THIS MONTH'S NEWSLETTER:
FOUNDED IN 1977 TO REPRESENT THE AUTO HOBBY IN NEW MEXICO
NEWSLETTER FOR JUNE, 2021
MEETS 4TH WEDNESDAY EACH MONTH, JANUARY-OCTOBER AT 7:00pm
MEETING SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 23, 2021 AT 7PM
1717 6TH ST. NW
THE BUILDINGS OCCUPIED BY THE NM ASSOCIATION OF MILITARY HISTORY, FORMERLY THE MILITARY MUSEUM. FROM MENAUL, TURN SOUTH ON 6TH ST. (STOPLIGHT THERE), GO UNDER THE FREEWAY. KEEP RIGHT. ON THE RIGHT ARE TWO CREAM-COLORED QUONSET HUTS. THAT IS THE DESTINATION. BRING YOUR OWN CHAIR IF YOU WANT A GUARANTEED SEAT.
COUNCIL MEETING DATES FOR 2021: June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22, October 27
Web site: http://www.nmcarcouncil.com. Robert Gold of the Wheels of Gold Corvair Club is web master. Art Gold, of the Wheels of Gold Corvairs, has volunteered to take charge of facebook. Check the Council web site to make sure your club's info is correct. If not, contact Robert at firstname.lastname@example.org or Joyce at email@example.com.
* * * * * MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL – IMPORTANT * * * * *
It’s time to get the web site, facebook and contacts updated for the Council. If you have not done so already, please provide the information requested on the form you received in May. The officers and directors want to get back on track with current contact information. If you do not respond in some way to the Council request, it will be assumed that you are no longer interested in receiving the newsletter. Thank you for your updates.
CAR COUNCIL MEETING FOR MAY 26, 2021
Present at the meeting were: Robert Gold-Wheels of Gold Corvairs; Joe Ballengee-Alb Model Car Club; Ron & Su Rymarz-Rte 66 Cars & History, OCCA; Alan Schwartz-Mercedes-Benz Club; Tyler & Shawn Earle-White Tigers, Rickshaws; Joyce & Will Clements-Old Car Club; Jim Clements-Tumbleweed Ford V8 Club; John (JD) Doran-Rio Grande Mustangs; David Huntoon, Tony Berbig, Greg Nelson-Corvairs NM; William Lemen-LCOC; Cole Weatherred, Shawn Welch-Guests; Michelle Garcia, Angela D. Vigil-LOE GTO’s; David Merewether-Jaguar Club & Tin Lizzies; Perry Key-NM Auto Artists; Mike Fuller-Roadrunner Convoy.
President Gold called the meeting at 7:01. Our first order of business was to discuss the museum as our permanent meeting location, with using the same type of payment arrangement that we had at the Old Car Garage.
Robert then had us move around the room and introduce ourselves. There were 22 of us in attendance.
Joe then gave us the treasurer’s report. We still have money.
Robert discussed what we were doing as a group. Joyce was introduced and gave us a recap of the recent poker run. We had 54 cars. Joyce explained the systems we had in place. We collected $575.00 we gave out some cash and still made money. Seems like everyone enjoyed the day. The day was great, and a big thanks to all of those that volunteered. Seems like folks saw as many old cars not in the swap meet as in.
Joyce also gave Robert Gold a special gold hat, as a bribe, ooops a gift, for his services. We also discussed upcoming Collector Car Appreciation Day. J D is working with Joyce on coordinating that event. The weekend of July 9th. The Route 66 organization is the main focus behind the planning. Looks like we are also going to have a July Swap meet at the dragway again. The last one held a week ago at the end of May was a success. Hopefully these meets are going to be an ongoing event.
Also if you have updated cars, location, club please see Joyce to update your profile. We passed around the latest copy of The Latest Scoop. Please pass along any events to Joyce for publication.
Robert then brought up some new business as, again, to paying the museum our previous rent amount; it was unanimously approved and we will start paying them our previous stipend.
Robert discussed the upcoming election. We discussed, due to COVID, we have had some unique circumstances as to election timing. These may be pushed out. We will discuss nominations in June.
There are also talks about the state fair re-establishing their routine. Seems like things are getting back to some sense of normalcy. Keep our fingers crossed. Keep your events coming!
Exactly 1 hour and one minute after the call to order, we adjourned
Your Sec, Bill
NMCCC BOARD MEETING, JUNE 9, 2021
The NMCCC board met last week to shore up some details to help us finish out 2021, and steer the direction of the organization for 2022. We met at my office last Wednesday to go over the pressing issues of our JUNE nomination and election of officers and open board seats. Robert kicked off the meeting right at 7:15. We are very thankful that Robert has stepped into the breech and has led as interim president after Jamie resigned. Robert has agreed to run in earnest for the slot. All of the board members have also graciously given their ok to stay through to the ‘22 election cycle. Volunteers stepped forward to fill the Vice President’s slot and the open board seat; the board has put forth the two names that have expressed a willingness to serve on the board. Joyce has subsequently sent out ballots to the reps of the active member clubs. There are a couple of ways you can submit your ballots. You can use the good ole Gobment mail, or send it in to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Two things to remember. You can write a candidate in, and it is one ballot, one club rep. We then transitioned to discussion of Collector Car Appreciation day. JD is working with the Route 66 association on the overall event. It was decided that due to the fact they would be staying at the El Vado hotel Friday night (July 9) we will be sponsoring an old time ice cream happy hour. Yours truly is coordinating the event with the hotel. Details to follow. As of now we are thinking 7:30 - ? on the event. We will keep you posted. Michelle was then called on to discuss the picnic for the club in August. Joyce tells me she’s well along the way to putting it together. With Covid 19 we are thinking it will be a bring your own eats affair. Again we will keep you posted in the upcoming events section. The board adjourned with a lot of events and plans for a robust 2021. We look forward to seeing you at upcoming events. Looking forward to getting your ballots. See you at the meeting. Your Sec Bill
UPDATES FROM THE NEW MEXICO COUNCIL OF CAR CLUBS
SEMA has declared that Friday, July 9, is Collector Car Appreciation Day. The Route 66 Association wants us to welcome the NM Route 66 Motor Tour on Friday, July 9. We are planning some kind of Meet and Greet. Saturday, July 10 may be a cruise or show & shine. Details should be available shortly. The Land of Enchantment GTO’s are working to have an All Clubs’ Picnic in August. Anyone with ideas or wants to help should come to the meeting or contact Robert Gold, Joyce Clements or Bill Lemen. The object is to get our cars out and have some fun. If your group is planning any events, please notify the editor email@example.com. Thanks.
STATE FAIR CAR SHOWS
Craig Vencill of the NM State Fair is scheduling car shows for the Fair in September. He has a proposed schedule for the dates of September 11, 12, 18, and 19. See the listings below. If your club is one of these, make sure Craig has a current contact for his web site. If your club is not listed and you want to have a show, contact Craig and set a date; he’d like to have more shows. Craig Vencill – Desk: (505)222-0788, Mobile: (505)250-6140, e-mail: Craig.Vencill@state.nm.us.
NMCCC SPONSORED EVENTS
MEMBER CLUB SPONSORED EVENTS and OTHER NEW MEXICO EVENTS
February 1 and Later – David Fields firstname.lastname@example.org welcomes car clubs and other groups to visit the spectacular Globo Rojo Auto and Art Museum in Sunland Park NM. Access to the full collection, including arrangements for meals, can be arranged by appointment. Live music is also available for an extra charge. Also nearby, in Santa Teresa, is the War Eagles Museum that has lots of WWII planes, history and a few cars of the era. Call (575)589-2000 for hours and information for that museum.
June 19 – Mopar Fest Cruise – 4th St, Solar to Pueblo, Albuquerque – Open to Mopars – Paul (505)896-8115 or www.moparclub.com
June 19 – Retirement Home Fathers’ Day Show – Palmilla Senior Living, 10301 Golf Course Rd NW (behind Smith’s Shopping Center), Albuquerque – Spaces for 15 vehicles, some under covered carport, others open – Part of Fathers’ Day BBQ, w/live entertainment – Participants will be fed – Time is from 11am-1pm – There is a huge circular parking lot where rides can take place if desired – Please reserve ahead to guarantee your share of the BBQ – Kayla Baker (505)867-5022, email@example.com or www.PalmillaSeniorLiving.com
June 19 – Pre-Fathers’ Day Show – La Vida Llena Retirement Community, 10501 Lagrima de Oro NE, Albuquerque – Vehicles park between 10 and 11am, show from 11am-1pm – Show is for veterans at the residence – Hot dogs, hamburgers, chips and sodas served – Ribbons & trophies for participants – Please reserve ahead ASAP to make sure you get fed – Nancy Vigil-Cottrell, (505)291-3497 Cell: (505)-688-6262
June 19 – Heritage Days Car Show – City Park, Portales – Chamber of Commerce – (575)356-8541 or
June 20 – Fathers’ Day Car Show – NM Hwy 344 & Church Rd, Edgewood – Trophies, live, entertainment, free food & drinks, Mustang giveaway, door prizes – Tony Jaramillo (505)459-2358
June 26 – 1st Annual Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show – Car Crafters on Montano (across from Power Ford),
Albuquerque – Open to all makes, models – Entry $20.00, ALL proceeds to benefit Albuquerque Bible Church children's ministry summer camp – Set up 8-10am, show 10am-3pm – Door prizes, DJ music, food and ice cream trucks – Bring your own shade and chairs – Raffle tickets for 1969 Full Custom Chevy C10, $100 per ticket – Drawing held at one of our local car shows, odds are 600 to one – Joe for more information (505)235-5900
July 4 – 45th Plaza Pancakes & Car Show – Downtown Plaza, Santa Fe – Chris Harris (505)470-0503 or
July 8-10 – NM Motor Tour – Gallup to Tucumcari – Details TBD
July 9 – Collector Car Appreciation Day – This is set nationally. If your group is planning something, SEMA would like to know: SEMA Action Network (SAN)
July 9-10 – Collector Car Appreciation Day Cruise or Show & Shine – Albuquerque – Reception on the 9th, Cruise on the 10th
July 13-17 Cadillac/LaSalle Meet – Marriott Pyramid Hotel, Albuquerque – Open to Cadillacs & LaSalles – Nick Manole firstname.lastname@example.org
July 16-18 – Swap Meet & Car Show – Albuquerque Dragway, 5700 Dragway Blvd SE, Albuquerque – Friday, swap meet 3-10pm, live band 8-10; Saturday, swap meet 8am-10pm; Sunday, swap Meet 8am-3pm, Car Show & Shine 8am-3pm – Vendors $30, spectators $5 to park, car show entry $10 – Contact Mike (505)315-6949 for swap meet, Oscar (505)712-7770 for car show
August 7 – 22nd Annual Bosque Farms Car Show – 1040 Arena Rd, Bosque Farms – Open to all cars, trucks, motorcycles – Vendors, food, awards – Entry donation to benefit Village of Bosque Farms – (505)869-5733
August 14 – 14th Donate for Life Car Show – Young Park, Las Cruces – Susan Brown (575)496-2627
August 14 – Car Show 2021 – Railroad Ave, Las Vegas – 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM – Advanced online registration –
August 27-29 – 2nd NSRA Nationals – NM Expo, Albuquerque – Open to pre-’92 – Swap meet – NSRA (719)327-0827 www.nsra-usa.com for registration and information
August 29 – Sagebrush Charity Car Show – Sagebrush Church, Albuquerque – 9am-2pm – Trophies, music, fun, free food – Raffle 2002 Toyota Tundra, 1972 Chevy Nova Super Sport $20/tickets – www.sagebrush.church.com – (505)922-9200 to register – Kevin Koppenhaver (505)280-6231for more information
September 4 – Swap Meet & Vets’ Car Show – Big Daddy’s Flea Market, Las Cruces – Walter Brown (575)640-5920
September 10-11 – 24th Annual Run to Hillcrest – Hillcrest Park, 10th & Sycamore Sts, Clovis – Fri nite Burger Fry and live music – Sat Show & Shine open to street-driven vehicles 2000 & older – Entry $30 before Sep 1, $40 after – Free embroidered shirt for 1st 30 entries – Classic car raffle $10/ticket – Valve cover races, dash plaques, goody bags, picture plaques – Lodging information available – Jerry Bailey (575)693-2511, Barbara Woolsey (575)799-1354 or Mike Camp (575)714-4737 or facebook: Clovis Desert Cruzers
September 11 – State Fair VW, Mopar, Jaguar Car Shows – NM Expo, Albuquerque – Classic VW’s, Mopars on the Midway, Jaguars – Craig Vencill – Desk: (505)222-0788, Mobile: (505)250-6140, e-mail: Craig.Vencill@state.nm.us
September 12 – State Fair Ford & Classic Car Shows – NM Expo, Albuquerque – Ford Model T’s, Ford Model A’s, Ford Flatheads, VMCCA, Classic tractors – Craig Vencill – Desk: (505)222-0788, Mobile: (505)250-6140, e-mail: Craig.Vencill@state.nm.us
September 18 – State Fair Hot Rod & Custom Car Show – NM Expo, Albuquerque – Craig Vencill –
Desk: (505)222-0788, Mobile: (505)250-6140, e-mail: Craig.Vencill@state.nm.us
September 19 – State Fair Corvair Car Show – NM Expo, Albuquerque– Craig Vencill – Desk: (505)222-0788, Mobile: (505)250-6140, e-mail: Craig.Vencill@state.nm.us
September 19 – 8th Wounded Warrior Car Show – 141 Roadrunner Pkwy, Las Cruces – Open to pre-2017 – Jr. Adams (575)644-5774
September 25 – Smokin’ Oldies Car Show – Courthouse Park, Deming – Dorinda (575)494-7072
September 25-26 – 36th Annual Corrales Harvest Festival – Corrales Rd near Village offices, Police dept, Senior center, Corrales – Open 9-5 both days – Car show open 8am both days to first come, first served, 20-25 cars, help with parking, bring your own chair – No entry fee – Food trucks, vendors, model RR display, Pet Parade on Sunday – Denise Stramel (505)892-6047 work, cell (303)775-2531
September 25 – American Lung Association Car Show & Walk – Hoffmantown Church, Albuquerque – Contests, music, prizes – Donations to ALA Research in NM – (505)814-7554 or email@example.com
September 25 – Wings-n-Wheels – International Airport, Las Cruces – Tom Reynolds, Direct: (575)644-6563, Main: (575)541-2471 firstname.lastname@example.org
September 25 – The Taos Plaza Takeover – Taos – 3-7pm – Parade, Show & Shine – Live band – email@example.com
October 1-2 – 34th Run to the Inn of the Mountain Gods – Inn of the Mountain Gods, Mescalero – Open to pre-’78 – Jerry (915)630-5218 or www.earlytimesstreetrodders.com
October 9 – 17th Annual Los Leones Show – Mesilla Town Hall, Mesilla – Jose Pena (575)644-3747
OCTOBER 15-17 – Route 66 Tri-State Corvair Meet – Albuquerque – http://tristatecorvairs.com
October 30 – 31st Last Chance Fun Run – Alameda Park, Alamogordo – Jack (575)491-9804
November 6 – 24th Annual Vets’ Day Car Show – Veteran’s Home, T or C – Sam Shannon (575)740-3904
November 20 – “Just for the Hell of It” Car Show – Body Works, Las Cruces – Mike Garcia (575)541-5772
December 6 – Salvation Army Toy Drive – Old K-Mart to Rudy’s, Las Cruces – Noel Evans (907)209-5491
OUT OF STATE EVENTS
June 17-19 – AACA Spring Nationals – Saratoga Springs, NY – (585)474-2406
June 18-20 – 47th Back to the 50’s Car Show – Minn. State Fairgrounds, St. Paul, MN – Open to pre-’65 – MSRA (651)641-1992 www.msra.com
June 20 – Fathers’ Day Car Show – Borchardt’s Speed Shop, Milwaukee, WI – Mike (414)282-2390
June 24-26 – St. Ignace Car Show – Downtown, St. Ignace, MI – C of C (800)338-6660 www.stignace.com
June 25-27 – 35th Rocky Mountain Nationals – Colorado State Fairgrounds, Pueblo, CO – Open to pre-’92 – NSRA (719)327-0827 www.nsra-usa.com
July 1-3 – AACA Central Spring Nationals – Auburn, IN – (717)534-1910
July 2-4 – 30th Speedway Heartland Show – Iowa State Fairgrounds, Des Moines, IA – Open to pre-’88 – Goodguys (925)838-9876 www.good-guys.com
July 4 – 36th Annual July 4th Car Show – Holz Chevy, Hales Corners, WI – Open to pre-’90 – (414)250-8879
July 5-9 – 42nd Annual GTOAA Nationals – Chula Vista Resort, Wisconsin Dells, WI – Hosted by Original GTO Club – https://www.gtoaameet.org
July 9-11 – 23rd Summit Nationals Show – Ohio Expo Center, Columbus, OH – Open to pre-’88 – Goodguys
July 11-15 – VMCCA 70th Annual Great Lakes Regional Tour – Auburn, IN – Frank Guzik firstname.lastname@example.org or (260)627-2127
July 11-16 – AACA Vintage Tour (1931 & Older) – Lock Haven/Wellsboro, PA – (717)534-1910
July 22-24 – AACA Annual Grand Nationals – New Ulm, MN – (320)290-4285
July 24-25 – Car Show – Delta, CO
August 2-5 – VMCCA Grand Indiana Auto Tour #26 – Columbus, IN – Tim & Frieda Howell (317)326-1515,
email@example.com or www.grandindianaautotour.com
August 2-7 – Hot August Nights – Reno, NV
August 5-8 – Street Rod Nationals – KY Expo Center, Louisville, KY – Open to pre-’92 – NSRA (901)452-4030 www.nsra-usa.com
August 7 – Airport Show and Swap Meet – Denver, CO – CO Collector Car Council – 8am-2pm –
August 12-14 – Tri-Five Nationals – Beach Bend Park, Bowling Green, KY – Open to Tri-Fives – Tri-Five Assn.
(855)567-1957 or www.americantrifive.com
August 13-14 – AACA Western Fall Nationals – Loveland, CO – (970)686-9291
August 13-15 – 33rd Annual Gunnison Car Show – Gunnison, CO – Friday night Cruise-In, Saturday Show & Shine, Sunday Breakfast Cruise – www.gunnisoncarclub.com
September 9-11 – AACA Southeastern Fall Nationals – Greenville, SC – (864)275-2596
September 9-12 – Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Show – Orleans Hotel, Las Vegas, NV – Open to pre-’63 – Tom Ingram (562)496-4287 or www.vivalasvegas.net
September 10-12 – 23rd Colorado Nationals – The Ranch Events Complex, Loveland, CO – Goodguys
September 12-17 – Revival AAA Glidden Tour (1942 & Earlier – Saratoga Springs, NY – Sponsored by VMCCA – Bill Preston (315)539-8235 or firstname.lastname@example.org
September 18 – All Classic Cars OFF Main – Benson, AZ – To be yearly on third Saturday in September – Cindy Allen, Benson Clean & Beautiful email@example.com
September 24-26 – 28th Lone Star Nationals – Texas Motor Speedway, Ft. Worth, TX – Open to pre-’88 Goodguys (925)838-9876 www.good-guys.com
September 24-26 – 37th Run to the Pines – Pinetop Lakes Country Club, Pinetop, AZ – Open to pre-’73 – Randi Corbin (928)358-9666
October 1-3 – 20th Meguiar’s Del Mar Nationals – Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar, CA – Open to pre-’88 – Goodguys (925)838-9876 or www.good-guys.com
October 6-9 – Hershey Fall Swap Meet – Hersheypark Stadium, Hershey, PA – Google Hershey Swap Meet 2021 for full details
October 6-9 – AACA Eastern Fall Nationals – Hershey, PA – (717)656-7720
October 7-10 – MCA Regional Car Show – Casino del Sol, Tucson, AZ – Open to Fords – Pueblo Club (520)429-7807 or www.mustang.org
October 9 – Truck, Car & Cycle Show – Pro-Tech Diesel Shop, Anthony, TX – Richie Rivera (915)412-7267
October 9 – 33rd Annual Cars in the Park – Vets’ Memorial Park, Sierra Vista, AZ – Janet Forbes (520)249-9756 www.sierravistacarclub.org
October 11-15 – AACA Southeastern Divisional Fall Tour (1971 & Earlier – Mt. Airy, NC – (614)580-1950
October 12-16 – VMCCA Convertible Top Tour – Branson, MO – Jim Cohen, Tour Director (417)860-1446 or
firstname.lastname@example.org or Ginger Cohen, Registrar (870)577-4572 or email@example.com
October 13-16 – Chickasha Fall Swap Meet – Grady County Fairgrounds, Chickasha, OK – (405)224-6552 for info or to reserve a space
October 15-17 – Western Tri-Five Invasion – Famoso Drag Strip, McFarland, CA – Open to Tri-Fives – Tri-Five Assn (855)567-1957 or www.americantrifive.com
October 16 – 15th Annual Classic Car Show – The Gregory School, Tucson, AZ – Open to pre-‘2000 – Rotary Club (520)440-4503 www.rotarytccs.com
October 18-22 – AACA Central Divisional Tour (1996 & Earlier) – Broken Arrow, OK – (918)527-9560
October 20-24 – 43rd Run to the Sun – Bridgewater Golf Course, Lake Havasu, AZ – Relics & Rods (928)855-0933 www.relicsandrods.com
November 2-5 – SEMA Show – Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV – (866)229-3687 or www.semaSAN.com
November 6 – 14th Cops & Rodders Car Show – Kino Sports Complex, Tucson, AZ – Bonnie (520)207-2878
November 6-13 – VMCCA Western National Tour – Cottonwood, AZ – Malcom or Jane Stinson (928)368-7442 or firstname.lastname@example.org
November 11-13 – AACA Special Western Nationals – Phoenix, AZ – (602)999-6594
November 14-17 – AACA Western Divisional Tour (1996 & Earlier) – Phoenix, AZ (602)999-6594
November 19-21 – 24th Southwest Nationals – Westworld, Scottsdale, AZ – Open to pre-’88 – Goodguys
2020 MOPAR Challenge Series Events ABQ Dragway – 6/26, Saturday, 6:00 pm; 8/21, Saturday, 4:00 pm (Rockin’ and Racin’); 10/9, Saturday, 11:00 am; 10/31, Sunday, 11:00 am – www.moparclub.com or email@example.com
Southwest Motorsports – Sandia Speedway, Albuquerque – Rio Grande III – Races and Performance Driving Sessions; June 26-27: Summer Breeze Grand Prix III – Races, Performance Driving Sessions, and SWMS Race Licensing School; July 24-25: Sandia Super Cup III – Races and Performance Driving Sessions; August 28-29: Fast Heat IV – Races and Performance Driving Sessions; September 25-26: Karting Kraziness by The Gokartel - Races and Perfor- mance Driving Sessions; October 23-24: Miata Mayhem by Car Crafters - Races and Performance Driving Ses-sions. Events are run by COVID guidelines. Sessions include run groups for modern, vintage, open-wheel, karts and performance driving (street cars). For more information, go to www.swms.org.
Albuquerque Dragway – On Broadway south of Rio Bravo, east on Bobby Foster Rd. – www.abqdragway.com or call 888-925-2227 for details
COFFEE AND CRUISES
Fastino's Cruise Nights – 2600 Juan Tabo NE – Fastino’s Car Show, 5-8pm every Wednesday, weather permitting. Indoor dining room is closed, but drive-up window is open for walk-up or drive-up service. Masks are not required, but bring one with you. Melinda Otzenberger (505)401-2994 – Open to all – No fees.
DONUT DERELICTS – ALBUQUERQUE
Donut Derelicts aka Burrito Bandits meets in the The Market Place at the Journal Center, at 8AM on Saturdays. There are several places there for coffee or breakfast: Dos Hermanos, Satellite Coffee, Hello Deli, Molina’s Catering and Twisters... 7620 Jefferson NE (on Jefferson between Paseo & San Antonio). Meet in the NW corner (where we park). Spread the word – all makes of cars. Everyone welcome!!!! firstname.lastname@example.org Pat Salerno, Director RGC
CARS & COFFEE – ALBUQUERQUE
Cars & Coffee: April thru October, every second Saturday, 8:00 till 11:00, Grace Church parking lot 6901 San Antonio NE (Corner of San Antonio and Louisiana), free event, coffee & donuts. All makes, models, years welcome. Bruce Shaffer, Route 66 Car Show, email@example.com, (505)301-8857
TACOS & RIDES
Tacos & Rides is a meet hosted by New Mexico Motor Events and Cafe Bella Coffee, 2115 Golf Course Rd. SE, Rio Rancho, each Friday night from 7pm-9pm. Open to all rides, all builds held 51 weeks a year! Mike Gonzales firstname.lastname@example.org
BREAKFAST AT RICH FORD – ALBUQUERQUE
Saturday mornings from 7:30-9:30am, car owners meet at Rich Ford on Wyoming and Lomas for breakfast in the Mustang Café, Car guys, Ford and Chevy fans, meet there – an impromptu group that shares stories and pokes fun at each other. All are welcome. Paul McLaughlin at email@example.com, if you have questions.
CARS-N-COFFEE – OWL CAFE
1st Saturday of the month – July-December, Cars-N-Coffee, The Owl Cafe, Lomas & Eubank, Albuquerque – 7:30-10:00 AM. Join us for Hot Coffee, Free Donuts, Hot Cars!! Sid Martin (505)291-4900.
LAS CRUCES SONIC
There is a Cruise In from 6-8pm at the Sonic on Foothills Rd. in Las Cruces each Saturday night, April-October. And Dion’s on Lohman October-April. Call Rex Porter (575)650-8547 for information.
LAS CRUCES PANCAKE BREAKFAST
Pancake Breakfast takes place in the EAA hangar in Las Cruces the 3rd Sunday each month. Call Wes Baker (575)541-1198 for information.
CRUCES CARS & COFFEE
Milagro’s Coffee. For information on days and times, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or see their facebook page Cruces Cars and Coffee. The facebook page has pictures and information about the sponsoring group.
LAS CRUCES SUNDAY CRUISE
3rd Sunday each month, Downtown Plaza. Call Hector Castro (575)650-4018 for information.
LAS CRUCES MONTHLY SWAP MEET
1st Saturday, Big Daddy’s Flea Market. Walter Brown (575)640-5920
CAFFEINE & OCTANE, EL PASO
Caffeine & Octane takes place in El Paso, TX, on the 2nd Saturday each month, from 9-11am, Peter Piper Pizza, Coronado. For info Charles Roybal email@example.com
EAST MOUNTAINS CARS & COFFEE
"East Mountain Cars & Coffee is held every last Saturday in the months April to October. The first one for 2021 is Saturday 4/25/21, from 8:30am to 10:00am, at the parking lot between Cabra Coffee and the Cedar Crest Post Office. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or Deb Toner email@example.com.
ICE CREAM SOCIAL CRUISE NIGHT
Old Tyme Shop Ice Cream Parlor on south Rte. 14 – 6:30pm-Closing, 2nd Saturday each month, June through October. Food & drink specials, family friendly.
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NMCCC 2020-2021 OFFICERS & DIRECTORS
Acting President Robert Gold Wheels of Gold CC firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary Bill Lemen Lincoln Owners Club email@example.com
Treasurer Joe Ballengee Alb. Model Car Club JoBall@aol.com
Director Michelle Garcia LOE GTO Club firstname.lastname@example.org Director Perry Key New Mexico Artists email@example.com
Newsletter Joyce Clements Old Car Club firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Master & Newsletter – Robert Gold Wheels of Gold CC email@example.com
Facebook Editor Art Gold Wheels of Gold CC firstname.lastname@example.org
Parliamentarian Bill Lemen Lincoln Owners Club email@example.com