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AUGUST 13TH, 2012 (ST. LOUIS, MO) Formed in 1968, the Rustic Auto Club has been providing utopia for automotive enthusiasts. A multi make and year club that has evolved into over 40 members, welcomes all who have interest in anything automotive.

The next event hosted by the Rustic Auto Club is the 'We Care Cruise' in Gardner, IL. Admission is $5.00 per car and all proceeds go to We Car of Grundy County.

The Rustic Auto Club is excited to debut their new club website to the automotive community. Please log on at Rustic Auto Club to browse the new website.

The club also hosts the popular Hang-Loose Car Show and Cruise located in Pontiac, IL. Each year In August, the club partners with the local food pantries of Gardner, IL to host the We Care Cruise. They are also the caretakers of a restored 1920’s era Conoco gas station in Pontiac, IL.

Stay tuned to the club website regularly to receive up to the minute updates. Photos from shows will be added year round as events are completed. Browse the news and events pages for information and new developments.

To learn more about membership with the Rustic Auto Club, please visit the new website.

Rustic Auto Club
Rustic Auto Club


About Rustic Auto Club
Founded in 1968, the Rustic Auto Club has grown to over 40 members of automotive enthusiasts. They host and promote many car shows including the Hang-Loose Auto Show and Cruise. The Rustic Auto Club is also caretakers of the restored 1920’s era Conoco gas station.

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