Appalachian Sports Car Club:; call Markus Houser at 495-6742 or e-mail ASCC General Membership Meetings are at 8 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of each month, except December, at Gilligan's Bar & Grill, 987 Eisenhower Blvd., Harrisburg

Central Pennsylvania Corvair Club: Contact Earl Holmes, secretary,, 991-7341 (Dauphin); John Berkheimer, president,, 632-5617 (Hanover); Dave Steigauf, vice-president,, 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. Dues are $16 per year; or $30 for two years. A monthly newsletter, by mail or online, contains information on monthly activities and upcoming shows. The club's annual "Corvair Days" show is in September at the Antique Auto Club of America Museum in Hershey. The club is a chapter of the National Corvair Society of America,

Central Pennsylvania Porsche Club of America:; call Rick Geiner at 653-4515. Executive board meetings are at 7 p.m. the first Tuesday of each month at the Lancaster Liederkranz. Porsche ownership is required. Members enjoy autocrosses, tech sessions, social events, club racing, rallies, concours, driving tours, a monthly local newsletter and a monthly national magazine. The club's feature event is The World's Largest Porsche Only Swap Meet.


Hershey Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America:; e-mail Meetings are 7:30 p.m. on selected Saturdays at the Chuck Wagon Lodge, 131 Museum Drive, Hershey.

Motor Menders:; e-mail Steve Smith at Meetings are the last Monday of every month.

National Nostalgic Nova, First Chapter, an association of owners and enthusiasts of 1962 to 1979 Chevy IIs and Novas, meets the fourth Sunday of each month. Contact Marlyn Runk at 677-4840, or; or Emery Grove at 244-7594 or

Southern Pa. VW Club:; e-mail Meetings are the second Sunday year round unless it gets moved to another day. Meeting information is on the club Web site.

Susquehanna Valley Vanagon Club:;; 884-8655(VOLK).

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

York Antique Car Club: Contact Walt Fullerton at 764-9995. Founded March 1961. The club sponsors spring, summer and fall car cruises and tours in addition to Sunday cruise-ins on the third Sunday of the month at the Ice Cream House, 86 N. Main St. in Red Lion. Dues are $10 a year for a family membership. No national club affiliation is 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. Ownership of a car is not required for membership.

York County Corvette Club:; club address: P.O. Box 303, York, 17402, Meetings are 7 p.m. the second Wednesday of each month at The Viking Club, 318 N. Adams Street, 17404.

York Mustang Club:; e-mail Paul Ness at 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.


Eastern Museum of Motor Racing:; Web site of a York Springs museum dedicated to open-wheel and dirt-track racing.

P&OM Garage: online magazine for the central Pennsylvania region, covering all types of custom cars and cycles;

Submit your club's info

E-mail information about your car club to or send to Car Clubs, in care of Matt Anderson, York Sunday News, 1891 Loucks Road, York 17408. Please include club meeting dates and times, Web site, and a contact name and phone number for publication. If you know of a regional Web site devoted to cars, trucks or cycles, we'd also like to publish that information; links can be sent to the above address.