Welcome to the Judging page!

All members can view the VCCA Judging Manual and various Judging Form in the Members Area.

Why a Judging Page
These pages are intended to help you not only understand the policies of the VCCA in regards to judging,
but slso to assist you in the preservation and restoration of your vintage Chevrolet.

From here you can begin to understand the judging process of the VCCA. What class should you be in? What are the judges looking for? How can you improve your vehicle from the last judged show?
The VCCA recognizes all years but only judges 25 years and older.

We hope the following will help you when getting ready for your first nationally judged VCCA show or you are trying to improve your points from a past judged show. Even if you aren't going to have your vehicle judged, maybe we can help you in the restoration process.

    2011 Judging Manual Table of Contents
Click HERE to see it.

Note: Click on the above for the Table of Contents. The full manual is available to all VCCA members in the Resource Center in the Members Area.


Ask Dave: Do you have a question on VCCA judging, the Judging Manual or the Judging Form?
Why not take a moment and email your question to the National Judging Chairman:
Dave Miner


VCCA Judging Manual

Members: To get your own 4" x 8" copy:
Please send $5 U.S. currency - check or money order
Payable to: VCCA
Mail your request and check to:

National Judging Coordinator
at the address on this page.

Judging Handbooks will also be available at various Judging Schools held throughout the U.S.


Judging School
Would your Region like to host a VCCA Judging School?
Contact Mary James for more information on how to get a Judging School in your area.


Vintage Chevrolet Club of America
"The World's Best Chevrolet Club."
A nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and restoration of all Chevrolets.