Vintage Vehicles Club stays busy

Posted 5/9/23

Keep cool this summer with the Vintage Vehicles Club.

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Vintage Vehicles Club stays busy


Keep cool this summer with the Vintage Vehicles Club.

Join members for a variety of activities and visit the shop, 10411 W. Grand Ave., which remains open Monday through Saturday.

There is equipment for anything on wheels: bicycles, golf cars, cars, motorcycles, RVs, side by sides and more.

Vintage Vehicles is a social club as well, meeting 4 p.m. every Wednesday at the Sun City Arby’s for a car cruise as well as 11:30 a.m. Sunday at Culver’s.

Members also meet for breakfast 7 a.m. Tuesdays, at Mercer’s, and Thursdays, at George’s. Potluck dinners and a ladies luncheon are held monthly.

The club’s grand event is its annual Spring Fling on March 2, 2024, where a new Icon golf car will be raffled.

Tickets are available at the shop or at

Visit for club information.