About Us

Club Executive
President:                           Don Earnshaw dearnshaw@shaw.ca
Vice President :                  Bob Patterson    bob-doreen@shaw.ca
Secretary/Treasurer :         Bev Earnshaw dearnshaw@shaw.ca
Newsletter Classifieds :      Don Earnshaw dearnshaw@shaw.ca
Editor :                                Dave Weir daweir@telus.net
Assistant Editor/Graphics : Rick Pawlas rpawlas@telus.net

Meeting_Mag_7026Newsletter Contributions
The editor invites all members to submit articles, member profiles, artwork, pictures, tech tips or any ideas to the newsletter. Please send all articles to:

Canadian Classic Chevelles & Beaumonts
C/O Dave Weir, 202 – 930 Yates Street , Victoria, BC, V8V 4Z3
daweir@telus.net

Website: Jim Morrison jim.morrison@shaw.ca

Canadian Classic Chevelles & Beaumonts was established in March 1995.

The Canadian Chevelle Beaumont News is published bimonthly by Canadian Classic Chevelles & Beaumonts and is free to all registered and paid-up club members. The newsletter will be mailed to the mailing address provided by club members – the cost of postage is covered by the club in the membership fees.

If you would like to become a member, or find out more information about the Club we would love to hear from you!

Club Philosophy

The Canadian Classic Chevelles & Beaumonts club is open to all:

  • Beaumonts from 1962 to 1969
  • Chevelles from 1964 to 1983
  • El Caminos and GMC derivatives from 1959 to 1987

Further, we accept any Chevelle, Beaumont or El Camino that falls into one or more of the following categories: Stock, Modified or Restored.

This club is here to help its members with any questions or concerns about their vehicle. All models are welcome to join, from two door coupes, four door sedans to station wagons. If your car is covered by one or more of these categories then please consider membership in Canadian Classic Chevelles & Beaumonts.

The Club’s Purpose

Is to support and promote the preservation, restoration, and modification of Chevelles, El Caminos, Beaumonts and the many GMC derivatives of the El Camino. This club is here to help its members with any questions about their vehicles. That’s our club philosophy.

Looking for Advice and Answers

Canadian Classic Chevelles & Beaumonts has a large technical library that covers all of the vehicles listed above. We are available via internet or snail mail to help Chevelle and Beaumont enthusiasts with any questions they may have. We may not know all the answers but if not we will point you in the right direction.

Do I have to have a SHOW CAR to join?

Absolutely not!! Most of the cars in our club are daily drivers. We do have some excellent examples of show cars but, we accept all Chevelles, El Caminos, Beaumonts and GMC derivatives of the El Camino. From stock 6 cylinder four door sedans to optioned-out Chevelle SS, everyone is welcome.

 

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