Classic Car Club


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For information, questions or comments, please contact Linda Vernon, Secretary:​            


Cell: 1-661-341-1793

    About Us
We are a non-profit organization, with all proceeds benefiting Saddle Up of the Antelope Valley.  The club was organized in January 2001, and presently is supported by 55 members.  The High Desert Cruisers Club is the largest and most active car club in the Antelope Valley.

Our Purpose
To promote a family atmosphere, among classic car enthusiasts, through club meetings, car shows, travel adventures, BBQs, pot luck events and an end of year Christmas party.

Club Support
The club supports Saddle Up of the Antelope Valley, through club dues, 50/50 drawings, Christmas gifts (collected at our November Car Show), and other adventures.  "Saddle Up" is a non-profit organization that provides therapeutic horseback riding to individuals with physical, psychological, and learning disabilities.  All instructors and support personnel are volunteers.  You can learn more at: .

Anyone 18 years of age or older, with an interest in classic cars.  You don't need to own a classic car to be a member.  Annual dues are $30.00.

The Friday preceding the first Saturday of the month (March - November) at Crazy Otto’s on Ave I in Lancaster, beginning at 7:00 pm.

Car Shows
The first Saturday of the month (March - November).  The High Desert Cruiser shows are sponsored by many local businesses and several individuals.  Because of their sponsorships, no entry fees are required.  The sponsors also provide the trophies. Many of the shows have a theme and you can decorate your car and even dress-up according to the theme, if you wish.  The club also performs special car shows at retirement and Veteran facilities.  We also participate in the Lancaster Christmas Parade. Monthly we take a surprise cruise organized by our Mystery Cruise Directors.  Locations are kept a secret but are usually within 50 miles but may be further on occasion.  A fun day and usually a lunch at the destination.