Christian Classic Cruisers


We are so grateful to all of our sponsors. The following is a list of our sponsors that make our car shows possible. If you or someone you know would be interested in becoming a sponsor to donate door prizes, or to sponsor one of our shows please contact: Dwain Klopfenstein (817) 565-2920 or TK Kinnan (214) 801-6814



Advantage Autoworks

6432 Davis Blvd

North Richland Hills, TX 76182

Chris Recker

(817) 788-8660


Creative Color, LLC
1101 Main Street
Garland, TX 75040

Amanda / Susie
(972) 487-6960

The Weaver Agency:  Farmer's Insurance & Hagerty In 
7105 Golf Club Dr; STE1303
Fort Worth, TX 76179
Thomas Weaver
Insurance for your Home, Cars, Trucks, Utility Trailers


Insurance for your Collector Car & Truck and other Specialty Vehicles

Frank Collins Upholstery

15883 Guy James Road at Propwash Airport

Justin, TX 76247
Frank Collins
(817) 656-1053
Over 25 years' experience with upholstery for auto, furniture, aircraft, watercraft

(Monthly CCC Sponsor for "Best Upholstery" Award)
Gateway Classic Cars

1250 Mustang Dr; STE 500

​Grapevine, TX 76051

Chase Coplin

(682) 556-5870 (m)

Showroom - (817) 310-9400

(866) 430-2345       FAX: (800) 846-2591


World's Largest Classic and Exotic Car Sales Company with over 2,500 Classic and Exotics For Sale Today

​Largest Exporter of Classic and Exotics - International shipping

Buyers in over twenty-five countries


​James Wood Auto Park

3906 Interstate 35E South

Denton, TX 76210

Sales - Ray O'Rourke

(940) 389-3139 (m)

844) 326-1665


Keller Trophy & Awards
425 N. Main Street

Keller, TX 76248
Scott Freeman
(817) 431-1284
Corporate awards, trophies, crystal, computerized embroidery, corporate apparel, screen-printing
Screaming Chicken

629 Profit Street

Azle, TX 76020

David Moderow

(817) 751-9030

Parts & Accessories for 1970-2018 Camaros & Firebirds


Taco Bueno
6221 Precinct Line Road
North Richland Hills, TX. 76180
(817) 656-1766
6225 Precinct Line Road

North Richland Hills, TX. 76180

(817) 281-8410

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