San Antonio

We encourage everyone to join our club.

We are proud members of Lambda International

LCCI information (PDF format): LCCI Polices LCCI Bylaws

Our meetings are TBA on the website, just check our calendar for events and meeting times during those events.

E-Mail us at information “@” if you have any questions or call (830) five four two – 9811

CCCC San Antonio – Club BBQ at Vinny’s Sat. May 26th 2PM

Vinny : May 20, 2012 5:57 pm : San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio Classic Chassis BBQ and Pot Luck at Vinny’s house Saturday May 26th at 2PM.

Please RSVP via E-Mail with the dish you are bringing and to get directions.

  • Vinny – Fajitas, Guacamole, Tortillas, Tea.
  • Bubba – Cornbread, Dip
  • Bobby – Chile
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CCCC San Antonio – Fiesta Frenzy April 21 5:30-8:00PM at Sparky’s

Vinny : April 20, 2012 11:00 am : Austin, San Antonio, Texas

Classic Chassis Car Club of San Antonio is having its Fiesta Frenzy April 21, 2012 5:30PM to 8:00PM at Sparky’s.

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CCCC SATX – weekly newsletter 1Feb12

Vinny : February 1, 2012 4:21 pm : San Antonio, Texas

Welcome to a short-and-sweet weekly newsletter with featured hot rod tech
content from

Top 10 Hot Rod Tech

1. Scratch-Building a Chassis: No Sound

2. Fat-Fendered 40’s-Style Coupe from S10 Truck: Supercharged03

3. Dashboards, Dash Inserts, and Consoles: knowledge base

4. Cleaning an Intricate Grille

5. Fitting a Patch Panel

6. Boxing a Frame

7. Doing an A-Body Convertible Top

8. Scratch-Built Seats: cboy

9. Cam Wear Patterns

10. Custom Trunk Carpet

Top 10 Tech Archives

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CCCC San Antonio Christmas Party

Vinny : December 8, 2011 1:11 pm : San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio Classic Chassis Christmas Party.



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November 26 Johnson City

Vinny : November 12, 2011 1:02 am : Austin, San Antonio, Texas

The Austin club is hosting an event in Johnson City! Saturday, November 26th, 2011

 For Additional details on where to meet and what time, please contact officers from the Austin club or the San Antonio club.

  1. November Outing: Lighted Hooves & Wheels Parade 11/26/2011
  2. Cruise in to Johnson City after lunch
  3. Tour & Tasting of Garrison Brothers Distillery in Hye Texas  ($10 per car load of people)
  4. Stop by Hye Liquor if anyone wants to purchase anything (Garrison is $75 per bottle!!)
  5. Line up for the Parade in Johnson City 5:30-6:00
  6. Parade is 6:30-7:00
  7. Walk the town en masse, look at lights, cowboy poetry and chuck wagon meals @ Johnson Settlement, carnival on the square, dinner together somewhere?


Friday, November 25 – Thursday, January 1: Lights Spectacular: This year marks the 22nd anniversary of Lights Spectacular, Hill Country Style. Proclaimed as “the Centerpiece of one of the biggest shows on the Texas Hill Country Regional Christmas Lighting Trail” by Southern Living magazine with a courthouse that “shines brighter than the star of Bethlehem”. The entire town is bathed in lights with 100,000 lights twinkling on the Blanco County Courthouse while Pedernales Electric Coop’s Headquarters on Ave F boasts a lighted forest of over 1 million lights. Hayrides and carriage rides are available throughout the season. Each weekend, the Garden Club fills the Courthouse with Christmas ornaments and holiday crafts for purchase. Johnson City is located at the crossroads of the Hill Country. Spend your nights with us while taking in the Hill Country Lighting Trail. For the entire trail, go to For additional information, call the Johnson City Visitors Center at 830-868-7684.


Fri. – Sun., November 25 – November 27: Johnson City Courthouse Ornaments Sale: The Courthouse lobby will be open during the holiday on weekends and the Garden Club will be selling Christmas ornaments, crafts, post cards, bird houses, bumper stickers and local cook books. The ornaments are hand-made each Monday morning throughout the year at our nursing home by the residents, and they are excellent decorations for a very modest cost. Proceeds support local non-profit organizations. Opening weekend of Lights Spectacular the “store”is open 5p-9p on Friday through Sunday of opening weekend. Each weekend thereafter it is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 6p-9p through 12/18. Info: contact Joycelyn Carter, 868-7010.


Saturday, November 26: Whittington’s Jerky Hosts 10th Annual OPEN HOUSE: at Whittington’s Jerky and General Store, 604 HWY 281 South in Johnson City. 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. — Hourly door prizes including Gift Baskets with Whittington’s Jerky products and other goodies. The OPEN HOUSE will also include children’s activities, book signings and wine tasting, all free to the public. Products available for purchase with FREE SHIPPING for items purchased on the day of the OPEN HOUSE. Visit for more information.

The fun leads up to Johnson City’s Annual Light Spectacular Lighted Parade at 6:30 that evening around the downtown Courthouse!

Saturday, November 26: 3rd Annual Lights Spectacular 5K Run: The First Christian Church of Johnson City will be sponsoring the 3rd ANNUAL Lights Spectacular 5K Run at 3 p.m. Medals will be awarded for each age group and there will also be a drawing for door prizes. For more information contact Dawn Capra of the First Christian Church at 512-577-4833. Web:


Saturday, November 26: Lighted Hooves and Wheels Parade, Clickety Cloggers begin the activities at 5:30 p.m. with the Lighted Hooves and Wheels Parade at 6:30 p.m. Clickety Cloggers will start of the second night of Lights Spectacular with a performance in the street in front of the Courthouse on the Square. The highlight of the evening will be the Lighted Hooves and Wheels Parade at 6:30 pm and pictures with Santa in Memorial Park on Main Street. The Chuck Wagon Food Court will be open, the Court House lobby will be filled with the Garden Club’s Christmas ornaments and crafts and carriage rides will be available.


Saturday, November 26: Timeless Christmas in Johnson City at the Johnson Settlement, Boyhood Home & Visitor Center – 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. In addition to the Christmas celebration in the decked out LBJ Boyhood historic home located on Elm Street, one block south of Hwy 290 (Main Street) in Johnson City visitors can board a shuttle bus and ride to the Johnson Settlement, where they will be guided by lantern light even further back in time to the late 1860s Christmas frontier Texas and a visit to the frontier cabin of Sam Ealy Johnson. The Visitor Center will also be open for exhibit viewing and book/gift store shopping. Free. for more information or call the public affairs office at (830) 868-7128, ext. 244.

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