The Carolina GM Association is a family-oriented car club that was originally formed in 1994 as The Carolina Camaro Association. The Club has since been extended to all GM vehicles (in 2015) in the interest of growth and diversity. This club is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of all types and generations of GM vehicles. The Carolina GM Association strives to make improvements in our community while enjoying the fellowship and automobiles of its membership.
The club represents a variety of age groups that attend several local shows as well as donating money to local charities and families in need. Our main charity is the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children in Greenville, South Carolina. Funds for this charity are raised through the show we host annually at the beautiful racing complex of Mr. Rick Hendrick. Proceeds from this show go to purchase toys for the children at the Shriners Hospital in Greenville, South Carolina.
If you are interested in joining our association please check out the Membership info page.
The Carolina GM Club is also a proud member of the Association of Chevrolet Enthusiasts, also known as ACE.
What is a Camaro?
That question was asked at the start of the 1967 model year when the Camaro first debuted. While the name Camaro has no specific meaning, GM designers claim to have found it in a French dictionary as slang for friend or companion.
When the press first asked “what is a Camaro”, the reply came back as “A small vicious animal that eats Mustangs.”