Crossroad Camaros

Discussion in 'Camaro Clubs' started by MyBowTie, Jun 14, 2001.

  1. MyBowTie

    MyBowTie Veteran Member

    My dad bought a '74 Camaro TypeLT off the lot in '75, and started Crossroad Camaros. I guess they were kinda big, being invited to local IROC races and such.... My question is this: Does anybody know of anybody who was in my dad's car club?? I'd be VERY interested to find out a little more info, and so would he!! His name is Denis Durocher, and he had the bronze 1974 TypeLT. He sold the car in '79, and I inherited it back in '99 from the same lady they sold it to.

    ANY INFORMATION would be greatly appreciated.

    My car was made with TOOLS, not CHOPSTICKS!
  2. Janice knapp

    Janice knapp New Member

    Apr 28, 2007
    san jacinto, ca
    In response to the request for anyone who ever was in crossroad camaros I am a past president and would love to know where everybody went/is too! I am Jan , in those days my last name was Weiler or Barrett or Blake. My brother Woody was also in the club. I was recruited by my brother who was recruited by Victor Blake. I started out with a '72 hunny gold camaro, that had environmental plates of HUNNYC, then later I had a tan and brown 70 camaro. With "Someday Comes" on the spoiler.
    Last edited: Apr 28, 2007
  3. rgearhead

    rgearhead Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    Sep 14, 2006
    wow thats freakie these newbeess just hooked up ,,its like ,,lost or twilight zone or some shiet,,, hay welcome,hope you fined what your looking for,,,,
  4. 2Ltime

    2Ltime New Member

    Jul 8, 2007
    Hello My name is Tim Garcia and I'm also a past president (small :eek: world)
    Bob Brennen from classic industries was the last president.
    I have a lot of really old pictures I'll have to scan them, i probably have you folks in them.
    I had then a 68 with a 302
    I have now a 67 rs/ss 396 coupe and convertible.
  5. Bob Brennan

    Bob Brennan New Member

    Apr 9, 2008
    Los Alamitos, Ca

    I was pleased to see someone noting Crossroad Camaros. As Tim Garcia noted, I was the lst president of the club before it sadly folded after many years.My time in the club represent some of the best times in my life. The members were real fpeople not just names who and folks who never drive thier cars if a cloud appears in the sky (like those in the club I was in after Crossroad Camaros are now). I think I may still have some old photos of club outigs like Tim does. I would be interested in hearing from others who were in the club. CRC reunion party anyone??? Who knows, maybe even restart the club again.
  6. Jim Stokkeland

    Jim Stokkeland Administrator Lifetime Gold Member

    Awesome reunion thread yall!
  7. WMCC Doug

    WMCC Doug Veteran Member

    Oct 16, 2002
    Wyoming, MI
    I remember corresponding with the "Cross Roads Camaros" back in the day. What years did the Club exist?

    I also remember a club called "Camaros Ltd. of Southern California". Anyone remember them?

    Our Club, the Western Michigan Camaro Club was formed in April of 1975 and has been around ever since. Sadly, I'm the only one of those original guys still around from 1975, but we have a wonderful group of families now.

    It hard to believe I've been doing this Camaro Club thing for 34 years! I hope you can find some of your old members and start things up again. If you do, please contact me here, through NastyZ28. We can start trading newsletters again.
  8. gdonmac

    gdonmac New Member

    Aug 28, 2015
    San diego, Ca
    Good News - Crossroad Camaros just had a reunion on Dec. 13, 2015

    We have found 28 of the former members and are looking for more. If you have any info please go to Crossroad Camaros FB page and message us.

    The club was active from 1975-1995. Very few of us still have our cars but we are interested in continuing our friendships:bowtie: .

  9. Coadster32

    Coadster32 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    Oct 2, 2013
    I'm not only a crossroads president....but I'm also a client.

    (Sorry..."hairclub for men" commercial. Had to do it)

    Great to see a good find of history for your club here on Nasty. Perhaps you all could post up a few pics from back in the day. I was a couple years out of being in a CB club from back in my day.
  10. gdonmac

    gdonmac New Member

    Aug 28, 2015
    San diego, Ca
    Crossroad Camaros of California Car Club Pics

    It was a funny story but we found over 30 members of the club because this site stayed up all these years. Thank you to The oldest post is also the most recent person we got in contact with as of today. He happens to be the son of the club Founder. Never give up people. Posting some pics, more to come.

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