Late March

Posted by Steve Simmons on March 13, 2017


After 59 years, New Meeting Location To Be Announced

TC Motoring Guild has held its monthly meetings in the same room for the past 59 years.  Sadly, the building is being sold and our last meeting at this location will be held on March 28.  A new location is being sought and will be announced as soon as it is confirmed.  Be sure to attend the March meeting to witness the end of this incredible run, spanning seven decades! (1958-2017)

Big Bear Weekend Event Announced for May

58 Years after our last weekend outing to Big Bear, TC Motoring Guild returns to this beautiful lake for a fun-filled 3-day adventure!  Book your room early for best availability.  See the Calendar Page for more details.

New Regalia Items!

By popular demand, we now have in stock long-sleeve “Modern Style” shirts!  See the Regalia Page for more information.

Regalia Clearance Sale!

Certain TCMG T-Shirts are currently being offered at discounted prices.  See the Regalia Page for details.

TCMG Now Accepting Online Payments

TC Motoring Guild has taken another step into the modern age by offering convenient online payment of membership dues and other items. New members can use our handy Online Application, and existing members can jump straight to the Membership Renewal Page where dues can be renewed through PayPal. Instant payment with no pens or stamps required!




Four Banks, One Club, 59 Years.  This will be the topic of our next monthly meeting on March 28.  After 59 years, this will be our last meeting in this room.  Come celebrate the end of our nearly 6-decade run meeting at this location!  Hear stories about the time we’ve spent here, see photos of the olden days, and learn about our new meeting location that will host the April meeting.  Don’t miss this very special and historic night!

February Recap: Our M.G. Films night was a crowd hit!  A single TC braved the chilly weather, driven by Richard Loe.  Thanks to Linda Simmons for a wonderful spread of tasty treats.

For more meeting and event information, visit the Calendar Page.




After a few dry years, the flowers are once again blooming with gusto in the California Deserts!  This of course means that our traditional Joe Douglass Wildflower Tour returns for 2017! On April 1st, Enjoy a scenic drive to the Antelope Valley for a drive through the famous California Poppy Reserve. Blooms of all types, not just poppies, make this an annual favorite.  See the April newsletter for meeting time and location, or watch for a flyer in the mail.

March Recap: 16 members and guests attended the Lame Duk Kup event.  Three TCs were present, driven by Loe, Hanes and Simmons.

For more meeting and event information, visit the Calendar Page.



The April Midget Chassis is online and ready for viewing. Click here to view.

To view past newsletters, including one from way back in April 1958, visit the Newsletter Page.



Welcome to Moose Stovall of Clifton, Texas!

Welcome back to Gene Olson!



March 28: New page added to the History Page about our trip to big bear in 1959.

February 25: New content added to History of the TC Motoring Guild Badge

January 19: New content added to the Links Page.

January 19: New content added to the Links Page.

December 17: New items added to the Regalia Page.

December 12: New page added for 2016 Sargent Award Results.

November 27: New article added to “Period Pieces” on the History Page.

November 27: New content added to History of the TC Motoring Guild Badge

October 30: New page added for 1968 TCMG / ARR Conclave

October 29: New page added entitled TCMG Regalia History

October 23: New items added to the Regalia Page.

October 15: Added new page for Steve & Tootie Poteet.

October 12: Added new page for 2016 TCMG / ARR Conclave.

September 20: New items added to the Regalia Page.

As always we are seeking photos for the Members Gallery showing you and your TC. We also welcome member biographies so your fellow TCMG’ers can learn a bit about you, your history with your TC or anything else you care to write about. Historic photos and stories are also being sought to expand our TCMG History section on the site. Please send what you have to Steve Simmons.

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