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Everything’s bigger in Texas. That includes a passion for driving classic cars, which is why there are so many amazing opportunities to celebrate this love with others. The Lone Star State is home to many amazing classic car clubs that are open for car-lovers of all stripes to join. These are a few fine examples.

Austin County Cruisers

418 N. Chesley St.

Bellville, Texas 77418

The club meets on the second Tuesday of each month (except June, July, and August) and welcomes members who seek to enjoy and promote the “old car” hobby. Additionally, the club hosts an annual car show, the Classic Care Stampede on the Second Saturday in March. This show features vehicles up to 1976. Because it is a cruise-in, no registration is required.

Texas Touring Ts

C/o Don Warner

P.O. Box 932

Calvert, TX 77837

With annual dues of only $10 per year per family, this car club dedicated to the Model T is the place to be if you’re a fan. The club offers classes on car maintenance and the opportunity to hang out with others who share the same passion for these classic beauties. Most meetings are in the form of outings, gatherings, or tours and occur at least four times per year.

Lake Area Rods and Classics

405 County Road 207

Burnet, TX 78611

Active club based in the Hill Country of Central Texas, the Lake Area Rods and Classics club encourages the restoration and preservation of classic cars, trucks, and street rods. The club participates in local car shows, cruise nights, and local fundraising and charity events. This family-friendly club seeks to make cruising in these classic beauties fun for everyone – of all ages and actively works to encourage wives to participate.

Dallas Area Classic Chevys

P.O. Box 567

Scurry, TX 75158

This club is dedicated to the people who love classic Chevys and their stories about why they love these beautiful cars. This club is particularly dedicated to fans of the golden days of Chevy, which includes cars, trucks, and Corvettes from 1955, 1956, and 1957. The organization is 125 members strong and growing.

Wise County Antique Auto Club

P.O. Box 3

Decatur, TX 76234

This club offers a little bit of everything for the classic car enthusiasts, including project work nights each Monday, monthly membership meetings, and countless events throughout the year along with an annual swap meet featuring more than 3,000 vendors! Join the fun and participate in countless cruises, car shows, and more while meeting new people who share your interests and love for old cars.

Fredericksburg Vintage Car Club

“The Touring Club”

P.O. Box 3182

Fredericksburg, TX 78624-3182

Another Hill Country car club, The Touring Club focuses on the experience of driving these beautiful cars along the highways and byways of the Texas hills. The club hosts monthly meetings in Fredericksburg and participates in various national car tours each year as well as several club-sponsored tours and overnight events. You do not need to own an antique car to belong to the club. Anyone who loves old cars is invited to join.

As you can see, there are plenty of options for car lovers throughout Texas to share their appreciation of and passion for their beautiful rides. Whether you’re an old hand with classic cars or new to the art, there is a club that should work for you.

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