 1973-1984
Prod Cars 1985-1990

Past Ankokas Events Galleries . . .

Haddonfield Show 2017 Choice Awards

Our first group of award winners are our Sponsor Choice and Memorial awards. In memory of our founding Ankokas member, the Bill Sutton award is is presented to early year vehicles. The Ella Hanson award is presented to later year vehicles. Our sponsors Cherry Hill Dodge, TD Bank, AutoParts Connection - NAPA, and Top Line Company Granite King Counter Tops each present an award to the car of their choice. Haddonfield Mayor Neil Rochford presented his Mayor Choice award to conclude the days events.

Haddonfield Show 2017 Class 1 through 6 Winners

Class 1 Fords 1918 to 1931. Class 2 vehicles 1918 to 1939. Class 3 vehicles 1940 to 1949. Class 4 vehicles 1950 to 1956. Class 5 vehicles 1957 to 1959. Class 6 vehicles 1960 to 1962.

Haddonfield Show Class 7 through 12 winners

Class 7 vehicles 1963 to 1964. Class 8 vehicles 1965. Class 9 vehicles 1966. Class 10 vehicles 1967 to 1969. Class 11 vehicles 1970 to 1972. Class 12 vehicles 1973 to 1992.

Haddonfield Show 2017 classes 13 through 16

Class 13A Historic Preservation of Original Features (HPOF) to 1955. Class 13B HPOF vehicles 1956 to 1992. Class 14 trucks, fire engines, and military vehicles. Class 15 all foreign cars. Class 16A is cars of Ankokas members up to 1960. Class 16B is cars of Ankokas members 1961 to 1992. Ankokas member cars are judged in their own classes, separate from other cars.

Haddonfield Show 2017 Classes 17 and 18

Vehicles in classes 17 and 18 are not judged. Class 17 vehicles are those that have received Senior Awards in AACA, CCCA, VMCA, HCCA, NCRS, or other national car clubs. They receive a plaque in recognition of their achievements. Class 18 is our Feature Class. Each year our show features something different. This year we featured vehicles that are over 100 years old, and each is awarded a Thank You plaque.

2017 Peach Festival

The 2017 Mt. Laurel Friends Meeting House Peach Festival was held at the Friends Meeting House on August 5, 2017. Ankokas was invited to bring our cars for display. President Kathy Petters and many other members were in attendance to enjoy peach cake, peach ice cream, other food and music, a cool summer evening, and a large crowd of people who all enjoyed seeing our cars. The annual event is held on the first Saturday in August. Mark your calendar now for next year's festival.
Ankokas Car Display at Avista Healthcare
On Wednesday August 16, 2017, Ankokas brought a display of cars to Avista Healthcare to brighten the day of the residents and patients of the facility. Steve and Joanne Poset were there with their 1961 Triumph T3A, Jeff Schulte brought his 1947 Buick Super convertible, Bruce Prichard drove his 1950 Oldsmobile 98, Coles Roberts brought his 1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Roadster, Carl Grossman drove up in his 1967 Corvette, Bob and Kathy Petters brought their green 1953 Oldsmobile convertible, and Mike Cooper had his 1972 Mustang Sprint. The Activities Director, Maria Gommel, had tents and tables set up and a grill going cooking hotdogs. A DJ was playing appropriate oldies music. The residents thoroughly enjoyed the cars and the hot dogs! Many pictures were taken with Joanne and Steves little dog in the arms of one or two of the residents.

2017 Tailgate Meeting

The Ankokas 2017 Annual Tailgate meeting was again held at Johnson's Farm Friday night BBQ and car cruise on June 9, 2017. The weather was great, the food was delicious, and the company was spectacular. A good turnout with friends made for a fun filled evening.

Harmony Village Car Display

On Thursday June 1, 2017, our club provided a display of cars for Care 1 Harmony Village in Moorestown. This is a pioneering assisted living community for the memory impaired. Bob Petters showed his green 1953 Oldsmobile convertible, Jeff Schulte had his 1947 Buick Super convertible, Bernie Shuster had his 1976 Cadillac El Dorado convertible, Coles Roberts had his 1931 Ford Deluxe Roadster, Tom Veevers had his 1955 Ford F100 Pickup, Carl Grossman had his 1967 Corvette convertible, and Tom McLarney had his 1969 Corvette, and Carol McLarney had her 2003 Thunderbird. They served us lunch in their conference room. Many of the residents were outside enjoying the cars. A group of them lined up in chairs along the shaded drive to enjoy the cars and the beautiful weather. Before we left, the entire group thanked us for bringing our cars. Carol Welsher even baked cookies for us to enjoy!

Victorian Times 2017

Ankokas was asked to display a few of our cars at Victorian Times at Smithville Mansion 2017. The event was held on May 7, but the weather felt more like March, with off and on showers and high temperatures in the upper 50's. Despite the weather, the Victorian Times event was fun for the whole family. Musical performers, food, mansion tours, victorian games, and strolling entertainers made for a nice day for all.

Ankokas Charter Luncheon 2017

Ankokas held it's 53rd Annual Charter Luncheon on April 30, 2017. Hosted by Tom and Carol Amendola at their home, over 50 club members attended the party. Many members brought their antique car, creating our own mini car show. The highlight of the event was the presentation of the Frank Hankins Memorial Award. Great food and great friends made for a wonderful fun filled day. Check out the pictures.

Ankokas plays with toys

On March 25, 2017, Ankokas toured the New Jersey State Museum to see the Toy World exhibit. The exhibit spotlights the history and innovation of toy manufacturing in New Jersey. Lionel model trains, Remco, Hot Wheels, Monopoly, doll houses, tin toys, the list of makers and toys goes on and on. In addition to toys, the State Museum follows the history of New Jersey's archeology and ethnography, it's culture, natural history, and works from the state's 17th through 20th century fine artists. And if that wasn't enough, you can zoom through the solar system in the planetarium with shows for children and adults. Check out some of the pictures of our visit by clicking the title above this paragraph.

2016 Holiday Party

Tom and Carol McLarney again hosted our wonderful 2016 Holiday party for all of our members. Great food, great company, and music for dancing made for a fun night for everyone. This year we raised $800 to be donated to the local food bank. Thank you to everyone for your generous donation.
Philadelphia Masonic Temple Tour
For all of you that missed the tour of the Philadelphia Masonic Temple on October 29, you missed seeing a truly wonderful piece of history and architecture. Hosted by Bernie Schuster, we toured the Temple and learned of its rich history. The Temple was constructed in 1873 and has been called one of the great wonders of the Masonic world. The Temple is adorned with some of the finest artifacts of Freemasonry and contains magnificent Lodge halls based on themes of the ancient architectural world. Oriental Hall, Egyptian Hall, Ionic Hall, Norman Hall, Renaissance Hall, Corinthian Hall, and Gothic Hall, each one is spectacular in its construction and details. The guided tour takes you into each of the halls and explains some of the principles of the Masons. Throughout the Temple, you learn of the countless famous people throughout history who were Masons. Many of our founding fathers, U.S. presidents, and historical figures were Masons. The Temple's museum, founded in 1908 and dedicated by John Wanamaker (of the department stores), contains more than 30,000 items, including Brother George Washingtons Masonic Apron, two letters in Washingtons own hand addressed to his Masonic brethren, and Brother Benjamin Franklins Masonic Sash worn in 1782. The Temple's library contains thousands of volumes covering all aspects of Freemasonry.

Haddonfield Show 2016 Highlights

Here are a few highlights of our 2016 Haddonfield 30th anniversary show. Pictures and listing of all show winners are in the gallery below this one.

Haddonfield Winners 2016

These are the class winners from our 2016 Haddonfield car show. Marking our show's 30th anniversary, and our feature class of cars from 1986, the showfield was filled with award winning cars. Congratulations to all of our class winners.

Tailgate Meeting June 2016

Our annual tailgate meeting was held on June 17, 2016 at Johnson's Corner Farm. With lots of clear skies, good food (including free ice cream), and great friends to spend time with, everyone had a lot of fun. One of the highlights of the evening was getting to talk with Ankokas founding members Roland 'Doc' Stratton and Coles Roberts. And a special Thank You goes to Larry Bradolph for taking all the pictures.

Atlantic City Pipe Organ Tour

Here are a few pictures from our tour of the pipe organ built into the Atlantic City Convention Hall. Built in 1932, this pipe organ is the largest pipe organ in the world, and the largest musical instrument int he world. The organ has been undergoing a massive renovation for many years. 25% of the organ is working now. Another 25% will be brought back into service on July 1st, 2016. Free tours inside the organ, and a free concert, are offered every Wednesday at 10:00 am. It is well worth the trip to see and hear this massive organ in action.

2016 Charter Luncheon

In case you missed the event, here are some pictures from the 2016 Charter Luncheon. Everyone had a great time. See for yourself.

2015 Holiday Party

Our 2015 Holiday party was held on Sunday December 13 at the Cafe Madison in Riverside NJ. A big THANK YOU to Tom and Carol McLarney for organizing and hosting a wonderful party. Good food, music, and even dancing made for a really nice evening. And we raised over $500 to be donated to the local food bank so others can have a good holiday meal. Thank you all for your donations.

29th Annual Haddonfield Show - 2015

Our 29th Annual Haddonfield Car Show was held on September 19, 2015. Despite a slightly foggy start to the day, the sun soon came out to greet all the cars and people. Here are just a few highlights. More pictures are on their way.

Haddonfield Show - 2015 Top Level award winners

The Top Level awards, presented by Chief Judge Carl Villone, include Special Memorial awards in honor of past Ankokas members, Sponsor's Choice awards selected by our sponsors, the Mayor's Choice award, and the Best in Show award.

Haddonfield Show - 2015 Senior and Feature Class award winners

Senior Class cars are ones that have been judged in the past by the AACA and have received Senior Grand National awards at a national AACA show. These outstanding cars receive a special participation award. Feature Class cars are from the Brass Era or other Classic car, significant for being especially unusual or unique.

Haddonfield Show - 2015 Class winners

There were 17 Judged classes at the show. Each class had a Class Winner and several Runner Ups. Class 1 - Fords to 1931. Class 2 - vehicles up to 1939. Class 3 - 1940 to 1949. Class 4 - 1950 to 1956. Class 5 - 1957 to 1959. Class 6 - 1960 to 1962. Class 7 - 1963 - 1964. Class 8 - 1965. Class 9 - 1966. Class 10 - 1967 to 1969. Class 11 - 1970 to 1972. Class 12 - 1973 to 1990. Class 13 - Original unrestored HPOF 1900 to 1990. Class 14 - Trucks, Fire Engines, Military (all years). Class 15 - Foreign Cars (all years). Class 16 - Ankokas members to 1963. Class 16A - Ankokas members 1964 to 1990. Class 17 - Future Showcars - 1991 to present.

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