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The Apple City Street Rodders invites you to come out to one of our Cruise Ins and our Annual Car Show to enjoy browsing our extensive collection of Member's Cars. In the meantime, take a look at some of our fine automobiles in this slideshow.

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If you have a love of classic cars and community, we invite you to become a member of our club. Membership dues are $20 per year per family. All members receive a monthly newsletter with club activities, announcements, and other information. Once your application has been received, you will be contacted via e-mail or phone for confirmation and payment information. Apple City Street Rodders is a non-profit organization and member dues are used to cover the price of the newsletters and postage.
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Our members have special stories of their cars:

  • Tony & Arlene Ferguson's 1951 Chevrolet is like the one they dated in.
  • Tommy & Becky Smith's 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle is the one he proposed to her in. He bought it new and now it has been completely restored.
  • Glenn & Vickie Matheson's 1933 Buick is extremely rare. There are only 4 listed in the United States. It was built in Stone Mountain, Georgia.
  • Martha Bentley's 1951 Chevrolet that is under construction, was owned by her grandfather. She purchased it in the estate auction. The car had been in storage since 1968. She can remember riding in the car with her grandfather. The car is now being restored by her husband Roy. This is the car of her dreams. It has lots of memories with her grandparents.
  • Becky Sharpe's 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback GT 2+2 is the one her Dad had for 30 years or more and was her dream car since she was old enough to dream. She got the car when her Dad passed away. She got the car on the road October 1, 2004.

Notice to Members:
Memorandum from the State of North Carolina
Department of Transportation - Division of Motor Vehicles
November 12, 2004
Subject: Senate Bill 1083
"On July 16, 2004, the North Carolina Legislature passed Senate bill 1083. Effective October 1, 2004, any motor vehicle registered in the State of North Carolina that is at least thirty-five (35) years old measured from the date of manufacture, shall not be subject to an annual safety inspection. Such vehicles do not have to bear an "Antique" or "Horseless Carriage" plate to meet the exemption requirements.

 

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