The Tri-County Car Club was formed on June 8, 1986 to encourage the preservation, collection and exhibition of classic and custom cars and trucks.


The club originally consisted of members from Taylor, Marion and Adair counties in Kentucky. It now has members from many counties.

Members meet on the first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at Bible Baptist Tabernacle, 105 50 Bambi Drive in Campbellsville.

Each year the club sponsors a monthly cruise during the summer and a car show on the

Fourth of July.

It also assists Campbellsville University with a

Homecoming Car Cruise.

Look for details about all of those on this website.

A book about the history of the Tri-County Car Club is available at

Webmaster Stan McKinney

Secretary Jean Statz

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Polish your chrome, wax your paint or just put gas in the tank.

It is time to once again cruise to Main Street on Campbellsville each month. The first cruise is Saturday, April 2.

The monthly cruise be the first Saturday of each month through September. There will not be a cruise in July due to the annual Fourth of July Show.

Each cruise begins at 3 p.m. and ends at 6 p.m.

Just look for all the cars on Main Street. Be certain to sign up at the trailer in front of the judicial center to be eligible for prizes.

In October, the club will be participating in Homecoming at Campbellsville University. You are also invited to participate.

This year, by the way, is the 30th anniversary of the Tri-County Car Club. So look for some special observances during the year.  Click here for details about the cruises.

Al Hardin receives Louis Watson Award

     By the time it was all said and done, 91 vehicles were on display during the 2015 Homecoming Car Cruise at Campbellsville  University.

     As usual there were vehicles of all years and models plus several motorcycles on display.

     Seventy-five of the cruisers went home with custom 1/24 scale 2015 Mustangs to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Mustang. See photos here.

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Al Hardin and his 1938 Ford received the Louis Watson award at this year's Ham Days Car Show.  Watrson's daughter Eva Jo Nugent has been donating a trophy to Ham Days and she chooses the winner of the trophy. Watson was a fixture at local car shows and a member of the Tri-County Car Club. He died a few years ago.


Planning is complete for Fourth of July Show

Monthly cruises have begun in Campbellsville

     This year's Fourth of July Car Show as it has been for the last few years will be on the campus of Campbellsville University.

     The university remains the major sponsor for the event which is part of a major Fourth of July celebration in Campbellsville, Ky.

     This is the 30th anniversary of the club (31st Fourth of July show) and there will be plenty of celebrating. Come join us for what is certain to be a great event.

     Find all of the details here.

Homecoming Car Cruise attracts 91