Society of
Automotive Historians

SAH Chapters

Chapters consist of SAH members in a common geographic area, or geographically dispersed members who share a common interest in a certain aspect of automotive history. By their nature, chapters encouarge communication and camaraderie among groups of SAH members.

The Leland Chapter, Detroit focuses on automobive history in Detroit, Flint and Southeastern Michigan.

The Pioneer Chapter, a revival of a past New England SAH chapter, focuses on documenting the various automotive libraries and archives, including their efforts to digitize their collections.

The San Diego/Inland Empire Chapter covers Southern California. Chapter activities have been on hold during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The mission of the Wisconsin Society of Automotive Historians is to preserve, compile, and disseminate knowledge of the history of the automobile in Wisconsin. Most members are residents of Wisconsin, but the Chapter welcomes inquiries and members from outside the State.

The purpose of the SAH Motor Sports Chapter is to support and encourage the study and dissemination of international motor sports competition history. The Chapter co-hosts the annual Michael R. Argetsinger Symposium on International Motor Racing History with the International Motor Racing Research Center in Watkins Glen, NY, where the symposium takes place each November.