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Route 66 Car Club of Flagstaff  -  PO Box 30066  -  Flagstaff, AZ  86003   -   www.route66carclub.com
History of the Route 66 Car Club of Flagstaff
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In support of our community, our
Club participates in an Annual Trash
Pick-up on the I-40
Cruise to Sunset Crater and Wupatki National Monument
The current Club
welcomes
all types of
vehicles
. Our
“inventory” now includes
older classics, street
rods, restorations,
racing cars, trucks,
motorcycles and
even
tractors
—something for
everyone.
The Route 66 Car Club evolved from one of the first car
clubs active in the area. This club had, as its primary
focus, the Chevrolet Corvair marque and older classic
cars. As the club’s interest shifted to include more
variety, the
Route 66 Car Club was established in 1983.
Many of our members have a
particular affinity for
"The Mother
Road"
, having grown up on or near
the old link connecting Chicago and
Santa Monica, and at least one of our
current members, was a member of
the original Club.
We are currently comprised of
an
eclectic group of friends
who enjoy meeting new people
with a common interest in
automobiles, and the fellowship
and camaraderie of our
members.

OUR PRIMARY GOAL IS TO
HAVE FUN!!
We do this by
participating in various social
events in and around Flagstaff
and northern Arizona, “hanging
out” with fellow members,
organizing and going on
cruises and rallyes, supporting
our community by actively
participating in local events,
taking part in and contributing
to charitable events and
causes--all while promoting an
interest in automobiles.
Our members also enter their cars and trucks
(and tractors) in
CAR SHOWS around the
southwest. Many of our members also belong
to other car organizations such as
The
Goodguys, Classic Thunderbird Club
International (CTCI)
as well as many others.
Annual 4th of July Parade
One of the really stimulating things about competing at car
shows
is the grueling preparation and constant fiddling with the
cars; shining this, polishing that, the never-ending attention to
detail. Notice the effort exhibited by the hard-working crew shown
here at a show in Winslow (left).
Breakfast at The Coffee
Pot in Sedona
Summit Firefighters Car Show
Annual Holiday Parade
Annual Holiday Party
Monthly Ladies'
Luncheon
Mingus High School Car Show
Club Ladies made up "Society Soup"
packets to give to our local food bank
Monthly membership meetings are held at the Sizzler
Restaurant located at 3540 E. Santa Fe Ave. (Route 66)
in Flagstaff on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:00
P.M. sharp. Minutes of the meetings are published in the
club newsletter and the Club Bylaws can be downloaded
here.
In 1985, the Club was incorporated as a community-
oriented, non-profit Arizona Corporation focused on
providing services and good memories for its members
and the community of Flagstaff through active
participation and fund-raising activities. In 2010, the
Flagstaff Route 66 Car Club took a big step and
became a qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. In
2012, the Club voted to donate the Club’s historical
documents (yearbooks, car show records, photos,
newsletters, etc.) to
NAU’s Cline Library for archiving.
The documents are accessible to anyone through the
Cline Library. The record is incomplete, so when you’re
doing your spring cleaning and run across a stash of
paperwork from the Club’s past, please let the Club
know before you dispose of it.
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