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Welcome to the Cinema Classics Car Club. We are based in the Portland, Oregon area,but any Movie & TV themed car owner can join, no matter where they live. The goal of the club is to expand across the Northwest and beyond.

We are a group of people who enjoy their unique cars. We are a car club for people who love movie & TV themed cars and enjoy socializing with other people who love them too. We just want to have fun, support each other's car projects and share experiences, expertise and camaradarie. We came together because of our love & passion for our rides.

After 100 years of movies and more than 50 years of television, don't you think it's about time we had a car club we can call our own? Well - now we do!
Each location we bring our cars to as a group is similar to a car show, because you'll see rides you just don't see every day. It's rare when you see a movie or TV car on the street.

This club is dedicated to the interest of owning, maintaining and restoring a Movie or TV replica car and the preservation of the actual screen used automobiles.

No restrictions on the year of your car, just needs to be Movie or TV themed. Don't be embarrassed if your car is not quite finished or if you are just getting started. Most of us have been there (or still are there) ourselves. We welcome all types of movie & TV cars in every condition.

We are here to support the community with our cars including attending various fund raising event shows for those in need when we are approached if they can be scheduled without conflict.

Once you join, you will be able to send and receive email messages to all of the other members.

Being a member of the club does not obligate you to participate in any particular show or event.

The main reason for starting the club was to unite people with the same interest and to create a local network so as to better keep in touch with each other.
Club Contact Information
P.O. Box 66474
Portland, OR 97290
Web Site
club added by: ruhl
on: November 6, 2009