Member Clubs


    • Amarillo Antique Auto Club:
    • Amarillo Area Corvette Club:
    • Classic Rollers Unlimited:
    • Early V-8 Ford Club. Golden Spread Regional Group:
    • Hansford Showtime Car Club: Sam Abston  806-659-3019
    • High Plains Drifters Street Rods: 
      • High Plains Drifters was started in 1982 by Jerry Main, Larry Sandefur, and David Hill. In 1984, the Foliage Tour was started with a trip to Canadian, Tx. In 1991, the tour was changed to the last Sunday in October to Palo Duro Canyon. The club joined the Panhandle Council of Car Clubs in 1984. There are presently eleven families in the HPD Club, and we are responsible for the February Cruise Night on the first Saturday of the month at Region 16 parking lot on Bell and Hillside in Amarillo.
    • High Plains Thunderbirds:
      • Bud Eaton 806-622-1102 PCCC Rep or Gary Fields: President 806-468-9630
      • The High Plains Thunderbirds came into being in the spring of 2002 as a result of a dream of one man, Lon O’Connell, who wanted to share his love of the Ford Thunderbird with others. Seeing the promotions for the new ’02 Thunderbirds in the Spring of 2001, Lon ordered an Inspiration Yellow Thunderbird. His car was one of the first to arrive by rail in Amarillo in August 16, 2001 but with a factory hold. After a factory cooling fan repair,  his car was re-delivered October 9, 2001.
      • High Plains Studebaker Drivers Club:
        • Russell Miller 806-356-1108
      • Krankers Kar Klub:
      • Old School Car Club:
        • Jackie Yelton 806-548-7920
      • Slo-Pokes Rod & Custom:
        • Tony Birkenfeld 806-622-1481
      • Texas Panhandle Model A Club:
        • Mark George 806-622-8443 or
        • Dean Elliot (Pampa) 806-665-4970
      • Texas Panhandle Mustang Club:
        • Kenny and Dena Gann 806-381-1079
        • Bud Eaton 806-622-1102 
          • President, Bud Eaton
            Vice President, Dena Gann
            Secretary, Rose Trujillo
            Treasurer, Marilyn Smith
            MCA Rep, Bud Eaton
            Council reps, Bud Eaton, Kenny & Dena Gann
      • Top of Texas Classic Chevy Club:
        • Richard Alsup 806-355-0407
          • The Chevy Club was started in about 1977. It was originally a club for 1955, 1956, and 1957 Chevrolets. Over the years, the club has evolved into one with members owning many kinds of hotrods, or none at all. The members just share a love of cars read:
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