Members On The Move

This page gives you a look at some of the other car related activities TCVCC members are often involved in.  You’ll find a Local Events Section, a Special Feature Section, and the Covid Rebel Cruisers Section.  Simply scroll down and enjoy!

NOTE – To see Members on the Move from 2023, CLICK HERE.


Members on the Move – 2024

#1 – Local Car Events Section

April 20th – Sheridan Car Show – Andre Rayman provided the photos below of TCVCC/AACA members who took part in Saturday’s car show at the Sheridan Assisted Living Facility’s Car Show in Hobe Sound.  Among the participants were Sally Franklin & Larry Atkins, Pat & Bill Musto, Cliff Christ, and Andre of course.  Can you figure out whose ’62 Pontiac Tempest Convertible took home the top prize?



April 14th – Kings Isle Car Show – Denny Dahle reports that a number of TCVCC/AACA members participated in the Kings Isle Show in St. Lucie West including Mike & Diane Franze with their ’49 Ford Custom Coupe, Barb & Ed Joyce, who garnered the Oldest Vehicle Award with their ’28 Graham Brothers Truck, Amanda Muscato’s 59 Cadillac took home the Women’s Choice Award, with Denny & Charlene Dahle’s ’52 Ford F-1 taking home the Best Restoration Award.  A Modified Willys was the Men’s Choice Award winner.  Denny’s photos are posted below.


April 13th – All Saints Episcopal Church Show – Another beautiful Florida day for the All Saints Car Show in Jensen Beach, as 11 TCVCC/AACA members displayed their vehicles.  Participants included Rich Boyer-’29 Ford Model A, Andre Rayman-’64 GTO Conv., Sally Franklin-’56 Nash Metropolitan, Denny Dahle-’52 Ford F-1 Pickup, Barbara McCalister-’68 Pontiac Firebird Conv., John Giltinan & Don Gilbert-’75 Triumph Stag, Mike Searle-’66 Chevy Caprice, Frank LoVerso-’55 Chevy Bel Air, Bill Musto-’24 Ford Model T, and Steve Ankner-’55 Chevy Station Wagon.  You can view all the photos of the club’s cars in the slideshow below!

April 7th – Recovery Sports Grill Cruise In – TCVCC/AACA members Barb & Ed Joyce attended the Recovery Sports Grill event with their ’68 Mercury Cougar XR7.  Thanks to Barb for sharing these photos of some of the vehicles on display.


April 6th – Grand Oaks Car Show –  Beautiful weather and beautiful cars greeted participants and spectators alike at this year’s Grand Oaks Car Show in Jensen Beach.  TCVCC/AACA members Larry Atkins, Ron Goldbacher, Dan Lundstrom, Andre Rayman, Pat & Bill Musto, & Sally Franklin all displayed vehicles at this annual event.  Larry Atkins took home the Participants Choice Award for his ’66 Ford Fairlane GTA.  Many thanks to Sally Franklin & Andre Rayman for the photos below.  To see all 50 of Andre’s photos, CLICK HERE.


March 30th – Wheels Across the Pond Car Show – The 16th Annual edition of this event took place at Carlin Park in Jupiter with TCVCC/AACA members Charlie & Sherry Ulrich, Leigh Ann Hoey, Sally Franklin and others participating.  The Ulrich’s ’70 Triumph GT6 Coupe garnered an Excellence in Class Award, while Leigh Ann Hoey’s ’95 VW Konmbi Bus and Sally Franklin’s ’56 Nash Metropolitan Convertible pick up Best in Class Awards!  Thanks to Sally for the photos.


March 30th – Riverland Car Club Show – TCVCC/AACA’s Denny Dahle was on hand with his ’52 Ford F-1 Pickup at the Riverland Show in Fort Pierce.  In addition to the F-1, about 30 other vehicles participated including one of Denny’s all-time favorites…a $100K Plymouth Superbird!


March 17th – 19th Annual Ron Weber Car Contest – TCVCC/AACA members Andre Rayman and Frank LoVerso attended this year’s annual BBQ and cars event in Lake Clarke Shores.  The event drew an eclectic collection of vehicles.  To see all of Andre’s pictures, CLICK HERE.


March 16th – 45th Annual Indian River Region/AACA Show – Seventeen TCVCC/AACA members headed north to Vero Beach for one of the Treasure Coast’s largest car events. Several member vehicles brought home awards including Mike Franze’s ’49 Ford-1st In Class, Andre Rayman’s ’66 GTO-1st In Class, Frank LoVerso’s ’55 Chevrolet-Outstanding Vehicle, Richie Arnone’s ’64 Corvette-1st In Class, and Eric Hess’ ’78 Pontiac Trans Am-1st In Class.  Andre Rayman accepted Eric’s trophy for him.  Photos below courtesy of members Sally Franklin and Andre Rayman.  To view all 311 of Andre’s photos of the IRR/AACA’s Show, CLICK HERE.









March 15 – Morningside Church Car Show – TCVCC/AACA Members Barbara & Ed Joyce displayed their ’68 Mercury Cougar XR7 at the Friday afternoon gathering at Morningside Church in Port Saint Lucie.  You can enjoy Barb’s photos in the slideshow below.

March 10th – Gino’s 7th Annual Car Day – TCVCC members Andre Rayman and Dave & Amy Brown were on hand for this annual event. Below are some of Andre’s pictures. To see all 70 of Andre’s photos of Gino’s Car Day, CLICK HERE.


March 10th – Elks Show – TCVCC/AACA members Denny Dahle, Pat & Bill Musto, and Russ Caterinicchio attended the event on Lennard Rd. in Port Saint Lucie on Sunday.  Denny reports that the Musto’s actually drove their Ford Model T Touring to the show!  Russ won a door prize, which he donated back to the Elks Club.  Denny’s ’52 Ford F-1 took 2nd Place in the truck class.

March 9th – Celebration of Cars Show – TCVCC/AACA members Barbara McCalister, Ron Ingles and Denny Dahle made the drive up to Melbourne Saturday for this annual event sponsored by the Cape Canaveral Region/AACA at the American Muscle Car Museum in Melbourne. “My Classic Car” TV host, Dennis Gage, was on hand (Yes, Barbara got a picture!), as well as a fantastic turnout of beautiful vehicles.  Denny’s F-1 pickup received a Top 25 Award. To see Denny & Barbara’s pictures, simply view the slide show below.



March 3rd – B&A Flea Market Show – TCVCC/AACA members Denny Dahle & Cliff Christ were there along with about 50 participants.  Cliff’s ’40 LaSalle Convertible & Denny’s ’52 Ford F-1 are pictured below.


March 2nd – South Fork High School Car Show – Sally Franklin & Denny Dahle reported 110 participants for this second annual event, with a good turnout of club members, some of whom took home awards. 

Russ Caterinicchio’s ’93 Mazda won Best Import Award.

Ron Goldbacher’s ’33 Dodge garnered the Best Mopar Award.

And Denny Dahle’s ’52 Ford F-1 Pickup was awarded the Best In Show Award. 

This year’s awesome trophies were created by Project Lift and Martin County High School students.


February 24th – Savannah Club Classic Car & Motorcycle Show – 1st VP Denny Dahle reported almost perfect weather for this event.  So nice in fact, that Denny actually drove his ’52 Ford F-1 on the back roads to get there!  Even Denny’s Crew Chief (Charlene) was along, as were several other TCVCC/AACA members among the 153 entrants.



Check out the slideshow below for many of his excellent photos.

.February 11th – Kane Center Car Show – Many TCVCC/AACA members participated in the annual Car Show at Kane Center in Stuart.  Sunday’s event was well attended.   Below is a sampling of member Andre Rayman’s many photos.

To see all 60 of Andre’s pictures of the Kane Center Car Show, CLICK HERE.


February 10th – Islamorada Brewery Car Show – TCVCC/AACA members Barbara McCalister, Ron Ingles, Scott Bean, and others attended Saturday’s Beers & Gears event at the brewery in Fort Pierce.  Check out the slideshow below for some of Barbara’s excellent photos!

February 3rd – Cobblestone Car Show –  Numerous TCVCC/AACA members were on hand for Sunday’s Cobblestone West Car Show in Palm City, including member Andre Rayman who provided these pictures!

To see all 145 Pictures of the Cobblestone Show CLICK HERE.


January 27th – SE Classics Harbourside Car Show – Among the participants in the Jupiter show were TCVCC/AACA members Sally Franklin & Larry Atkins, Scott Bean, Ron & Lois Goldbacher, Don & Karen Jones, Richie & Mary Ann Arnone and Daniel Lundstrom.  As you can see in the montage photo, members Dan Lundstrom, Don Jones and Richie Arnone took home awards.  John Palma’s Corvette also garnered recognition.

January 21st – Third Annual Green Gables Car Show – This year TCVCC/AACA members Barb & Ed Joyce attended the show in Melbourne.  Since the show attracts many “older” antique vehicles, the Joyce’s opted to display their beautiful 1928 Graham Brothers Canopy Express Truck.


January 13th – Pine School Car Show – This year’s show celebrated “100 Years of Cars”, and TCVCC/AACA members Doug & Cathie Pierce were on-hand with their ’66 Volkswagen, nicknamed “Pearl”.  As it turned out, “Pearl” took top honors in her Class!






#2 – Special Feature Section

March 21st – 24thTCVCC/AACA members Vinnie Cashin, Sarah Paletto, Larry Atkins and Sally Franklin attended the judges school in San Juan, PR in preparation for judging the AACA’s Special National Show in Guaynabo, PR at the Mets De Guaynabo stadium parking lot.  Friday’s training was followed by a fantastic night out with the folks from AACA Puerto Rico Region and the mainlanders in Downtown Cupey, PR.  Then on Saturday the AACA Special Winter Nationals Show was held with over 160 antique vehicles of all types.  To see all 88 of Sally’s photos of the gang’s participation in the AACA Winter Nationals, click on the show flyer!



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March 5th – TCCVCC/AACA Member Sandra Newman recently received an AACA Nomination Certificate for her beautiful 1972 Ford Mustang Sprint which had been nominated by the AACA’s Senior Master Judges as a candidate vehicle.






For more information on the vehicle’s nomination CLICK HERE.


February 8th-10th – AACA Annual Convention & Awards Banquet – Bob & Ann Ridle attended this year’s AACA event which drew around 560 participants to the Westfields Marriot Convention Center in Chantilly, VA, just outside Washington, DC.  The Treasure Coast Region was honored with three National Awards…a 2023 Award of Distinction to Sally Franklin for the Vintage Times newsletter, a 2023 Master Webmaster Award for the website, as well as the AACA’s highest website award, the 2023 Spark Plug Award, for outstanding service by an AACA website.

To view all the awards presented at the 2024 AACA National Convention, CLICK HERE.

#3 – Covid Rebel Cruisers

“Get your motor running, head out on the highway!” – Steppenwolf’s Born to be Wild (1968)

The Cruisers were born out of the inactivity that many car clubs in the Treasure Coast found themselves in during the early days of the Pandemic…no meetings, no cruises, no shows!  So, independent of their clubs, and wanting to drive their classic cars, while adhering to CDC guidelines (easier to do inside a vehicle), various car club members from around the area began scheduling (rebelling?) Saturday cruises to various locations around or near the Treasure Coast Communities.  The destination was usually a restaurant that was open and following CDC guidelines.  Covid Rebel Cruisers would plan out all the details, including a place to rendezvous, before striking out on an interesting drive on the back roads of the area.  Oh yes, there was almost always a stop scheduled at a legendary ice cream parlor to wrap up that Saturday’s cruise! 

Thanks to member Andre Rayman, you can view the many photos of their cruise activities, as well as other non-club events, by CLICKING HERE.

For the photos of the New Year’s Day Cruise,  CLICK HERE.

BTW – These Covid Cruises continue even now.  If you’d like to receive information about them, contact TCVCC members Andre Rayman ( or Sally Franklin (