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Classic Auto Restoration Society (C.A.R.S.)

The Classic Auto Restorers’ Society is a small but highly committed group of historic car collectors. You don’t have to own a historic car to be a member, and we won’t judge what’s classic and what’s not. But, our members hold about 135 cars, from pre-Model T Fords to late 1970s muscle cars. All types and makes are welcome, and we have horseless carriages, steamers, early Jeeps, Mustangs, Fairlanes, Renaults, Hupmobiles, a Cobra or two, and much more. Our members often work together on each others’ projects, and can provide insight from their own extensive experience. Some of our members participate in historic site restoration and volunteer at historic car events.

In the summer months, we meet at least once a month at a cruise night or outdoor event, usually around dinner time, and members often drive their historic cars. In the winter, we meet once a month at a local restaurant. We also plan outings to car-related events such as Concours at St. John’s, Meadow Brook Cruise-and-theater nights, and we encourage members to participate in community service events. We offer FERA benefits to our members, including discount tickets to the Detroit Auto Show, Detroit AutoRama, and other great events. Meetings are typically within a few minutes of the Ford Dearborn facilities.

Additional Contact Info:
Bill Kern [email protected]

Randy Betki [email protected]

Contact Person Name: Bill Kern
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