Texas Car Clubs

Amarillo Area Mopars

"We are a Mopar club, make no mistake about that. However, we are not your typical car club. We are an open club: Anyone with a passion for Mopars is welcome to join. Concourse 68 Charger R/T, rusty Slant Six Dart, back-halved street machine, Lifted Ram, 2.2 Turbo, or even a ratty Diplomat that generates dirty looks for just being on the street...If you are a Mopar person, you are welcome to join!"

Air Coolers VW Gang

austin-car-club-air-coolers "Our main purpose is to have fun. (If you find yourself NOT having fun, please notify someone.) Being true to our gang roots, we have no dues or fees, no official positions or titles and no rules.


Austin Area Car Club

"The general purpose of the Austin Area Car Club, incorporated as a non-profit corporation, shall be to preserve, maintain, and enjoy antique, classic and special interest vehicles 25 years of age and older for the benefit of its members as well as the general public."


Austin EV

"We are a group of people who gather to discuss electric vehicles, their construction, the technologies that make them work, and how we can further their continued re-introduction into central Texas."

Austin F-Body

Austin Mini Cooper

Austin Thunderbird Owners

austin thunderbird owners logo Our purpose is to enhance the experience of owning a two-seater Thunderbird by participating in area events, meeting others with similar interests, and sharing information and knowledge.

Membership is open to anyone who owns or is interested in the early model Thunderbirds.


Capitol City Early Ford V-8 Club

Regional Group 121 of the Early Ford V-8 Club of America.

Representing the Capitol City region of Central Texas, we are dedicated to preserving and maintaining the Early Ford Motor Company Vehicles, including Lincoln and Mercury, from the flathead era — 1932 to 1953 inclusively. Our mission is to gather and share enthusiasm of these great classic vehicles. Flatheads Forever!

Central Texas Classic Chevy Club

CTCCC is based in Austin, Texas, and is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of 1955, 1956 and 1957 Chevrolet cars, trucks and Corvettes. CTCCC has over 90 active members from the Central Texas Area. Our members have Classics of all classifications, some factory original, some highly modified.



Jaguar Club of Austin

"The Jaguar Club of Austin was formed in 1974 by a group of Jaguar enthusiasts to promote and encourage individual and group interest in Jaguar motor cars and to provide a social environment for Jaguar lovers to share and exchange information and experiences." -Jaguar Club of Austin


Longhorn Corvette Club

The Longhorn Corvette Club (LCC) was chartered in the summer of 1973 by a group of Corvette enthusiasts who were interested in enjoying their Corvettes through automotive activities and meeting other Corvette owners. The first public gathering was at the Gazebo by Town Lake, the starting point for a successful and warmly remembered Hill Country Tour.

The Longhorn Corvette Club is a member of the National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC), a national sanctioning body providing insurance, organization, nationally recognized rules and guidelines. Nationally, NCCC has over 15,000 members in approximately 300 Corvette clubs.

The club is involved in community affairs through participation in parades, car shows and local charity programs. In addition, car oriented activities such as autocrosses, drag racing, tours and rallys allow the whole family to participate in a safe, wholesome and fun environment. The Corvetter has an opportunity to drive at nationally known professional tracks, such as Road Atlanta, Texas World Speedway, Hallett, Daytona and Sebring, where you don’t have to worry about the speed limit.

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Longhorn Corvette Club (LCC)

Wild Side Stangs

Wild Side Stangs car club logo A car club for 5.0 Fox Body to present Mustangs owners who live in the Austin Texas and surrounding area.


Bayshore Fine Rides

"What began 29 years ago as an idea between a few friends, has grown over the years to be one of the largest non-profit car clubs in the Houston area. Bayshore Fine Rides continues to be a shining example of what a charitable organization should be. Several national non-profit organizations, as well as local organizations, individuals and families in need, benefit each year from the proceeds of our annual car show and many of our members attend benefits throughout the year to help others."

Austin County Cruisers

The Austin County Cruisers hosts an annual car show called the Classic Car Stampede which is held on the First Saturday in March.

Early Cars of Big Spring

Home of Texas Oldest Rod Run! We are located in Big Spring, Texas. Big Spring, the county seat of Howard County, and is at the "crossroads" of Interstate Highway 20, U.S. highway 87, State Highway 350, and the Missouri Pacific line. The city is in a rocky gorge where the northern limit of the Edwards Plateau and the southern most hills of the Caprock converge. It is named for the "big spring" in Sulphur Draw, historical watering place for coyotes, wolves, and herds of buffalo, antelope, and mustangs; the spring was a source of conflict between Comanche and Shawnee Indians. Signal Mountain, ten miles southeast of Big Spring, was a landmark used by early cattlemen. In 1849 Capt. Randolph B. Marcy's expedition reached Big Spring on the return trip from Santa Fe and marked it as a campsite on the Overland Trail to California. 2000 Howard County Population: 33,627 (courtesy: City of Big spring) Our 35th consecutive Rod Run was a great success. We would like to thank all of the participants! You have some beautiful rides!

In 1968, Raymond Hogg, Gary Richardson, Autry Moore, and Russell White had the first meeting of what would become the Early Cars car club which now holds Texas' Oldest Consecutive Rod Run. They held their first rod run in 1971 at Birdwell Park as a local event and in 1972 it was advertised and open to everyone. The car show started as a separate event to help put on the Rod Run. It was held at the fair grounds in May and the Rod Run was on Labor Day weekend. You never know who will show up at the Car Show. One time the ZZTop car stopped and several times we had Rod and the Custom Magazine Editor on site.

Some special people worked the car show and rod run those first years. They were Raymond Hogg, Frank Edwards & Walter Brumley.

Heartland Cruisers

We are a small club with absolutely no dues, no rules, and no officers. This works because you can not find a more eager and happy-to-help group of people.

We are located in the heart of Texas. When the original group could no longer put on the car show here in Brownwood, we just could not let it die out; so began the Heartland Cruisers.

The Club is primarily the brain child of three, Paul, Donnie and Wayne, but it is in the heart and soul of countless rodders. The group just grows and grows. It may even be time to organize as a structured association.

During the year we participate in many activities. The big event is our Rod Run in June with entries from everywhere you could imagine. Beginning in 2008, there were 194 entries. In 2009 we had 270 entries. Then in 2010, the number of entries grew to 305. And then in 2011, we had a record of 411 entries!

We also hold a car show for the Brownwood Reunion.

In some form or fashion we participate in approximately 40 events over the year. You know, there are only 52 weeks in a year, but who is counting when you are having fun.

What a Great Group we have, and thanks to all that pitch in and make it happen.

Texas Touring T's

The Texas Touring Ts is a chapter of the Model T Ford Club of America, and we follow the by-laws for local clubs. With chapters located all over the world, the purpose of the Model T Ford Club of America is to provide fellowship and exciting activities for its members.

According to their website they meet on the second Thursday of each month at the IHOP in Bryan (758 North Earl Rudder Freeway) at 7 P. M.


Buda GearHeads

Lake Area Rods and Classics Car Club

The Lake Area Rods and Classics Car Club are a very active car club based in the beautiful Hill Country of Central Texas.

The purpose of the Lake Area Rods and Classics Car Club is to encourage restoration, preservation and building of classic cars, trucks and street rods. Other purposes of the organization shall be encouraging participation in community services, socializing and providing enjoyment for all members. We participate in local car shows, cruise nights, local charity fund raising events and LAR&C Car Club activities.

Also, check out their Activities page for local cruise-ins!

The Lake Area Rods and Classics Car Club organizes an annual car show held in Burnet.

Caddo Mills Motor Club

Caddo Mills Motor Club

Conroe Cruisers

"The Conroe Cruisers Car Club is dedicated to the preservation, restoration and appreciation of motor vehicles. Our focus is toward charitable contributions, community service, and recreational outings for our members, their families and friends."



Costal A's and Rods

"Coastal A's and Rods is an organization to promote street rodding in South Texas. Established in 1992 with over 50 members in the Corpus Christi area. We sponsor one major street rod event each year on Memorial Day weekend which draws several hundred cars annually. Members also participate in many street rod s and charity fund raising events throughout the year. The club meets the 1st Tuesday of each month at Snapkas Restaurant located on Leopard St.. The club also has numerous social events throughout the year. Please browse our site for upcoming events and information."


MG Car Club

Car club for all British automobile owners and enthusiasts in Corpus Christi, Texas, and the surrounding area.

Dallas Classic Chevys

North Texas car club with over 170 enthusiasts dedicated to the legendary 1955, 1956 and 1957 Chevy cars, trucks and Corvettes Chevrolet’s Golden Era!

Late Great Chevys

Lone Star T's

Dallas Fort Worth chapter of the Model T Ford Club of America. The Lone Star T's is a Model T car club dedicated to helping members, sharing knowledge, and participating in events.


Wise County Antique Auto Club

Wise County Antique Auto Club sponsors the Decatur Swap Meet. It is the first major automotive swap meet of the season in the south central United States.  It is the meet our shoppers look for to kick off the new season of restorations, repairs, car show, and tours. Vendors from as far away as Minnesota take part in the meet year after year.

Val Verde Classics Car Club

Val Verde Classics Car Club
Location/Area: Del Rio, Texas and Val Verde County areas.
Phone 651-307-0378
Contact Person: Brent Saba
127 La Paloma Drive
Del Rio TX 78840


Early Automobile Club of Denton

Early Automobile Club of Denton

No website.

Ed. If you have any information or history about this car club please let us know.

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El Paso Chevelle Car Club

We are a new Car Club focused on social gatherings and participating in family oriented car shows/events. Members are automotive enthusiasts with interests in car collaboration, shows, vehicle modifications and best of all having a great time. We will activley persue community service as we grow.

El Paso Corvettes

Fredericksburg Vintage Car Club

fredericksburg vintage car club motor texas The Fredericksburg Vintage Car Club (FVCC), is a touring club affiliated with the Vintage Motor Car Club of America (VMCCA).

The club's 100 families include enthusiasts from all around the Hill Country. Members enjoy old cars, and especially enjoy touring in them. They have several local and regional tours each year, and many of their members also participate in one or more of VMCCA’s six national tours held annually.

In addition to Fredericksburg and Kerrville, our members come from all over central Texas, including Austin, Georgetown, San Antonio, Boerne, Bandera, Comfort, Stonewall, Johnson City, Dripping Springs, Wimberley, Marble Falls, San Angelo, Junction, Victoria and Bastrop.

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Fredericksburg Vintage Car Club (FVCC)

Georgetown Area Car Club

"The Georgetown Texas Area Car Club, founded in 2004, is a non-profit 501(c)(7) Social and Recreation Club dedicated to promoting the enjoyment of classic, antique and special-interest vehicles."

Gonzales Classic Cruisers

The Gonzales Classic Cruisers were established in August 2008, with 60 members as of 2010. Our group holds the Come & Take It Car Show each year and donate money back to different organizations each year, our donation for 2009 was a $500.00 automotive scholarship. We enjoy taking our old cars out on Friday nights and stopping for a good meal and good friends company.

Contact Info
gonzalesclassiccruisers @ yahoo .com

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Gonzales Area Car Shows

Greenville Antique Car Club

Greenville Antique Car Club, AKA Antique Auto Club of America, Northeast Texas Region, was organized in 1973.

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American Motors Club of Houston

The American Motors Club of Houston is devoted to the cars and fans of the American Motors Corporation.

The club is a chapter of the American Motors Owners Association (AMO)


Corvair Houston

"Corvair Houston was organized in 1974 and incorporated in 1983. As a chapter of the national Corvair Society of America (CORSA) it is dedicated to preserving the Corvair for future generations."


Corvette Owners Club of Houston

H Town Camaro Club

Houston's only all generation Camaro car club.

Houston Chevelles

"The Houston Chevelle Club is made up of GM enthusiasts who like to actively engage in club and car show events. We have established a strong club with a good framework and direction, come check us out!"


Houston MG Car Club

"Welcome to one of the largest British Car Clubs in Texas. We are an open-marque club founded in 1971 by the late Nick Nichols. Join us for the best in year-round enjoyment of our MG sports cars."

Houston Mopars

Houston SCCA

"We are the Houston Region of the Sports Car Club of America. If it has something to do with driving fast in the southeast regions of Texas, we probably have our fingers (and right foot) planted firmly in it!"


Mustang Club of Houston

The Mustang Club of Houston, Inc. (MCOH) is dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of Classic and Late-model Mustangs. There are currently more than 150 members in the Club with a high percentage actively participating in club events.


North West Houston Vette Rods

"The nwhouston vette-rods group was formed by 5 corvette & rod owners. Enrollment is open to all corvette/rod enthusiasts seeking an informal structure that requires no dues, no formal meetings or bylaws typical of most car clubs. Membership has grown to over 100 members throughout the Houston area. Members meet every Sunday morning at 9:00 for coffee and socializing at the starbucks located on spring cypress and champions forest drive. We call this weekly gathering Corvette church & coffee (ccc). typical attendance is 20 to 30 corvettes & rods unless another event is planned on that day. All car lovers, family members and visitors are welcome. Typical conversations focus on upcoming group events, updates on member projects and providing help and information to all."


Sam Houston Corvette Club

Founded June 6, 1993, the Sam Houston Corvette Club membership averages 165 families with over 200 Corvettes.


San Jacinto Corvette Club

Space City Corvette Club

"Space City Corvette Club is comprised of people who share the same passion for the Corvette. We welcome all generations of people and Corvettes dedicated to the organization of charity events through cruises, car shows, racing events, and many other fun activities. Our mission is to raise money for local and national charities."


Space City T's

The Space City T's Club is the Houston, Texas Chapter of The Model T Ford Club of America.


Texas Triumph Register Car Club

The Texas Triumph Register is a club of Triumph automobile owners and enthusiasts dedicated to the preservation and continued enjoyment of the Marque. The Texas Triumph Register has membership in the Vintage Triumph Register , the Triumph Sports Owners Association, the Triumph Register of America and the 6-Pack club.

Membership is open to all who appreciate automobiles bearing the Triumph name, whether owners or not. In addition to monthly meetings, the club sponsors events such as rallies, shows, road tours and technical seminars.


Third Coast Chapter of the Falcon Club of America

car clubs houston falcon club The Third Coast Chapter is a non-profit organization created to preserve the Falcon automobile, advance the acceptance of the Falcon automobile, and to promote good fellowship.

Membership in this chapter is open to anyone who is interested – ownership of a Falcon automobile is not a requirement for membership. The geographical area encompassed by the chapter is north and west Harris County outside Beltway 8 (Northwest part of Houston), Waller, Grimes and Montgomery counties.


Please visit our website for more information.

West Houston Muscle

Huntsville Cruisers

Katy Cruizers Car Club

"Katy Cruizers is a values-based antique car club that prides itself in being one of the most active car clubs in the west Houston area. Our monthly tours and monthly meetings with technical sessions make for an entertaining gathering of friends both old and new, and for education in the hobby of antique auto collection and restoration. Spouses are actively engaged in the club leadership and all activities, unlike many car clubs."

Hill Country Automobile Club

"We’re a group of individuals dedicated to the enrichment of our community through the education and preservation of historical motorized conveyances."


Challenger Squad Car Club

killeen-cc-challenger-squad We are an Active Car Club focused on community service and participating in family oriented car shows/event and also race at Little River Race track twice a month. Challenger Squad members are automotive enthusiasts with interests in car shows, racing, vehicle modifications and much more.

Challenger Squad (Closed group on FB)

Mid Texas Corvette Club

"The Mid Texas Corvette Club is a diverse group of corvette enthusiast who are connected through their fondness for Corvettes, the automotive hobby, and our desire to help others. We currently have 38 members and are always looking to grow. We are always seeking out purpose driven events and benefits that help our neighbors throughout Central Texas. We have a wealth of automotive experience that enables us to build full custom show stopping rods, do frame off restorations and even build 10 second magazine featured drag demons. Regardless of what we are doing, one thing remains the same, the longer we drive, the more opportunity we have to enjoy our cars, which is what it's about."

La Grange Classic Cruisers

Touch Of Glass Corvette Club

"Touch Of Glass Corvette Club is a thriving Corvette club based in Longview, East Texas. TOGCC is open to Corvette enthusiasts that enjoy the tradition of a great American sports car. If you love to drive or show your Corvette then TOGCC is the club for you. TOGCC always has interesting club activities going on. We conduct day cruises, dinner cruises, weekend runs, show and shines, monthly meetings and other planned activities of interest. We would be glad to have you join us at any of our meetings or planned activities."

Touch Of Glass Corvette Club

Caprock Classic Car Club

Caprock Classic Car Club is a non-profit organization filed with the State of Texas. Members cars range from antique to modern and include classics, stock, modified, muscle, street rod, trucks, and special interests. They also list Lubbock car show and cruise-in information.


Caprock Corvette Car Club

"Our club promotes pride in ownership of America's #1 sports car, the Chevrolet Corvette, through car shows, road trips, cruises, education, social and family events, and civic responsibility. We provide our membership an opportunity to meet with other Corvette owners and share performance information, car care information and experiences."

Lubbock Mustang Car Club

"The Lubbock Mustang Club is a social organization dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of the Mustang automobile and the fun and fellowship that goes hand and hand with these great cars."

RGV Old Cars

Rio Grande Old Cars is a non-profit group hobbyists who would like to see the old car hobby grow in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas.

Their site is updated with the most current information on events, shows, cruises, or outings, along with FREE classified ads related to the old car hobby. They also feature articles on local persons and their unique cars and stories, as well as helpful hints and tips for restoring your classic.

RGV Old Cars is the valley's Spot for Antique, Classic, and Hot Rod Enthusiasts!

Visit RGV Old Cars here:

AACA Deep East Texas Region

"The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) promotes the restoration and enjoyment of antique automobiles and trucks. The Deep East Texas Region of the AACA serves the entire East Texas area. We host car shows, we organize local tours with our members' antique vehicles, and we enjoy monthly gatherings with members and friends."

Red River Valley Honkers

Lake Country Classic Car Club

Lake Country Classics Car Club Lake Country Classics is a North East Texas car club that seeks to bring together persons interested in vintage, classic, muscle and street rods.

Our goal to promote a favorable public image and promote public interest through parades, car shows, and other community sponsored events.

Club Website

Alamo City Electric Auto Association

The Alamo City Electric Auto Association is the San Antonio, Texas chapter of the national non-profit Electric Auto Association. We are a group of enthusiasts who enjoy building, driving, and promoting Electric Vehicles (EV's) as a viable form of transportation (and just plain fun).


Alamo City LX

MOPAR Muscle Club

San Antonio Rodders

T Fords of Texas

The "T FORDS OF TEXAS" is San Antonio's Ford Model T club. It was formed in 1975 as a gathering place for fans of the most importatnt vehicle ever built. We curently have over 50 members and our local Model T registry lists over 100 Model Ts of all kinds, including 2 and 4 door tourers, pick-ups, ambulances, trucks, depot hacks, and even race cars.


Facebook Page

Texas Bowties First Generation Camaro Club

The San Antonio Chapter of the First Generation Camaro Club.

"We are a group of First Gen (67-69) Camaro owners and enthusiasts dedicated to the interest and preservation of all classic GM bowties. The Texas Bowties was established over 10 years ago and has since grown to approximately 30 families with cars that include Camaro, Firebird, Chevelle, Cutlass, Corvette and others.

As part of giving back to the community, the Texas Bowties raises money for local charities through our annual car show.

Texas Bowties First Generation Camaro Club

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Heart of Texas Corvette Club

"Heart of Texas Corvette Club (HOTCC) is a non-profit social club, headquartered at Don Ringler Chevrolet in Temple, Texas. HOTCC is a social and service club for persons having a common interest in the appreciation, construction, and use of Chevrolet Corvettes. HOTCC promotes fellowship among Corvette enthusiasts through the dissemination of technical and practical information, business meetings, and social activities. HOTCC promotes community involvement through charitable activities. HOTCC host social activities, rallies, tours, and charity events."

Cen Tex Corvette Club

"Since 1968, The Cen-Tex Corvette Club, Inc., located in Waco, Texas, has been devoted to the enjoyment of "America's Sports Car", the Corvette. With racing events, car shows, dinners (lots of dinners), cruise-ins, caravans, road trips, local charity support, and did I mention dinners, we have something to suit eneryone's interest. Our membership includes folks from all over the Central Texas area. We have members enjoying their first Corvette's to grandparents enrolling their grandkids in the FCOA, the Future Corvette Owner's Association. This IS the 'Heart of Texas'."