Sticky that would be awesome! I know we have tri-fives in the central Arkansas area but no clubs come to mind, even with permission if I can get ole pretty (my car) off the stands when there is another car event around here I would put up a Tri-Five.com banner and see what springs up! Would love to get a club together...I'll see if I can chase down some of the other 5-6-7's i've seen around and pole for interest, and let you know the next time I hear of an event in the central Arkansas area that I can/will attend!
I can see this was started quite a while ago, but thought I'd add anyway.
We have a Tri-five only club here in Adelaide, South Australia. I haven't been to a meeting in close to a year, but it was going OK when I was last there. Small group, but they put on a good show once a year.
They include all GM cars in the tri-five years, so even the Holdens of those years are represented.
For me the most fun clubs are those "informal" ones with no officers, no dues, no meetings...just a bunch of enthusiasts that do stuff together whenever they feel like it. I dislike the "structured" formal club scene.
Aussie Club would be nice to see here. Great idea.Mike
Collecting cars 50 years.
I still have my very first car a (57 Chevy Bel Air 2 door sedan) and several 5 6 and 7's now.
Retired law enforcement officer with over 40 years on the same department ..
This is just a shot in the dark. I don't belong to a car club. I might do it when I get the engine back in my car but I was thinking...usually a dangerous thing.
I would like to chat with some of you that belong to car clubs, I want to see how they are orginized. What can you expect from your club, what your club needs from you. Do you have officers in place. are there fees and if so what are they used for. That type of information. I would guess most car clubs have a similar orginization.
What my thinking is and I would really appreciate your ideas, is starting a worldwide car club that carries the TriFive name logo etc. After all we already have the shirts, the stickers.
What I am thinking is if someone in a small town or urban area wants to start a club we could have the orginizational format available to anyone that wants to use it. I am not sure how to handle the liability issues, but that should be the least of the concerns.
We could have hundreds of TriFive Chevy clubs springing up around the world. Ok maybe thats a bit optomistic.
So what I know about this is absolutly nothing. It is more of a suggestion to see if there would be in interest.
Please let me know what you think.
I started "Ypsilanti area street rods" 36 years ago-with 20 other street rod owners. The club is thriving today as the other 19 guys took off. All of what you ask or say is pretty easy, liability , incorparate. stops lawsuits. Although in 35 years we have never had one- for or -against. They are fun they become part of ones life.She loves it to this day , so i stay in.It is not a large club......just right size. 20 men and their other halfs. World wide would be A ton more headache, Far as another club .when i leave my club I STARTED, thats it.you get more than 20 couples you get moaning and groaning, about likes and dislikes,which is just human nature. other than this, its quite kool hth any questions let me know