City Corvette Club
Our club is organized exclusively for charitable purposes under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. To achieve our purpose, we strive to do the following: 1. Actively promote, sponsor, organize, and supervise local car shows, cruises, competitions, and other activities to raise money for local charities, 2. Develop good relations between the community, our members, and the charitable organizations we serve, 3. Encourage skillful, safe and sportsmanlike driving habits during all our activities, and 4. Develop pride in service to the community and pride in our Corvette heritage.
The corvette club for the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) of Georgia and South Carolina. Say 'Hello' to Dennis Cavanaugh while you are at their site. He is the web designer and a wonderful photographer to boot! Check out his graphics!
This website and the magazine (Cruisin Carolina Magazine – is released every month and will be edited by Gary “Bear” Geissman. He felt the need to have a place, the website and the magazine, that all “car guys and gals” could go to find a cruise in and/or car show.
Serving the Aiken /Augusta areas, we are the CSRA's premier automotive enthusiast’s website. Jason has done a wonderful job of compiling information and avenues for all the clubs and members to correspond and interact. He as webmaster is also involved physically with the clubs and shows.
CSRA Mustang Club
Our club has been active in the CSRA since 1986. We believe our success is based on three things, the popularity of the Ford Mustang, dedication to family, and our commitment to the community.
CSRA Road Angels Car Club
In early February 1996, a group of middle aged hot rodders were hanging out at Jimmy Deer's Martinez Gold jewelry shop on Washington Road. It was right next to the Sonic Drive-In. We would meet there on Friday evening and bring our cars. Most of the group had been drag racers in their earlier years, and there were many stories to tell of races won and lost.In the course this bench racing, it was discussed that the only car club in the CSRA at the time was the Dixie Wheels. Some of us had been members, but had left for various reasons.