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Each year, the Antique Automobile Club of America picks one individual to receive its Lee Iacocca Award, presented for continuing excellence in promoting the history of automobiles. This year’s award has gone to Darwin E. Clark, president of the AACA Museum‘s board of directors.
Darwin is as strong a car enthusiast as you’ll find on this planet. He spent 44 years with General Motors, culminating as its vice-president for dealer affairs and, earlier, as general manager of Oldsmobile. He’s a noted collector of premium-quality Corvettes. Past notables to win the Iacocca honor include sports car entrepreneur Steve Saleen, journalist Ken Gross, and the late collecting legend Jack Nethercutt.