Hurst/Olds Club

The Hurst/Olds Club of America was founded over 24 years ago by a small group of enthusiasts who had this unique automobile as their common interest. Their desire was to seek out other Hurst/Olds owners and establish a club that would be based not only on the car, but on comaraderie and friendship as well. From that small beginning, the H/OCA has grown to a nationally recognized club with over 600 active members from around the world. The technical advisors are one of the biggest assets to the club, for they each represent a particular year of H/O, and are very knowledgable about that particular year. Their assistance can be invaluable to someone performing a restoration or seeking specific information about their particular year of Hurst/Olds. The advisors' services are free of charge to members. Club members also have access to the club's research library, which contains photos, specs, and information on every year H/O. Each summer, the club holds its National Meet in a different part of the country. This multi-day event usually includes tours of local points of interest, a cruise, an awards banquet, and other functions arranged by the local host. And traditionally we try to go to the Indianapolis 500 Speedway every five years to run the track. Our meets are based on having fun, enjoying the cars, seeing old friends and making new ones. We do not do judging, but rather we encourage members to bring their cars and have fun. The National Meet is always a great time for all who attend. Club dues are currently $35 a year, and ownership of a Hurst/Olds is not required to join. If you wish to join, you can click on the "Join" button below to print out a membership application. Thanks for your interest in the Hurst/Olds Club of America!



304 S. Clippert St

Lansing, Michigan