Classic Car Donation Foundation
The Springfield to Boston Education Foundation is a nonprofit educational organization. With our car donation program we strive to educate students on all levels about antique transportation. We offer a unique combination of elements that allow us to illustrate the history of transportation through motion itself. We continue to set ourselves apart from other foundations, museums, art museums and even the national history museums by running and driving the majority of our collection.
As we operate our collection, one element will remain constant: education. The collection will not be like other antique collections, transportation you can’t touch. The Springfield to Boston Education Foundation will allow both staff and volunteers to store, maintain, repair and drive our world-class collection of automobiles to keep the magic alive.
With our deeply rooted organizational goals we strive to:
- Organize the “Classics to Kids” program
- Begin Educational Media Promotions – Social Media, Electronic Publications & Technical Articles
- Establish a prototype program that will allow us to offer college credits towards restoration technology. Education is paramount to sustaining the passion that resides in the collector automobile industry
Our Car Donation Program is a Non-Profit Educational Organization
We strive to educate students on all levels about antique transportation.
CCCA National & Regional Director, VSCCA Member, Collector & Collector Car Insurance Specialist, and Master Judge
CCCA Past Regional Director and Radiator Genius
CCCA National Director and Packard Restorer & Collector
CCCA Past National & Regional Director, Pebble Beach Awarded Restorer
CCCA National Director and Collector
CCCA Past National President Collector and Stutz Specialists
Pierce Arrow Specialist and Acclaimed Engine Rebuilder
Collector, VSCCA Member, and Electric Car Extraordinaire
Pierce Arrow Specialist, Collections Management Specialist and Collector
Avid Antique Car Owner and Driver: 190,000 miles on a 21 Ghost