West Plains Car Club
Welcome to the West Plains Car Club website! Bringing car enthusiasts 
together for over 25 years. Our family-like club is over 100 members strong, hosting an annual car show along with a fall supercruise and various roadtrips
throughout the season. We all enjoy meeting new folks and having new
 members join our group. If you live in the area and are interested in joining, we invite you to attend our next meeting.
​CLUB NEWS FOR APRIL
As you browse our website, make sure and check out the schedule of events. There are many area shows a close drive away along with those a state away posted. Swap Meets are posted on the schedule also. 
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Cruising the Ozark Hills and Beyond for over 25 years
Car Show Committee meeting dates have been posted on the meeting page. We need volunteers.

Welcome new members Keith and Karen Riley and their ,70 Camaro. 

Welcome new members James and Denise Achenbach and their '85 Chevy truck. 

Don't forget the Autozone Cruise Friday the 9th beginning at 5pm. 

The below flyers are not top quality. My scanner broke. I apologize and will update to readable flyers soon.

Web / Car Member of the month
Carolyn Von Allman and her coool Continental
March Cruise through the back roads went well.
On Saturday, March 24th, a caravan of 7 vehicles carrying 13 people left the West Plains Welcome Center to set off on a backroad journey. The day was overcast, but warm. The sun would show itself and then disappear. We headed out of town and followed 17 through the countryside. We passed Junction Hill and sailed through the metropolis of White Church. The town square in Mountain View was busy and many pointed and smiled at the classic vehicles. On through Summersville to Houston and our destination – Millers Restaurant. The meal and service were great – the fellowship even better. And ladies, not all is car talk! We all followed our own routes home. A very enjoyable day. Come join us in April for our next adventure.
-Carol Cole