A number of early Ford Mustang owners on O’ahu, who were providing their cars for parades, got together socially in the mid-70s to start a Mustang car club. In 1979, the Aloha Mustang & Shelby Club of Hawaii was chartered. Since then, the club has been involved with numerous activities for its members and has supported a variety of charities.
The Aloha Mustang and Shelby Club of Hawaii (AMSCH) recognizes all Ford Mustangs from April 1964 to the present and the 1965 to 1970 Shelby Mustangs built by Shelby American, Inc. We also recognize the 2006 and newer Shelby Mustangs built by Ford, and any other specialty vehicle based on the Ford Mustang (e.g. Saleen, Rousch, etc.).
The club arranges or participates in a number of events all year long, including regular monthly meetings, nationally recognized car shows, banquets, cruises, charity events, picnics and more!
The Corvette Club of Hawaii was established in 1973 for Corvette owners and for people who just love the great American sports car.
The club currently has over 100 members with Associate members from all over the world. Come out and join the fun and camaraderie with people who share many of your own interests. Our General Membership meeting is held on the first Tuesday of every month at the Vineyard Zippy’s, 59 N Vineyard Blvd.
The club organized in the mid-nineties, and revived in 2005. The Hawaii MR2 owners club has over 50 members who all share a passion for Toyota’s mid-engined sports car.
Our goal is to provide a local source of information on maintaining, modifying and enjoying these classic cars.
We welcome new members to visit our Facebook group page for more information and future events: Hawaii International MR2 Owners Club.
The Hawaii Section is an affiliate section of the Mercedes-Benz Club of America. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in the Mercedes-Benz and related brands. The Hawaii Section has members on the islands of Oahu, Hawaii, Maui, Kauai and Guam.
The Porsche Club of America Big Island Hawaii Region was newly formed February 2018 and now has over 100 members. Members hail from Kailua-Kona, Kamuela, Hilo and other sections on the island of Hawaii.
President Gunner Mench said the club hosts four events during the year alongside monthly tours. He said their Sweet Heart Run in February each year is quite popular. More than 50 members participated in the 2018 event. The club also hosts the popular Oktoberfest event.
The PCA Hawai’i Region is comprised of approximately 160 members, most of whom are located on the main island of O’ahu. Membership fluctuates from plus or minus five members throughout the year due to the transitory nature of the islands with military transfers and others migrating to and from the mainland.
There is an average of about one event per month ranging from island cruises, community charity drives such as the Hawaii food Bank Drive and the Toys for Tots campaign, an annual car show (Concours d’Elegance), human interest support, and an annual Christmas party.
General membership meetings are held bi-monthly and our Sonne Porsche newsletter is posted on our website, http://hi.pca.org, which contains information about our club including membership, email addresses, a gallery of members’ cars, information on up-coming events and archival information and photos from past events. The website also provides members with links to Porsche websites, classifieds, parts & repairs, aftermarkets, and other helpful information.
The Maui Section is a part of the Porsche Club of America Hawaii Region.
In 2018 the section took a lead role in establishing a Cars and Coffee Hawaii at the Maui Marketplace in Kahului. The event is held on the first Saturday morning each month.
Doug Buchanan is the section contact.
Sports Car Club of America, Hawaii Region
SCCA Hawaii is a place to have fun, race your car, and meet new people!
Solo is the SCCA brand name for autocross competition. Solo events are driving skill contests that emphasize the driver’s ability and the car’s handling characteristics. This is accomplished by driving a course that is designated by traffic cones on a low hazard location, such as a parking lot or inactive airstrip. While speeds are no greater than those normally encountered in legal highway driving, the combination of concentration and car feedback creates an adrenaline pumping experience. It is like being in a movie chase scene, only you are holding onto the steering wheel instead of a box of popcorn!
Races held monthly at Aloha Stadium, Lower Halawa Lot. (Except during 50th State Fair)
What is RallyCross? Imagine a scaled down version of a rally stage laid out on a non-paved plot of land where the course is delineated by traffic cones instead of rocks or trees. The entry fees and equipment requirements are considerably less than those necessary to enter any other forms of performance rally, so in most locations one need only arrive at an event in a sound, hardtop vehicle, suitable helmet, closed toe shoes and the entry fee. Hawaii SCCA will assist first time competitors with entering the appropriate class, making their way through technical inspection and finding their way around the course. Participating in SCCA RallyCross helps drivers gain car control skills on low traction surfaces. Best of all, it’s great fun.
The VW Club of Hawaii was founded in 1997 by a group of friends. The original group had been “cruising” the VW scene in Oahu from the late 70s to the early 80s. In 1997, Todd Matsumoto rallied this group of friends, known today as the “VW Club of Hawaii”.
The club’s intentions were to make a positive impact in the community. Other goals were to make VWs safer on our streets and to legalize the ever popular fiberglass Dune Buggy and Porsche Speedster replica.
We are a family oriented club and base our cruises and community events on good old fashioned family values. We welcome all new members to our family and look forward to perpetuating the VW scene in Hawaii.