The Counts of the Cobblestone Car Club was established in 1957, and is one of the oldest active car clubs in the US.
a bit of History The Counts of the Cobblestone Car Club, Inc. is
a social club dedicated to a simple slogan, "Fun with Cars."
Formed in 1957, the club quickly grew from five to eleven members.
Through the early 80's the club was strictly limited to 25 members, but with a
bylaws change now has over 50 active members, and we continue the search
for new members.
The Counts affiliated themselves with the
National Street Rod Association (NSRA) in the 70's, and members have the
option of joining NSRA and enjoying the many benefits.
Members of the club are encouraged to have a
complete or project vehicle meeting club requirements at all times. Many
club members are experienced with building a rod or machine from the ground up
and offer advice and assistance to those just beginning in the hobby.
In addition to "Fun with Cars" at
shows, rod runs, garage tours, and other events, the activities of the Counts
primarily support two goals: 1. Promotion of safety in modified and
restored vehicles through the NSRA inspection program. 2. Provide cash donations and club member
assistance to local civic and charitable organizations.
that you know a little bit about us, feel free to stop by a club meeting and
meet some of the guys. Meetings are held on Tuesday evenings @ 7:00pm
at the clubhouse in Blackhawk.
Remember we always have an information
booth at the Count's Car Show, and we are always accepting new
Did you miss this last years car show? The 17th Annual Counts Car Show at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center coming up in 2016 Find the most current information and updates on by checking us out on Facebook "Counts Car Club"
OFFICERS: President: Tom Schmanski Vice President/President Elect: Chad Raterman Secretary: Dennis Volmer Treasurer: Robert Diekmann
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