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Canyon Lake California is a small private community with a HUGE passion for classic cars, hot rods and trucks. Our membership consist of both City and non-City residents who all enjoy the unique passion for classic automobiles. Members are required to own one or more PRE 1973 automobile(s). Visit our "about the club" page for more information..
Family membership: $60
Download a Membership Application HERE
2019 Canyon Lake Car Show Registration form HERE
Please print and complete the application for membership. Either mail to address listed on form or bring your application to our monthly Car Club meeting which occur on the first Thursday of each month at the Lodge Holiday Bay Room at 6pm
Trophy and award winners
Best of Class
Award of Excellence
Award of Excellence
Steve Pease 1923 Ford T-Bucket
Harold Cole 1923 Ford T-Bucket
Steve Del Castillo 1919 Ford Roadster
Ed Len 1932 Ford Roadster
Leon Motte 1932 Ford Coupe
Gary Loope 1929 Ford Roadster
Dave & Debbie Odel 1948 Ford Woodie
Joe Morgan 1940 Ford Sedan
Rob Weber 1941 Willys Coupe
Robert Radcliffe 1950 Ford Custom Delux
Greg Evans 1950 Ford Tudor
Wayne Jackson 1954 Mercury Monterey
Bill Fritz 1964 Ford Ranchero
Roy Jolly 1956 Mercury Montclair
Dave & Ann Keller 1956 Chevy Bel Air
Cory Miller 1974 Ford F-100
Kim Coon 1966 Ford Mustang
Ken Miller 1968 Pontiac Le Mans
Canyon Lake Property Association
Robert Barchilloz 1969 Datsun
Dan Ingbretson 1971 Ford Mustang
City of Canyon Lake
Larry Santoro 1963 VW 23 Window Bus
Garrett Verhagen 1965 Ford Mustang
Best Engine Picked by Rick Hunt of Hunt Hot Rods
Robert Ochs 1956 Ford F100
Best Interior Picked by George Torres of Armando’s Custom Upholstery
Fred Defalco 1957 Chevy Nomad
Best Paint Picked by Pat Helferich of Z-Best Paint
Paul Garcia 1967 Chevy Camaro RS
President’s Choice Picked by Joe Landin, Canyon Lake Car Club President
Mark Ducharm 1929 Dodge 5 window coupe
Best of Show Picked by Gil Losi, 2016 Good Guys Custom Rod of the Year recipient
Mike Johnson 1950 Olds Holiday Delux 88
Best in Class Marguerite Jongles 1928 Ford 4-door Phaeton
2nd Place Steve Pease 1923 Ford T-bucket
1929 - 1936
Best in Class Mike Augustine 1930 Ford Coupe Deluxe
2nd Place Bob McClelland 1936 Ford 4-door Standard
1937 - 1948
Best in Class Don Bolton 1937 Buick 46C
2nd Place Lionel Presiado 1937 Ford Tudor
1949 - 1954
Best in Class Jim Spurbeck 1950 Olds Sedan Deluxe
2nd Place Steve Ferreira 1953 Ford F-100
1955 - 1964
Best in Class Pete Ashlock 1956 Chevy Nomad
2nd Place Bill Ruffulo 1964 Studebaker Hawk
1965 - 1972
Best in Class Ken Miller 1968 Pontiac Lemans Sport
2nd Place Megan Sullivan 1966 Chevy C10
POA Choice Motte’s 1958 Chevy Impala
POA Choice Rob Edmondson 1964 Corvette
City Choice Ray Hamblen 1937 Ford convertible
City Choice Eric Mattson 1957 Cadillac Brougham
Best Engine Mark Ducharm 1929 Dodge 5 window coupe Chosen by Bob Earleywine of Bob Earleywine Performance
Best Interior Vic Galindo 1953 Ford Customline Chosen by George Torres of Armando’s Custom Upholstery
Best Paint Chris Walters 1967 Chevy Chevelle Malibu Chosen by Pat Helferich of Z-best Paint
Best of Show Ed Len 1932 Ford Roadster Chosen by Gil LosiFoose Pick Rick Estrin 1932 Ford Roaster Chosen by Sam Foose
The Canyon Lake Car Club Adopt-a-Highway Program called a SUCESSS!
21 Members at the Canyon Lake Market at 7am Saturday to walk the length of Railroad Canyon Road to pick up trash and litter. Contributing to the beautification of our City by picking up trash, litter, bottles, cigarette butts and a few other strange items. We found a tire tread, rear axle, golf balls, cantaloupe, and even a $1 bill.
Each volunteer received a safety vest, trash back and long reach pick up grabber. For additional safety, a pickup truck followed each group.
It was amazing the volume of trash collected.
So as you drive down Railroad Canyon Road please not the cleanliness and thank the Car Club for helping make Canyon Lake a BIT OF PARADISE.
Club member Hans Wegg attended the Hooter's car show and WON with his super-black GTO. Here's proof:
If you look hard you can see Han's GTO. It's there, look hard.
If Hans is showing his Hooters then I will too.
Most of you know that I started as a nuclear electrician, moved on to a power plant high voltage electrician and now manager power plants. I also had the honor being the Battery Petty Officer of maintaining all 126 lead acid batteries on board the USS Guardfish, a fast attack nuclear submarine. Fast forward to the last few years here in Canyon Lake. I've had the honor to meet our resident drag racing record holder Bob Earleywine and a few other drag racing fanatics (Randy Haapala, Jim Kipp and others) who have turned me on to the sport. Put these two things together (batteries and drag racing) and you get this guy.... check out the video and you'll see what I mean. (thanks Rett for the fascinating video).
Obviously part of drag racing is the thundering mega horse power of the Top Fuels and Funny Cars but it's interesting to see the torque these little DC motors can put out. Just watch and see....
When did Rock'n Roll start?
Some people think it started in 1953 with Ike Turner's "My Rocket 88," or Big Joe Turner with "Honey, Hush" in 1953, or "Shake, Rattle and Roll" 1954. Personally, I believe it started with the premiere of the movie Blackboard Jungle in theaters across the country, in 1955. This movie featured the song "Rock Around the Clock" by "Bill Haley and his Comets," which helped to propell Rock and Roll as a musical genre. It was reported that teenagers jumped from their seats to dance to the song.
Here are some little videos that some of you ol' timers might enjoy.
Video1: Take Me Back to the Sixties
Video2: Growing Up in the Fifties
Video3: Take Me Back to the Fifties
Video4: Do You Remeber These
More videos like these can be found at Old Forty Fives (what ever a "forty five" is)
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