Founding Club members Frank Edwards and Raymond Hogg
Home of Texas Oldest Rod Run!
We are located in Big Spring, Texas. Big Spring, the county seat of Howard County, and is at the "crossroads" of Interstate Highway 20, U.S. highway 87, State Highway 350, and the Missouri Pacific line. The city is in a rocky gorge where the northern limit of the Edwards Plateau and the southern most hills of the Caprock converge. It is named for the "big spring" in Sulphur Draw, historical watering place for coyotes, wolves, and herds of buffalo, antelope, and mustangs; the spring was a source of conflict between Comanche and Shawnee Indians. Signal Mountain, ten miles southeast of Big Spring, was a landmark used by early cattlemen. In 1849 Capt. Randolph B. Marcy's expedition reached Big Spring on the return trip from Santa Fe and marked it as a campsite on the Overland Trail to California. 2000 Howard County Population: 33,627 (courtesy: City of Big spring)
Our 40th consecutive Rod Run was a great success. We would like to thank all of the participants! You have some beautiful rides! Please see our History and picture Site below for past car show photos.
The Rod Run & Car Show will be held every Saturday on Labor day weekend in Comanche Trail Park!
Registration starts @ 8:00 a.m.
Map of Comanche Trail Park Big Spring, TX US
History and picture Site.