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The Mustang Owners Club of Southeastern Michigan, formed in November 1975, is a group of individuals who find the Ford Mustang one of the most stylish and attractive domestic sports cars available. Whether it be the 1964 1/2 Trendsetters, '69 through '71 Bosses, the Mustang II circa 1974, the '79 pace setters, the '83s which sparked the rebirth of America's love affair with the convertible, the '85-'90 aerodynamic speed machines, or the '99 GT, we love them all!
The WPC Club, named after Walter P. Chrysler, founder of the Chrysler Corporation is a world-wide, non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of Chrysler Products, namely Plymouth, Dodge, DeSoto, Chrysler, Imperial, Fargo, Jeep, Eagle and related vehicles, including antecedents Maxwell and Chalmers Motor Cars. The WPC Club Hosts Annual North American Meets with all members invited. For local activities, we have a number of club regions situated in various areas of the USA, Canada and Europe.
We also publish a monthly 32+ page Color newsmagazine, The WPC News, included in annual membership dues which has been a multiple-time winner of the Golden Quil Award. Ours is a high quality magazine that features interesting articles on many Chrysler Products and history of the Corporation, as well as technical information and free classified advertising for all members. We invite you to join our organization.
The Classic Reflections Car Club is made up of members from the Greater Palm Bay/Melbourne Florida area in South Brevard County. Currently, there are over 35 member families. The main purpose of this club is to raise money for area charities and to enjoy the hobby of collecting and restoring old cars.
FAQs about ClassicReflections Car Club:
WHO? - Anyone with an interest is antique, classic, custom or streetrod cars or trucks. (Vehicle must be 20 years old or older)
WHY? - To socialize with others who share a common interest and to support the community through local charities while enjoying our hobby.
When? - We meet on the first Monday (except Holidays) of every month at
Greater Palm Bay Senior Center, 1275 Culver Drive @ 7:00 PM.
We've got them all, you came to the right place, Cruisers and Pro Streets and some "In Your Face", Street Rods and Trucks, a T-Bucket or two, some All Originals that look like new. Thank you for visiting our website. We hope you enjoy your stay!
Informal network of friends who like cars, rock music & good food. GM, Ford & Mopar owners all welcomed both stock and modified, new and old, cars, trucks and bikes. We are about getting people together that love driving and talking about their cars. DJ Don plays the most memorable classic hits, top 40 and old school rock. If you’re proud of, come show it off with us.
Magic City Mustangs Car Club was formed in 1992 by a group of Mustang enthusiasts to provide a medium for the exchange of ideas and information about the care and maintenance of America's first pony cars.
The Club has evolved from friendships into a large group of people of all ages who are dedicated to the enjoyment of the Ford Mustang, as well as to all other High Performance FORDS. We welcome ALL Mustangs and appreciate involvement and membership of owners with any Antique, Classic, or High Performance FORD car or Truck.
We participate in many events, such as Car Shows, Road Trips, Picnics, Sanctioned Racing and Fund Raising Events throughout the year. If you would like to become involved in any of the mentioned events, then we may be the group for you.
We have traveled as far as North Carolina, Connecticut and Atlanta for Car Shows and to race our Mustangs (Both Drag and Road Race). We have traveled as far as Nebraska to have our Mustangs modified. We have Holiday Parties, take drives down to the Keys and other places, etc. Our members range in ages 17-75 yrs of age, Male & Female, and our cars range from full concourse restored classics to fully modified drag race cars, from daily driven to rarely driven, from perfect condition to Not So Perfect.
If you would like to join us in a FAMILY atmosphere, then contact us or attend one of our meetings.
The F-100 and F-1 Ford Truck Club of Jacksonville is an organization formed by Ford truck enthusiasts wanting to bring together all F-100 and F-1 Ford truck owners dedicated to the restoration, modification, preservation and enjoyment of these types of vehicles built by Ford Motor Compnay, from the earliest years years to the current models.
Located in South Florida, our club was established by Corvette enthusiasts on March 17,1983. Our membership continues to grow. We live in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, and have one common interest, our Corvettes!
Our club also enjoys social outings, such as picnics, parties, sports, dinners, parades, and friendly challenges from other clubs (bowling, volleyball, etc.). Each member is welcome to participate in as many, or as few events, as they wish. Now that you have the car, we think it is important to enjoy it, and all that goes with owning “America’s Only True Sports Car”!
Owning a Corvette of any year model makes you eligible for membership in our club. You may wish to join simply for the social events, or you may wish to participate in local car shows or NCCC events. Our members are from all walks of life, all drawn together by this special car. Together we represent a great deal of knowledge about the car, and are proud of our members’ technical knowledge of the various year models.
If you are interested in learning more, please feel free to visit one of our meetings (no obligation), and talk with us. America’s Corvette Club meets on the 1st. and 3rd Thursday of each month at 7:30 PM in the meeting room at Lou Bachrodt Chevrolet located at 1801 W. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach FL
We love our Mustangs, model years 1964-1/2 to 2005. We participate in and contribute to community service projects throughout the South Florida area. We also support fellow car enthusiasts from Cape Canaveral to Okeechobee to St. Pete to Naples. The Fort Lauderdale Mustang Club is a nonprofit volunteer group of people dedicated to the restoration and preservation of a classic automobile, the FORD MUSTANG.
The purpose of the Olds Club of Florida is to further interest in Oldsmobiles, to assist members in their efforts to restore and preserve their Oldsmobiles, and have fun while doing so!
We are a group of people with at least one thing in common...........we love Oldsmobiles!!
Our group is a diverse bunch with many makes, models and years represented.
Whether you own a showroom condition masterpiece, a non-running project car, a performance car or just have a passion for Oldsmobiles, we would love for you to join us.
Welcome to Arizona Impalas, the Phoenix-based chapter of the National Impala Association. We're a social group of Chevrolet enthusiasts dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of 1958-72 full-size Chevrolets, including the Impala, Bel Air, Biscayne, Caprice, and 59-60 El Camino.
Who are we???
We are Corvette owners and enthusiasts who reside in Arizona. Most of us met through the Corvette Forum or met one another at car shows and other Corvette events and we have formed our own informal group.
"Is ACE the group with no dues, formal rules or elections or other crap like most clubs?"
Yes that is us. One of the reasons that we all choose to associate with each other is because we are different from the formal Corvette Clubs. We do not have any fees, board members, elections, rules or bylaws and no one member is any more important than the other.
What do we do???
We get together for fun, cruises, car shows, car repair sessions, and good times.
Azaudi is a group of automobile enthusiasts in the Arizona area. The group is focused on Audi specifically, but many of the members are simply local car enthusiasts that happen to all own a vehicle by the same manufacturer. This friendly group of people likes to meet on a regular basis to simply have a good time, talk about Audi or other vehicle specifics, perform modifications, or simply rally around Arizona.
It's like driving a century in just two hours. The National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) lets you travel through time like few other places can. Just two blocks from the streets of downtown Reno, you'll walk down streets of the past. Its cars, sights, sounds, and places are yours to explore. Beyond the streets, you'll discover a century of automobiles: more than 220 antique, vintage, classic, special interest and one-of-a-kind wonders. You'll be dazzled by the cars of the stars. And the road doesn't end there. Find new discoveries in the Changing Exhibits Gallery and Masterpiece Circle. Chat with mechanics in the Automotive Shop. Shop in the unique Museum Store. Visit today and discover the cars you remember, in a way you'll never forget.
Our 2,000-square-foot shop in Phoenix is now open.
Here's our address:
3432 West Wilshire Drive, #10
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Roadsters.com is the US distributor for Reprosteel 1932 Ford roadster bodies.. We have several body kits, floors, and panels in stock now.
This Web site is used to quickly access around 8,000 organized links to automotive and motorcycle Web sites. Roadsters.com gets over 2.6 million hits a month from people using more than 106,000 different computers. The site has been online since 1996 and has been visited by people in more than 150 countries.
At the new '57 Heaven Museum in Branson Missouri, you can walk down memory lane through this unparalleled collection of the finest examples of American made steel, all from the year 1957.
Comprised of over 70 cars, the collection is the brainchild of Glenn E. Patch, a media entrepreneur who has combined his love for classic automobiles with a comprehensive collection of 50s rolling sculpture that preserves and honors the era. Complementing the classic automobile museum are period exhibits of an authentic 1950s kitchen, living room and other examples of the roaring 50s lifestyle exhibits, all reconstructed in settings that capture the mood and spirit of the period. The museum features a childrens room with an authentic display of hundreds of childrens toys from the 50s and a gift shop with thousands of unique souvenirs and collectibles.
The auto collection combines the bold, beautiful and powerful in a mixture of Chevy Bel-Air convertibles, Corvettes and two-seater Thunderbirds, Imperials, Fords, Lincolns, Cadillacs, Buicks, Olds, Pontiacs and Packards. At the 57 Heaven Museum you can see them parked at the Diner, on Main Street, or catch a glimpse of the action at the Drive-Inn Theatre. No where in the world have finer examples of these museum quality 1957 vintage automobiles been assembled in a single facility.
The Classic Car Club of America was born later that year, In March of 1952, entertainer Herb Shriner invited the fledgling club to exhibit at the International Motor Sport Show held at the Grand Central Palace in New York City. A 1931 Cadillac V-16 All Weather Phaeton was spruced up and set up on the balcony - with a recruiting table alongside. Before the show, CCCA membership stood at twenty. By the end of the show, seventy five more enthusiasts had been signed up. And the Club roster more than doubled again in the next six months. On September 17th, 1952, the Classic car Club of America was incorporated with 212 founding members.
In January of 1953, Volume I, Number 1 of The Classic Car magazine came off the press. That July the club's first show - The Grand Classic - was held at Washington's Crossing State Park in New Jersey. In August the first tour - the CARavan - wended its way from the East Coast to Detroit where the Club was the guest of the Packard Motor Car Company, whose hospitality included a trek to Utica where the Classics were exercised on the famous Packard proving ground track.
Already the AACA had changed its Class 19 designation to "Classic Cars." The nice thing about an idea whose time has come is how quickly the word gets around and is cheerfully accepted. The CCCA proceeded from strength to strength. By 1960 membership passed the 2500 mark. Today membership numbers over 5600 worldwide. The club is headquartered in Des Plaines, IL, near Chicago. But, intrinsically, the CCCA is everywhere that Classic Cars are celebrated.
The counsel was created about the summer of 1995. It was needed to keep the calendar of car shows straight. With over forty car clubs in the area, to many were having big shows on the same day. So they were kind of stepping on each other and defeating the purpose of charity car shows. Then of course they have a lot of small car shows, which most aren't for charity. They're mostly held at small hamburger joints.
The L.A. Classic Chevy Club is a non-profit club for owners and aficionados of 1955-56-57 Chevrolet cars, trucks, Corvettes and Nomads. It is a chapter of both the Bow Tie Chevy Association and Classic Chevy International - however membership in these organizations is not a requirement for membership in the L.A. Classic Chevy Club. We are based in Los Angeles, Calif., but have members from throughout the United States, as well as Canada, Norway and Australia. We welcome cars in all states of restoration, stock or modified, from daily drivers to trailered show cars. All we ask is that members share an interest in these truly classic Chevrolets.
The L.A. Classic Chevy Club meets monthly (except December) on the SECOND Sunday from 4:00-6:00 PM at The Cimarron Cafe, 5160 West 190th Street, in Torrance. SW corner of Anza and 190th Street. There is no admission fee or membership requirement to drop in on these meetings.
Welcome to the Web site for the Western Region of the national Lincoln & Continental Owners Club (LCOC). The Western Region LCOC, organized in 1955, provides members with social events, tours, publications, and information. The club currently serves approximately 275 members from Northern, Central, and Southern California, and Nevada. Membership in the Western Region LCOC is open to all members of the national LCOC regardless of geographic location.
Members of the Western Region LCOC receive a monthly copy of the Continental Confab newsletter. Each issue features information about selected years and models, special articles on members and their cars, information about Northern, Central, and Southern area activities, and information on the National LCOC activities.
Visiting this website is your first step to joining our family. Whether you own a Nissan Z-car or you are just an enthusiast, here you will find information to enhance your
The Southern California Chevelle Camino Club (SCCCC) is made up of Chevelle and El Camino car enthusiasts from the Southern California region. The purpose and goal of the Club is to assist Chevelle and El Camino enthusiasts in the preservation, restoration, and maintenance of these historical vehicles, whether stock or modified.
Another Club goal is to have fun! The SCCCC will arrange meets and cruises throughout the year, including drag races at Southern California tracks. The SCCCC also encourages the participation of folks who are new to the Chevelle hobby, including spouses of Chevelle addicts, teenagers and other young people interested in classic Chevy muscle, and older long-ago car nuts experiencing mid-life crises.
This Web site is designed to help keep SCCCC members up to date on Club business and other Southern California Chevelle activities as well as introduce non-members to the Club, its members and its goals. Not only is the Club seeking new members in Southern California, but we also encourage Chevelleheads from out of town to drop us a line and let us know if they would like to get together with SCCCC members the next time they are in Southern California.
Join us for our monthly club meeting!
Yorba Linda Community Center
4501 Casa Loma Avenue, Yorba Linda, CA
(At the corner of Imperial Highway and Casa Loma Ave.)
Club Meeting Dates for 2004 (all meeting start at 9:00 am):
May 8th June 5th July 3rd August 7th September 4th October 2nd November 13th December 4th
The National Woodie Club exists to promote interest in woodies; to educate owners and the public on their history, beauty, usefulness and uniqueness; and to provide an association through which woodie owners and enthusiasts may exchange information on history, building, restoration or modification techniques and share experiences. The woodie is a special kind of car, which deserves special recognition. The National Woodie Club will work toward that goal.
We invite suggestions on improving our presence on the Internet. Please contact the web site administrator, David Miller at webmaster@NationalWoodieClub.com
CTCI was formed to band together owners of this classic automobile - to provide a medium of exchange for ideas, technical information, amusing reminiscences, and sources for parts. Lasting friendships have been formed through local chapters, Regional Conventions and International Conventions. Moreover, CTCI is recognized and sanctioned by the Ford Motor Company, who extends full cooperation and support.
Business Office Location
1308 E. 29th Street, Signal Hill, California 90755-1842
Phone: (562) 426-2709.....7:00 am - 2:00 pm (Pacific Time) Weekdays
The Cadillac-LaSalle Club, Inc. (CLC) is an international organization of nearly 7,000 members with 18,000 collectible automobiles built by Cadillac. It provides activities and services for enthusiasts of all Cadillacs from the single cylinder models to the exotic V-16's. Membership is open to persons anywhere in the world and ownership of a Cadillac is not required. The CLC is headquartered in the USA with offices in Columbus, Ohio.
The Cadillac-LaSalle Club, Inc. (CLC) is a non-profit membership organization founded in Detroit in 1958 and incorporated in the State of Michigan. Today we are the largest active international organization for Cadillac enthusiasts with 44 chartered regions, 6 chapters that focus on special interest groups such as LaSalles, '41 Cadillacs, Allantés, Broughams, etc. and 8 international affiliate clubs located in Australia, Belgium, Germany, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland and New Zealand. Our membership to date consists of 6,912 families who own more than 18,000 collectible automobiles built by Cadillac; however, ownership is not a requirement for membership. The CLC is not affiliated with the General Motors Corporation but maintains a cooperative relationship with Cadillac nationally and numerous Cadillac dealers locally.
We were initially founded to encourage enthusiasts to maintain, preserve, and restore collectible Cadillacs and LaSalles built from 1902-1942. Now the CLC recognizes all vehicles built by Cadillac. We promote the development, collection, publication and exchange of helpful information pertaining to our cars. We also promote social fellowship for club members.
Street Rods Unlimited was founded July, 1972. The founding members set forth these purposes for the club:
1. Promote the sport of street rodding through active participation with pre-49 street rods and specialty cars.
2. Provide mutual assistance to fellow street rodders.
3. Promote automobile safety.
4. In general, "To Have Fun With Cars".
During the mid-1980's, the club incorporated as Yesteryear Inc., dba/Street Rods Unlimited. Today, SRU is a family oriented group with members from all walks of life, living in San Bernardino, Los Angeles, and Orange counties. We also have associate members in Central California, Arizona, and Washington State. We are a non-profit, mutual benefit corporation.
Over the years, Street Rods Unlimited has sponsored a variety of events in Southern California. The largest, and most popular, was the Yesteryear Drags and Rod Run started in 1975 at Irwindale Raceway in Irwindale, California. This event drew participants from all over the west coast to compete down the 1/4 mile drag strip. When Irwindale closed, the event was moved to the Orange County International Raceway (OCIR) in Tustin, California. This location drew a record number of cars to show and/or race as well as record crowds for the one-day event. Unfortunately OCIR also closed, and the event moved to LA County Raceway in Palmdale, California where it became a two-day event. The last Yesteryear Drags was held in 1988.
Club Hotline: 818-341-3921
MONTHLY MEETING PLACE & INFORMATION
EVERY 2ND WEDNESDAY OF MONTH
7:00PM to 9:00PM
10364 Mason Ave.
Chatsworth, CA. 91311
Our meetings are the first Tuesday of each month at Casa Serrano Mexican Restaurant at 7 pm. We hold 2 major shows. The "Hot Rods & Harleys Spring Run" each May the weekend after Mother's Day at The Avi Resort Hotel & Casino just across the river in Laughlin, NV and "Roddin' On The River" the last weekend in Sept. at The Riverside Resort & Casino also in Laughlin.
Call: Tim (928)768-6026
We are a group of enthusiasts dedicated to the enjoyment of the Miata and the friends we have made through this great car.
Club meets the second Monday of every month at the Blue Ox Tavern on West Sahara at 6 pm.
Vehicle Makes: Mazda
Vehicle Models: MX-5 Miata
Vehicle Types: Convertible
Vehicle Years: all years
Club Contact: Jerry Bruce 702-253-9370 email@example.com
The Las Vegas F-Body Association is one of the largest and fastest growing clubs in Las Vegas. Originally created in October of 1999, by Matthew Guimond, with help from Travis Whidden, LVFBA has grown in to a huge family as well as a car club. In our short history, we have signed up more then 140 Las Vegas F-body enthusiasts. The LVFBA is always looking to add friendly, enthusiastic people to the family. In addition, we are constantly striving to bring respect to the F-body community. Please contact us if you are interested in being a part of our ever growing Association.
Silver State Stangs was formed in March of 2003 by a small group of Mustang owning auto enthusiasts who often gathered to race, work on cars, and generally hang out. Just over two years later Silver State Stangs is progressing into one of the premier statewide mustang clubs, with members ranging from Las Vegas to Reno, and attending events from Phoenix, to San Fransisco, and anywhere in between.
Silver State Stangs is open for membership to any Mustang owners of any year and any condition. Membership is free with no club dues.
If you love the Ford Mustang, you've come to the right place! Our membership is open to ALL Mustang owners or enthusasts, ANY Mustang, from 1964 1/2 right through to the present day. You are warmly invited to join Southern Nevada's premier car club devoted exclusively to the Ford Mustang!
Mustang Club of Las Vegas
P.O. Box 28705
Las Vegas, NV 89126-2705
Welcome to the Las Vegas Section of the Mercedes-Benz Club of America. The purpose of our club is to provide social, technical and driving events for Mercedes Benz owners and enthusiasts. Please tour this site, contact us if you have any questions and feel welcome to join us in any of our events. Should you wish to become a member now you may join online.
We are the Nevada Chapter of the BMW Car Club of America, with over 350 members. The BMW Car Club of America is the largest and most active BMW Club in the world, with over 75,000 members in the USA as well as overseas.
The Sin City Chapter provides you with a local support base. We own all types of BMWs, new and old, and our members are varied in their skills, knowledge, and interest in their BMWs. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate. Add to the enjoyment of owning your BMW and the camaraderie gained through working and playing with other BMW owners by joining the Sin City BMW Club.
Please note our club is dedicated to the preservation, restoration of the following types of (cars only) produced by Chrysler: Dodge-Plymouth-Chrysler-Desoto-Vipers-Prowlers. We have a year restriction on cars allowed into this club. Only 1979 or older Muscle & Classics (except Vipers & Prowlers) will be allowed. (*) Sorry no Trucks or Vans or radically customized vehicles. This club was formed in July of 2002. We do not collect dues, nor do we ever intend to. All information on our site is from members or personal friends of this club & Mopar enthusiast like ourselves.
Welcome to The Las Vegas Italian Auto Club. We are Italian sports car lovers. We get together for meetings and tours throughout the Las Vegas area. Check our website forum for upcoming events!
The Valley Cruisers of Pahrump have been together for seven and one-half years, starting with approximately six members. We now have approximately 45 members, which isn't bad for a small area. Pahrump is growing in population, and the club will also be growing.
Our club meets at 7:00 p.m. on the second Monday of each month at Archie's Restaurant in Pahrump, Nevada.
Welcome to the official site of the Nevada Region Viper Club of America. Check out the all the news, events.
The Viper Club of America (VCA) was officially launched on a national basis in May of 1995 when twelve Viper Registry Representatives met with Dodge Marketing in Detroit to form the Viper Club of America.
The club's objectives are simple:
Help Viper Owners have more fun with their Vipers
Facilitate communication between club regions and Dodge
Create a unified look and voice
Chrysler Corporation and Dodge Marketing's official blessing of VCA provided access to Team Viper for support and the permission to use Viper-related trademarks. Since its inception the VCA has grown to over thirty regions and has expanded Internationally to include regions in Switzerland, Japan, Germany, and Canada. VCA Regions are a great place to meet other Viperholics, and membership in the VCA's national organization entitles you to merchandise discounts, a membership card, and a year subscription to VIPER Magazine. For more information on VCA national, or a local VCA chapter.
The Ferrari Club of Las Vegas started as an independent organization in September, 2003. It later became part of the Ferrari Club of America as the Las Vegas Chapter of the FCA.
We meet several times a month for activities ranging from social events to track events with many other types of other events unique to Las Vegas and everything the state of Nevada has to offer.
We are a younger, active, group of Corvette owners based in Las Vegas! New members are welcome to join the fun. Meeting take place at Winchell's Pub and Grill 199 E. Warm Springs Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89119 every third Thursday of the Month.
Name: Hot Nevada Vettes
Address: PO Box 33404
Las Vegas, NV 89133
Phone number: (702) 451-6365 E-Mail
Think you might fit in with Classics Ands Rods ? Join The Club!
Just let us know - C.A.R's of Southern Nevada is open to generally all makes and models of the past generations that we love so dearly, and we're always looking for new members. If you're unsure how well you'd fit in or just want to see what's up then don't be shy! You can get a hold of us at the local shows or by using the contact info below. Yearly dues have been removed. Active members gain plenty of benefits including your own members page detailing your car as well as priority placement on our photo pages.
The Las Vegas Cruisin' Association, Inc. is a Non-Profit Organization committed to reliving the best of the good ol' days in a safe, sane, sensible and responsible manner. The organization intends to bring back the good ol' memories and atmosphere of the 50's, 60's and 70's.
Membership is Open to Anyone interested in Automobiles and would like to meet others with similar interests. The $15 annual Membership / Donation includes a Windshield Decal, Dash Plaque and a Monthly Newsletter that provides information on upcoming Automotive Events, Cruises, Car Shows, Swap Meets and Special Interest Events, in and around the Las Vegas area.
Benefits include an ACES member card, window decal, and a subscription to CHEVELLE WORLD, a bi-monthly magazine devoted exclusively to classic '64-72 Chevelles, Malibus, and El Caminos.
You also are eligible for free hobbyists advertising in the Chevelle Classifieds, and participation in all ACES activities and events.
Founded in 1996, The Rumblers Car Club have helped breath new life into a dying hot rod scene that was recovering from the severe wounds of the late eighties, early nineties Street Rod plague. Over the past decade, The Rumblers with the help of other local clubs have helped to set a firm foundation for an ever growing Nostalgia Scene right here in the heart of New York City. Outside New York, The Rumblers have had a World Wide impact with seven chapters across the United States (New Jersey, Orlando, Albuquerque, Los Angeles, San Francisco, The Nomads) and their newest chapter over seas in Hamburg, Germany.
What We're All About
Too often ladies get stuck in the passenger seat of their best guy's ride, looking out the window and giving directions...so the Pedal Pushers with their vintage cars are here to tell the ladies that the drivers seat is one size fits all.
All female car club formed by a few gals in March 2006 that got tired of tagging alongside the guys at car shows...so, WE GOT OUR OWN CARS...and the rest, as they say, is history!
Read more: http://www.myspace.com/voodoodollscc#ixzz0y7OGPbdZ
The Rat Bastards car club is located in Washington state, with members throughout the US and Canada
Our Simple mantra: Rat Bastards believe in 1969 and older, in the rough is enough, real steel and iron,old skool (as long as safety and money will allow) traditional Hot Rods and cool Kustoms. Built, not bought.