The general purpose of the Impala SS Clubs of America (ISSCA), a not-for-profit organization, shall be to preserve and maintain the Chevrolet Impala & Impala SS manufactured by General Motors, to serve as an accurate source of technical information concerning these automobiles for the benefit of its members, and plan club functions.
ISSCA also may engage in other collateral activities designed to accomplish its charitable purposes, such as acquiring, maintaining, disposing, or leasing property, contracting with individuals and organizations, engaging attorneys and accountants, and filing various reports with governmental agencies.
As defined in Section 1-3-24 of the State of Illinois Liquor Control Act of 1934, the corporation will comply with the state and local laws and ordinances relating to alcoholic liquors.
Section 2. Classification of Vehicles. In order to facilitate the general purpose, the vehicle identification number must be traceable to an Impala & Impala SS, with special allowances for Caprice, or B and D bodies manufactured from 1991 through 1996 (Buick Roadmaster, Cadillac Fleetwood or Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser models) by General Motors.