Naturals Car Club Las Vegas
Kustoms Los Angeles
After George Barris had moved to Los Angles during WWII he started to work full time as Custom builder, creating cars for clients, and quickly making new friends in the car scene. In the mid 1940’s – we do not know the exact date for this event – George Barris started the Kustoms Los Angeles club.
A small club for Barris Custom Car owners. George designed a square Kustoms Los Angeles plaque that was cast in brass and detail painted in a dark purple color. Later Club jackets were made as well as membership cards. A few years later George saw the potential for a larger club and how he could attract more customers for his Custom Car restyling and aftermarket products he started to marketing, so he formed Kustoms of America. The small Barris Kustoms only Kustoms Los Angeles club remained and was renamed Kustoms of Los Angeles.
Devil Dames Car Club
An all dames car club who own pre-1965’s classic and customs cars. A group of classy ladies who share a passion for classic n’ custom rides, getting dolled up, cruising our rides, going car shows, attending rock n’ roll shows, making friends & having fun! We are a family oriented club. With the love n’ support of our family, our husbands, and boyfriends who share the same love for cars, we have formed this club. We are a committed group that is working hard to be a respected part of car culture community and we are looking forward to a long future ahead, so see you all on the road.
The Style Kings gained international exposure with featured stories and photo layouts in Lowrider magazine, Streetlow magazine, Rod and Custom, Smokin’ Shutdown, ESPN’s “Trucks” TV show and also appearing in movies. In 2007 the Style Kings hosted a car show at the Bay Meadows Racetrack to raise money for a friend’s medical expenses. In 2009 the club hosted “Cancer Sucks”, a charity cruise to raise money for cancer research. In 2010 the club hosted its first “Kings by the Bay” car show and Pedal car build off to support the George Marks Children’s House.