I was always skeptical of car clubs, but I wound up loving the one I found at my university. It was filled with enthusiasts and people were real nice to each other, even though the first few meet-ups were so filled with BMWs and Mitsubishi Evos that we nicknamed ourselves BMWs, Evos and Friends.
Last week, I asked you guys for the car clubs you’re part of. Did you start it? How often do you meet? What do you do together?
I didn’t expect much out of my own BMWs, Evos and Friends experience, but after a little while I started to appreciate that spending time with cars took me out of my own garage, my normal circle, and into the company of people I’d never have met otherwise. That’s what makes the car community great: You’ll always have other people with similar interests to hang out with. That’s why we form clubs.
Oh, and we met Jay Leno once when we were out for a cruise on Mulholland. He had his F1 with him. It was neat.
Anyway, enough about me, time for you! Let’s hear about these clubs.
The Firebirds (Stag GT)
Mopar and Japanese Bikes (A. Barth)
I like your taste.
Stateline Rallycross (shop-teacher)
That photo says it all.
“The HubCap” (asegal17)
You guys have a newsletter!?
Abarth Club (redred)
You guys must make quite some noise.
LOOK AT ALL THE SAABS!
You guys are in it for the long run.
Buick Club of America (ninjagin)
A wonderful collection of stuff here.
Sounds like everyone is welcome.
AlfaBB (Chairman Kaga)
A great group of people.
Gran Touring Motorsports (MredkilledmyZ)
Think about joining this one!
This just seems like the best.
Suicide Slabs Canada (Pat)
Check out these Continentals.
There are lots of ways of staying involved.