New Membership Platform: Membee

The ACD Club is rolling out a new online membership system. All ACD Club Members should have receivied an email with enrollment instructions. You will use your email address as your login, and select a new password. This account will be used to renew your membership, update membership information, and make changes to your membership record.


This account is NOT THE SAME as your current account which you use to access the ACD Website Forums. Please continue to log into the Forums with the same username and password as you have always used. In the future we may consolidate the two accounts.

Welcome to the ACD Forums!

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24 Mar 2003 04:56 #13 by acdclubadmin
Welcome to the ACD Forums! was created by acdclubadmin
Thank you for stopping by! This site has been set up to disseminate information about the great cars made by the Auburn Automobile Company back in the 1930's.

These cars were: Auburn, Cord and Duesenberg. (To be historically correct, the AAC didn't make the Duesenberg line, the relationship was only on the corporate level. <!-- s:wink: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_wink.gif" alt=":wink:" title="Wink" /><!-- s:wink: --> )

You don't have to own an ACD car to join this BBS. All that you need is an interest!

This site costs nothing to join, it is absolutely free. There are special parts of this site that are reserved exclusively for members of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Club however.

Please take the time to REGISTER using the link at the top of this page. Once you register, you will be able to POST messages. If you have a small picture of yourself (or AVATAR), you can upload it. Once you have registered, you can go to PROFILE. At the bottom of the Profile section you can upload a small picture of you or your car. The picture should not exceed 80 x 80 pixels and should be less than 10K in size.

While you are in your PROFILE area, you can also change the colors of this system. The default is BlueGray. Another good one that is very readable is subTrail. Have fun experimenting.

CORDially yours,
Bill Hummel

Bill Hummel - Webmaster - ACD Club

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