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Thank you for visiting our web site. Below you will find information about the Mid Atlantic Impala Association, its' history, purpose, principles and goals.
















History:

The Mid Atlantic Impala Association was co-founded by Tom Ward and Dan Holderness in June of 2001. The club, a regional chapter of the National Impala Association, was chartered on November 3, 2001 and accepted by the NIA on November 8, 2001.

Purpose:

The purpose of the Mid Atlantic Impala Association is to promote the restoration, preservation, and maintenance of all 1958-1970 full-size Chevrolet automobiles. These models include the Bel Air, Biscayne, Caprice, Delray, 1959-1960 El Camino, all full-size station wagons including the Nomad and Sedan Delivery, and of course the best selling automotive nameplate of all time, Impala.

Principles:

1. Treat others the way you want to treated.

2. Take care of those who sponsor our events.

3. Involve the family.

4. Obey the law.

5. HAVE FUN!

These principles are covered throughly in the MAIA Constitution.

Goals:

1. Provide a club that is helpful, informative, and interesting for everyone.

2. Provide a fun organized atmosphere for all 1958-1970 full-size Chevrolet enthusiats and their families.

3. Provide a forum to aid in restoration of these automobiles.

4. Schedule events the whole family can attend and have fun participating in.