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This list is an updated list of local automotive clubs that we keep online and are sometimes published in the Daily Record/Sunday News. Email information about your car club to chirko@ydr.com or send to Car Clubs, in care of Cathy Hirko, York Sunday News, 1891 Loucks Road, York 17408. Please include club meeting dates and times, website and a contact name and phone number for publication. If you know of a regional website devoted to cars, trucks or cycles, we'd also like to publish that information; links can be sent to the above address.

 

Vehicle clubs

Appalachian Sports Car Club: scca-susq.com/ASCC; call Markus Houser at 495-6742 or email mghouser@gmail.com. ASCC General Membership Meetings are 8 p.m. the fourth Tuesday of each month, except December, at Gilligan's Bar & Grill, 987 Eisenhower Blvd., Harrisburg.

Austin-Healey Sports and Touring Club: meets the third Tuesday of each month in the Harrisburg-York area. Contact Del Border at 717-235-1086 or delborder@comcast.net for location and times. For details, visit austin-healey-stc.org. Healey ownership not required.

Central Pennsylvania Corvair Club: Contact Earl Holmes, secretary, earlzgames@comcast.net, 991-7341 (Dauphin); John Berkheimer, president, jnbmail1@comcast.


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net, 632-5617 (Hanover); Dave Steigauf, vice president, davecorsa@verizon.net, 898-7927 (Landisville). Business meetings are the second Tuesday of each month. Social events, tours, picnic and tech meetings are around the end of the month. The club is a chapter of the National Corvair Society of America, corvair.org.

Central Pennsylvania Porsche Club of America: CPA-PCA.org; call Rick Geiner at 717-653-4515. Executive board meetings are 7 p.m. the first Tuesday of each month at the Lancaster Liederkranz. Porsche ownership is required. The club's feature event is The World's Largest Porsche Only Swap Meet.

Central Penn Cadillac/La Salle Club meets the third Thursday of every month September to June at Gilligan's in Harrisburg. The club's feature events include a car show at Kelly Cadillac/Saab dealership in Lancaster. For details, contact Dan and Linda Arnold at 717-318-5609.

Hershey Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America: hersheyaaca.org; email hr@hersheyaaca.org. Meetings are 7:30 p.m. on selected Saturdays at the Chuck Wagon Lodge, 131 Museum Drive, Hershey.

The Keystone section of the national Mercedes-Benz Club of America costs $49 to join, and membership includes a monthly magazine, as well as discounts on parts and labor from Mercedes-Benz of Lancaster. The group has "tech" sessions, road rallies, overnight trips, day trips, dinner meetings and hosts an annual summer picnic and car show, as well as an annual holiday party in December. For details, visit mbca.org/keystone or call Donna or Max at 717-764-5890.

Mason Dixon Car Club meets 3 p.m. the last Sunday of each month at New Freedom Coffee House and Restaurant. The club also holds car shows and cruises. For details, email masondixoncarclub@yahoo.com.

Motor Menders: clubs.hemmings.com/motormenders; email Rick Garver at fortysevenchevy@verizon.net or Steve Smith at sms@ddogcom.net. Meetings are the last Monday of every month.

PA Central Miata Club, known as PACE was founded in 1992. The purpose of the club is to unite Central Pennsylvania Mazda Miata enthusiasts in a spirit of friendship and to enhance their enjoyment and knowledge of the Miata. Miata ownership is required. The club sponsors both single-day and multiple-day driving events, social activities and occasional tech events. Dues are $30 per year. For details, visit pacemiataclub.org, or call Joe at 717-737-8521.

The Revolution Corvette Club was founded in fall 2010 by a small group of Corvette enthusiasts. The club's mission is to encourage and promote all things Corvette, such as Corvette-related events, social activities and local community activities for members and their families. To promote camaraderie, friendship, cooperation and social activities among like minded Corvette enthusiasts through safe, fun competition, shows and other events run by RCC and participation in events with other clubs.

They are accepting new members. Meetings are the second Wednesdays every month at various restaurants throughout York County. For details or a membership application, email Perry Cisney at perry@perrylcisney.com. revolutioncorvetteclub.com

Road Raiders Rod and Custom Car Club: www.roadraiders.org; roadraiders@aol.com. Meetings are the first Tuesday of ever month at 6:30 p.m. at Kauffman's Cape Horn Family Restaurant, 601 Lombard Rd. Red Lion in the Cape Horn Square off of Route 24.

Southern Pa. VW Club: spvwc.org; email spvwcinfo@yahoo.com. Meetings are the second Sunday year-round unless it gets moved to another day. Meeting details are on the club website.

Susquehanna Valley Vanagon Club: vanagon.ning.com; valleyvanagons@gmail.com.

Susquehanna Valley Vintage Sports Car Club; svvscc.org.

Visual Reality Car Club: Founded in 1995 in Mount Wolf as the Visual Reality Custom Club, it has expanded to include classics and antiques of all makes and models. Meetings are 6:30 p.m., the second Sunday of each month, back room of the Lyndon Diner on Route 30 in West Manchester Township.

Club contact is President Charlie Nicholas, 717-818-0444. For details, visit the club's Facebook page, Yahoo group and Myspace page.

White Rose Street Rod Association has members who own pre-1973 vehicles. The club's business meeting is the third Monday of each month at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Felton. New members must be sponsored by a current member. Yearly dues are $25, which include a monthly newsletter with activities and upcoming events. For details, call Greg Rexroth at 717-244-8178.

White Rose Z Club: whiterosezclub.com; call Steve Weyant at 717-718-5725 or Erik Kidwell at 717-432-7820. Meetings are 7 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month in the lounge of the Four Points Sheraton behind Round The Clock Diner. All interested Z Car enthusiasts are welcome.

York Antique Car Club: The club sponsors spring, summer and fall car cruises and tours. It also has indoor activities during the winter. The group is welcoming new members. Dues are $10 per year for a family membership. No national club affiliation required. The club welcomes all types of special interest domestic and foreign cars, including antiques, classics, sports cars, hot rods, customs, street rods and muscle cars, however ownership of a car is not required for membership. For details, contact club representative Walt Fullerton at 717-764-9995.

York County Corvette Club: A group of Corvette enthusiasts having been meeting monthly since 1968 to encourage the preservation, ownership and operation of Corvettes and to raise money for local charities. The club meets the second Wednesday of each month at the Great American Saloon in Red Lion. Visitors are welcome. The group sponsors car shows, rallies and cruises. Visit york-vette.org for details. For a sample newsletter, email smacjones@comcast.net

York Mustang Club: The informal group of Mustang enthusiasts promotes the use, ownership, care and preservation of the Ford Mustang, regardless of model year. You don't need to live in York or own a Mustang to join. For details, visit the club's Facebook page or Yahoo group.

Want to see your club here? Email information to chirko@ydr.com or send to Car Clubs, in care of Cathy Hirko, York Sunday News, 1891 Loucks Road, York 17408. Please include club meeting dates and times, website and a contact name and phone number for publication.