car club listing
Battle Born Crew
Ocean County, NJ
Battle Born Crew is a family of auto enthusiasts that are willing to help each other and the communities around them through shows, meets, parades, and fund raisers.
This is a Judgement Free Club: Feel free to criticize all you want, in the comfort of your own home. Remember, we are ALL Car enthusiasts! We are all family!
New Members: ALL new members will have a "PROSPECT PERIOD" during this period prospects are not required but should attend MEETINGS/SHOWS/EVENTS/MEETS to prove their loyalty to the team/family. Members/prospects with stock vehicles will not be required to work on your vehicle if you haven't begun already. Just show passion we know not everyone is made of money but helping out and showing support is enough for us.
Attendance: All SHOWS/MEETINGS/TEAM EVENTS are not mandatory Those that attend will be rewarded for their loyalty. Good attendance at shows and events will be seen with rewards and obtain elite status.
Vintage Automobile Club
Toms River, NJ
In the mid 1960's, owners of antique automobiles living in Ocean County, started gathering together socially, usually in someone's driveway, to discuss their old cars and whatever mechanical problems they might be having. Ideas were traded, tips were offered, hands were dirtied.
In time, this loosely knit group began using their cars in local parades. They even found themselves being asked by other community groups to display their cars at grand openings, fund raisers, and other charitable functions.
It became obvious to these old car enthusiasts that they needed to become more organized, and to give themselves a recognizable name. In July,1969, a group of twelve individuals gathered once more and drew up plans to form the first antique automobile club in their county. The name they chose for this new club was the "Vintage Automobile Club of Ocean County".
In September 1970, the Vintage Automobile Club of Ocean County was officially recognized by the New Jersey State Assembly as being a non-profit corporation.
In September, 1980, the Club held its first annual antique car show and flea market.
South Jersey Camaro Club
The South Jersey Camaro Car Club was founded on September 11, 2011 by a local group of Camaro enthusiasts to create friendships, fellowships, and to foster relationships with local businesses and communities, create awareness for and give back as a non-profit organization.
SJCCC hosts annual car shows with all funds being distributed to the charities of our club member’s choice. Our club is open to the public, and organized to help those that are less fortunate than ourselves. Membership dues help to cover our expenses of putting on our shows, with all monies raised being donated to our various charities or organizations within the state of NJ.
Also, I know this is going to sound odd, but, Firebirds are welcome to join the club too. Weird, right?
Fossils Car Club
Well, our official name is "The Fossils of South Jersey, Inc.". The club was founded in the early 80's by eight fellows attending a car show in a group. When asked the name of their club, one of them responded by saying "we're not a club, just a bunch of old Fossils' and that was the beginning of what is now one of the most admired and respected clubs in New Jersey. We are registered as a non-profit organization with the local, state and federal governments. We donate thousands of dollars each year to many charities, deserving projects and programs.
The Fossils are a family oriented club. Our memberships are families...husband, wife and children living at home. All members have an equal voice in all club matters. We have only two formal club meetings a year. The monthly club business is overseen by a board of trustees.
April starts our Cruise Nights, held on the last Friday of each month through November with rain dates announced as needed at Jackson Outlet Mall on Route 537. The third Sunday of May is our annual Car Show, held at Jackson Memorial High School, Jackson, NJ.
How does one become a Fossil one might ask? By asking a club member to direct you to a trustee of the club \ for an application and filling it out is a good start. You MUST have an American made vehicle that is QQ eligible and be willing to be active in the club. If you can't be willing to show up and help, then Don't Bother Asking! If we don't get active members, we can't be an active club. Please be patient...we have a limited membership.
British Motorclub of S.N.J.
In 1992, several individuals who owned British Cars in South Jersey got together to discuss their common dissatisfaction with the logistics of participating in single marque car clubs based in Philadelphia. Although these clubs had names that inferred broad geographical appeal (like Del-Val or Greater Philadelphia) our founders felt left out. Then there was the drive to evening meeting places in Montgomery County, Pa. or other far flung and congested locations west of Philadelphia.
Why not start a car club serving all British makes and models based in South Jersey? Move the meeting places around throughout South Jersey such as in Cherry Hill, Berlin, Vineland, Absecon, Tuckerton or Medford Lakes. A mailing list was put together and a newsletter was published. The British Motor Club of Southern New Jersey was born!
Now, over 25 years later, the club has grown from a few dedicated British car owners to over 150 like minded members who own and drive all manner of British cars.
Jersey Cape Region AACA
Mays Landing, NJ
The signatures of at least 15 AACA members had to accompany a request for a Charter. We made it, with two names to spare.
On May 10, 1966, a letter from John J. Lambert, Jr. , Vice President in Charge of Regions AACA, was sent to Dave Blyler. In the letter Dave was notified that our application for a new Region had been approved by members of the National Board of Directors at Hershey, PA. Mr. Lambert added that our formal Charter would be sent as soon as it was printed.
Over 50 years later we are still a strong club filled with car enthusiasts who not only enjoy sharing their vehicles with others but sharing the history of the automobile industry. We have given our time over and over again to raise interest in the car industry to schools and non profits alike. Come join us and help us continue this great history of our club and enjoy great friendships.
National Chrysler Products Club, NJ Shore
The National Chrysler Products Club was founded in 1979. Its Mission: 1. the preservation, restoration, exhibition, and use of Chrysler related cars and trucks and its early predecessors, 2. the collection, recording and preservation of Chrysler product historical data, 3. The dissemination to the public of the story of Chrysler Corporation's contributions to the automotive industry, and 4. The promotion of good fellowship and cooperation among members.
Our Region was chartered in 1997 and reflects the mission of the National Club and implements it on a local level.
Garden State Rockets
The Garden State Rockets Olds Club is a non-profit car club dedicated to the Oldsmobile brand and committed to the appreciation, promotion, and preservation of these fine automobiles.
Do you own an Oldsmobile and live in New Jersey or the surrounding area? We’d love to have you join us! Simply send us a message through Facebook and tell us a little about yourself and we’ll send you a membership application to return to us. It’s that simple! We hope to hear from you!
North Shore Antique
Automobile Club - Freehold
Incorporated in 1955, the North Shore Antique Auto Club of New Jersey is a car club where members share their interest in the preservation and restoration of antique and collectible cars.
Monthly meetings are held on the last Tuesday of each month in the basement of the Wall New Jersey Township Municipal building at 7:30pm.
Our club members participate in monthly events such as: summer picnic, winter holiday party, parades, local car shows, runs to see private collections, etc.
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South Jersey MOPAR Connection
The South Jersey Mopar Connection is a non-profit car club Dedicated to Mopar Action and committed to the appreciation, promotion and preservation of all Mopars (Chrysler, Imperial, Desoto, Plymouth, Dodge and Jeep). The club was formed in 1992 and became incorporated in 1994. While it was extremely active for many years hosting numerous car shows and cruise-ins, it became inactive for a number of years. The club has recently been re-activated and is
thriving. Membership is open to all owners of Chrysler Corp. Mopars.
As the name implies, members are mostly from the Southern New Jersey area. The club encourages attendance at its monthly meetings where members can meet, socialize, bring their cars, share stories, ask for technical advice and talk about their cars. Our members' cars include top quality show cars as well as works in progress and range from older Chrysler products to muscle cars to the newest retro Mopars and everything in between.
The club meets once a month in Egg Harbor Twp. and we are always looking for new members who want to make owning a Mopar an enjoyable, fun and proud experience. The annual dues are $36.00 a year and are due in January. Members joining mid year would have their annual dues prorated.
If interested in becoming a member, please request a membership application by e-mail at or by mail to the South Jersey Mopar Connection, 2501 Fernwood Ave., Unit #7, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234.
West New York, NJ
TeamC4 (Custom Creations Car Club) was created in June 19, 2000 by Frank "Sonic" Castaneda. This club has grown to over 100 members and represents some of the hottest and most original cars in the East Coast, and as of early 2018 global.
The club was created to give people with the passion about modifying their cars an opportunity to be part of a family, compete on the show car circuit.
TeamC4 vehicles have been featured in most tuner magazines, import car music videos, and in addition have even appeared in several movie spots with Paramount Pictures, and also music videos with top artists. Not to mention the honor of having our club name be part of NASA's mission to the moon with the Orbiter.
TeamC4 as also be able to become the first car club to be accepted outside the tuner world and be known with a top fortune 500 company, Apple. With the introduction of our Web App for the iPhone back in 2007. And now, we proudly have chapters in several states, and chapters in other countries.
We accept all times of cars from vintage, to classics, lifted, lowered. If its modded we would love to have it join the family!
Beach Bums Corvette Club
The evolution of the BBCC started in the late 1990’s with an informal group of guys getting together to cruise to Corvette shows and doing parades. Friendships developed around the common interest, The Corvette. The partying culture of the club and the sea shore location resulted in the naming of the club: Beach Bums Corvette Club. Donna Lewis was the first President and did most of the hard work of forming the club. Initially very socially orientated, the club had meetings at member’s homes and pool parties. Then Howard Welch set up meetings at Gardner Chevrolet and the club grew to over 20 members. At this point Howard felt the club was ready to have an all Corvette judged show at Gardner. It was a big success with about 55 Corvettes registered. Gardner shows continued with proceeds going to local charities, unfortunately show burn out occurred and the Gardner show was discontinued. The club meetings where then moved from Gardner to Barnegat Rec. Center. After a year off from shows, Ralph Gessner and Jamie Ciardelli suggested we do a show at Bay Village Beach Haven. The Bay Village venue was a big hit with car counts exceeding 150 Corvettes. The club really pulls together for these shows and of course the guests appreciate the BBCC hospitality. Due to the show success we have been able include many charitable organizations. The club is having fun participating in Memorial Day Parades, Corvette rally’s, Fall Cruise and lunch, Miniature Golf Tournament, cruises to Pt. Pleasant, detailing clinics at Dependable, judging clinics and many cruises to car shows with many proud trophy winners. And of course, our yearly Christmas Party at nearby restaurants.
Buick Club of America
We welcome all who share the enthusiasm for the automobiles produced by the Buick Motor Division of General Motors Corp.
Our sole requirement to become a Chapter member, is membership in the Buick Club of America
Chapter dues are $20.00 per year, which includes all family members, as we try to promote interesting activities for everyone.
We have an Annual car show, summer picnic, holiday party, and various events, cruises & runs throughout the year. Most meetings are held in Wall, NJ the last Wednesday of each month.
South Jersey Region AACA
SJRAACA and its members enjoy sharing their knowledge and expertise of classic automobiles with other antique car and truck enthusiasts, and, most of all, we love to drive and enjoy our cars.
Also, the SJRAACA and its members would be pleased to welcome you as a guest at our monthly meetings on the first Monday of each month in the Woodstown Borough Hall at 7:00 PM.
Egg Harbor Twp, NJ
Our Corvettes brought us together and the fun of ownership keeps us together!
Boardwalk Corvettes Club was conceived in the fall of 1983 at the time of the "new" C-4 introduction. Through the years we have grown to more than 50 members and an infinite number of long-term friendships. Members talk "Vettes" and share their experiences, excitement and enjoyment of Corvette ownership.
Boardwalk Corvettes also hosts many events and activities throughout the year.
Forked River, NJ
It all started back in 1994 at Joey's Sweet Shop in the Waretown plaza (which is currently the Waretown Post Office). Three guys (Bob Zimmerman, Tommy Davis & Joe Bourgeois) were cruising around Manahawkin with their old cars and later met up with Rich Karwecki, who joined them.
One day they stopped in at Joey's Sweet Shop for ice cream. The owner enjoyed the cars and encouraged them to return and hang out. That was the place on Sunday nights to go. Soon others joined them (John McHale, Ken Flatt, Bob Micki, Tom Engles, Dave Bintliff and Pat McMahon). Plans started about creating a car club for this area.
So it began in August of '94 and grew to about 20 members. Most of the original members are still enrolled in the club. Joey's Sweet Shop closed and the club moved their location to Burger King in the Lacey Plaza and to Friday nights. We had many new members join and were up to 85 members at one time.
Burger King closed for renovations and we relocated to the Forked River Diner and then to Stewart's on Route 72 in Manahawkin. Burger King reopened and we moved back.
We are a patched club for enthusiast of everything with wheels. No BS club just good times meeting new like minded friends and sharing automotive knowledge.
looking to enjoy time with friends and share the fun of
restoring, driving, showing our classics, hot rods, and
· No Dues.
· Initiation fee for member packet and shirt.
· No trouble makers!
· No Mandatory stuff.
We are currently accepting new members! Interested? Send an email to email@example.com
Dragstrip Zombies NJ is a Pre-1970 car and truck car club. Dragstrip Zombies is a worldwide car club with chapters across the world. Support your Local Zombies!!!
Antique Motoring Club
of Monmouth County
The Antique Motoring Club of Monmouth County (AMCOMC) is a sport club where members can share their interest in the enjoyment, preservation, and restoration of antique/collectible cars. Our club is growing rapidly into one of New Jersey's most spirited and active car clubs! Club membership is open to all car enthusiasts, regardless of whether or not you have a vehicle of your own.
AMCOMC's club meetings are held on the third Wednesday of every month at The Woman's Club of Little Silver, NJ. The Woman's Club is located at 111 Church Street, Little Silver, NJ 07739. Meetings last around two (2) hours and provide information on local car shows, private car collection tours, cruise nights, parades, national events, legislative updates concerning the hobby, as well as historical and technical information pertaining to antique/collectible automobiles. Annual membership dues are $30.00 and are owed in January of each calendar year.
Club members are able to participate in various events, including but not limited to:
Club-Sponsored Summer Picnic
Club-Sponsored Winter Holiday Party
Club-Sponsored "Cars and Coffee" Events
Local Car Shows
Exclusive Tours of Private Collections
...and many more!
Positive Earth Drivers Club
The Positive Earth Drivers Club was founded in 1990 by a small group of British car owners and drivers. PEDC has continued the mission of enjoyment of British automobiles through the quest of finding, restoring, collecting and most importantly driving our cars.
Our club is made up of a wide variety of men and women with a common love of the road. We welcome new members and hope everyone will participate in making PEDC a great club by getting involved in the ongoing drives, events, tech sessions and attending our monthly meetings.
The PEDC welcomes new members. The club meets on the first Wednesday of the month at Woody’s Roadhouse Tavern, 105 Academy Street, Farmingdale, NJ 07727,
Meetings start at 7:30 PM, but come early for dinner or bring your British car and talk shop in the parking lot.
Surf Corvette Club
The Surf Corvette Club was founded in 1963 as a social club to promote the only true American Sports Car, the Corvette. The club provides a social atmosphere for Corvette owners to enjoy their Corvettes with other enthusiasts, to meet new people, to share common interests and - most importantly - to have fun!
We meet the first Tuesday of every month (except July - there is no meeting). The meetings start at 7:30 P.M. All are welcome and we're always looking for new members full of Corvette spirit to join our ranks.
To become a member, all you need is a passion for Corvettes and to print-out and fill-in our membership application; then come to a meeting to present your completed application in person.
Our club has many social events during the year and also attends several Corvette shows. We start every new year off with a Super Bowl party, followed by a Valentine's Day brunch cruise at various venues on the Jersey Shore. We have an annual 4th of July party held at a member's home and we mark the end of the year with our annual Christmas party held at a very nice restaurant.
We also venture out with our Corvettes on many one-day trips and an occasional two- or three-day weekend trip. These jaunts are always lots of fun and generate terrific memories & stories that are recounted & remembered for years to come.
South Jersey Region SCCA
Maple Shade, NJ
Since 1944, SCCA has championed one mission: To bring motorsports to the masses of American men and women who are passionate about automobiles, speed, and competition.
The South Jersey Region of the Sports Car Club of America is a membership organization that facilitates and supports motorsports events in the South Jersey area. Events include Club Racing, Rally, and Solo.
Corvette Express is one of the most versatile and active Corvette clubs in Central New Jersey. We host a variety of activities throughout the year including dinner nights, road rallies, mystery drives, technical sessions and cars shows.
Club meetings are held the first Wednesday of every month at Elk's Lodge, Broadway & E. Main St. (Routes 79 & 537), Freehold, NJ 07728. The meeting starts promptly at 8:00 PM. ** Please be aware that due to COVID-19 restrictions, the meeting location will change each month. Please see the current newsletter for this month's location. Everyone is welcome to attend.
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