Formed in 1981, the Panhandle Cruisers Car Club is a nonprofit corporation that was set up to collect funds for charities and is founded on the principles of encouraging restoration, repair, or modification of special interest vehicles. Although the organization has no national affiliation you will likely find its members among any number of automotive organizations including the National Street Rod Association, Mustang Club of America, Goodguys, Florida Mopar Association, Corvette Club of America, or newer organizations such as the PT Cruiser Club to name but a few. The type of vehicles found among the members varies as widely as the membership in the other clubs, ranging from restored vintage automobiles from the early 1900ís, to street rods from the 30ís and 40ís, to muscle cars from the 60ís and 70ís, to present day front-wheel-drive imports. With the wide range of vehicles come varying degrees of modifications from bone stock to big block Pro Street monsters. There truly is something to satisfy every ones automotive taste.
As with the vehicles there are varying activities that the members undertake ranging from the weekly cruise nights, to cruises through the countryside, dinner get-togethers, Christmas parties, and a car show or three. The shows are perhaps the most popular venue for many of the members who engage in showing their cars at almost every opportunity. Visit our website@ www.panhandlecruisers.org
19211 Three Rivers Rd