Photo Gallery

This gallery is a collection of pictures that we've taken at club events along the way. This is a work-in-progress... we'll be continually adding pictures as our club grows. Check back often.

We invite you to browse the pictures in the gallery. They should give you a better feel for the ground we've covered and the fun we've had. For those of you who participated in these events, they will jog your memories! Enjoy!

2014 Christmas Parade

On December 13, 2014 club members brought their fully-decorated golf carts to The Villages Polo Fields for the annual parade.

Tour of Private Car Collection

On Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014 our club teamed up with The Villages Region Antique Automobile Club of America for a unique "Drive 'N Dine" opportunity. We joined TVRAACA members for a tour of the private car collection owned by Tommy Small in Dade City.

Tour of ISC Archives

On Oct. 6, 2014 13 club members toured International Speedway Corporation's Archives in Daytona Beach. The archives building is a race fan's paradise. It is a vast collection of racing memorabilia associated with ISC, Daytona and NASCAR dating as far back as 1930.

Camp Boggy Creek Donation

July 9, 2014 was a special day for a group of club members who had the opportunity to visit Camp Boggy Creek near Eustis.

Camp Boggy Creek was founded in 1996 by Paul Newman and General H. Norman Schwarzkopf, with one simple premise in mind - that every child, no matter their illness, could experience the transformational spirit and friendships that go hand in hand with camp.

The group had the extreme pleasure to present a $1,250 check to Camp Boggy Creek. That represented a $250 Tribute Gift in the name of Buster Burt which was the result of the generous donations made by club members following Buster's passing. In addition, your Pit Crew (Board of Directors) voted to make a $1,000 donation to the camp so they may continue providing activities and adventures to the children and their families.

The Great Race Finish Line Day

Sunday, June 29, 2014 was Great Race Finish Line Day at Lake Sumter Landing. The Finish Line Arch was erected over Canal St. between the Old Mill Playhouse and Johnny Rockets. Race.

Our club had 16 members who were among 270 that volunteered to be docents (guides) for race participants. Over 100 old cars (1915-1972) competed in the race, finishing a grueling nine-day adventure over back roads from Maine to Florida.