Georgetown Texas Area Car Club

PO BOX 2082 GeorgetownTX 78627

Terry Richards
1937 Buick Special 40 Businessman's Coupe

The was bought new by my dad and parked in a garage from 1950 until 2006. It has had a frame off restoration. It was taken to the Buick Nationals in 2009 and scored 395 out of 400 points and received a Gold Senior award.

Ken & Mary Tupacz 

2013 427 Convertible

Terry Richards
1954 Buick Skylark
Only 836 were built. It is estimated that less than 100 are remaining in the world. The car received a frame on restoration and appears in its original color of Ocean Mist Green.

Steve Wilson 
1959 Chevy Apache 3100 Fleetside

  • Power Disc Front Brakes
  • A/C
  • P/S
  • *69 Camaro Rear End
  • 5.3L VORTEC Engine (STOCK)
  • MAR-K Wood Bed Pieces-Unpolished Stainless


I purchased this truck in 1989. The original owner's last name was Wilson. His son purchased it from his dad and his name was Wilson. I was the next buyer of record and my name is Wilson. 

The truck was a farm truck and has never been wrecked or painted. After 16 years of blood sweat & tears, she is on the road!

Mike Calhoun
The car was rescued from a junkyard for $800 and built as a restomod. It has the original 351 with lots of upgrades including aluminum heads, aluminum intake, a nitrous fogger system. The suspension upgrades include a four link and coil overs all the way around. The three speed automatic transmission was swapped out for a Ford Racing five speed manual. It is still a work in progress, with a possible super charger in the future.

Craig Knight
​1981 Corvette

  • Car was purchased in 2012 in Arkansas and transported via carrier to Georgetown. Characteristics of the car are:
  • 350 motor with stock internals, Edelbrock Performer intake, Hooker headers, and dual exhaust.
  • Holley electric fuel pump to a built Q-jet carburetor.
  • TH350 transmission with a 2000 rpm B&M torque converter.
  • 3:54 differential.
  • Suspension and brakes upgraded with Koni shocks and all new components.
  • Body has purple flamed ghost graphics on a gloss black base.
  • Mirrored T-tops and a lot of factory options.
  • Cooper Cobra tires on Weld Prostar wheels. 

The motor will soon be replaced with a hydraulic roller cammed 355. The carb will soon be replaced with a Holley double pumper.

Ted Holmlund
​1967 GTO

Dana Wagner

Cadillac Allante

Bill Ledbetter

1949 Ford

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Hugh Jellison 

This 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu 350 Sport Coupe was purchased new by Sam Stearns of Georgetown at Compton Motors Inc. (before Hewlett) on March 24, 1971 for $3,144.00. I purchased it from Sam in April 1987 for $1,500, which my son drove to Georgetown High School in the 90’s. It sat on the Georgetown Square during the filming of the movie Texas Justice. In 2002 my son-in law Chris Vehrs led a 3-year effort to restore it to its current condition. It is a numbers matching car and restored using mostly the original parts except for upgrading brakes, ignition, and carburetion. Although we intended it to be only a daily driver it has won “first in class” awards at local car shows.

​​​Barry & Cheryl Cristillo 2004 Thunderbird

Mike Arebalo
The 1940 Ford was purchased in California in 1986. The car has been through a major rebuild and includes the following:

  • Chassis upgraded to a TCI Show Chassis (powder coated) with independent front suspension,  rack and pinion steering. Coil over/ four bar rear suspension
  • Transmission upgraded from turbo 350 to 700R4
  • Rear-end upgraded from Ford 8 inch to Ford 9 inch with 3.55:1 gears
  • Car completely assembled with polished stainless and aluminum fasteners
  • Upholstery upgraded from black vinyl to silver and red leather (interior and trunk); and black loop carpet upgraded to red Mercedes wool carpet. Car completely sound proofed and insulated
  • Stainless Steel Column shift (Flaming River)
  • Car completely repainted black (base coat/clear coat)
  • Engine upgraded from Chevy 350 to Smeding 383 Extreme Torker (450HP) with Demon 3x2 carburetion
  • New 2.5 inch exhaust with 2.5 inch powder coated rams horn exhaust manifolds and custom stainless mufflers and exhaust tips
  • Replaced stock gas tank with polished stainless steel tank
  • All new rubber and weather stripping
  • Numerous other smaller detailed configuration changes