My Hobbies and Interests, Club news, Events

Here are a few automotive related points of interest

Ray Taylor's Carsnet provides info on his swap meet and you can branch to several other areas from within his pages.

If the name "Arin Cee" or "Flying eyeballs" mean anything to you, take a peek at Rumpsville Rod Shop.

If you don't go anywhere else from here, by all means check out Michael Siewert's site. You can branch to many other interesting sites from within his pages.

How about checking out San Diego's own Bean Bandits Racing Team web site. There club was established in 1951, and is still very active today.

Yes, I did have a link to Big Daddy's (Don Garlits) drag racing museum here, but the url (isp) changes so often I can't keep up. Try a search engine to locate the current active url.

You can obtain the latest news on several racing associations (NHRA) at the Pit Stop. This site is very well done, and appears to be using the latest HTML apps.

Clubs & Organizations

I belong to several car oriented clubs and associations, including the largest San Diego based street rod club, the Over The Hill Gang. Perhaps you've seen the logo on brown or yellow jackets and hats at car events in and around San Diego. I also belong to the National Street Rod Association, and the Mid-America Willys Club (currently no web site) the San Diego Car Club Council, and the San Diego Auto Museum, and the relatively new North County Chapter of the Over The Hill Gang.

The San Diego Over The Hill Gang meets at 7pm, the first Wednesday of each month at the recovery center on Johnson in Lakeside, just south of Bradley.

The North County chapter meets at 7pm, the second Thursday of each month, currently in limbo (5-17-04)

The San Diego Car Club Council meetings are held at 7pm, the first Tuesday of the month on the second floor of the San Diego Automotive Museum, 2080 Pan American Plaza, in Balboa Park.

I discontinued posting the cruise night locations formerly found here, since they are quite dynamic and tend to become out dated quicker than I can correct them. The San Diego Union Tribune Saturday edition has a current list in the "Wheels" section.

The "official" OTHG web page is now available and has a current list also.