Welcome to Central Florida Street Rod Association!

The members of the Central Florida Street Rod Association (CFSRA) invite you to explore our web site. The site provides information on our club, our members and our activities. We have been serving street rodders since 1989. Use the tabs above to navigate the site and learn more about our club and how it operates. If our club is of interest to you, please join us at one of our club meetings or one of our future events. Meetings and events are listed on our club calendar.

Announcements

Event Schedule Changes

Because of the COVID virus pandemic, several car shows/cruise-ins have been rescheduled or cancelled:

     The annual Tampa Knights Hot Dog Bash will be back in 2021.

     The monthly Lake Wales car show was restarted in September. It is held the 4th Saturday of the month from 4 PM to 7 PM.

     The monthly Winter Haven car show has been cancelled for now.

 

Weekly Club Breakfast:

Our weekly Club breakfast is going strong. We normally have 8 to 10 attendees. Breakfast rotates between Egg City in Haines City and IHOP in Lake Wales. Check the calendar to see where and at what time it's being held each week.

 

Monthly Club Meeting:

Our meetings are being held the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM.

We have moved our 2021 Club meeting location. We are currently meeting at Sonny's BBQ, 35620 Hwy 27, Haines City, FL 33844.

 

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Welcome

Central Florida Steet Rod AssociationThe CFSRA was formed by some local car nuts in 1989. Several of those charter members are still active participants in the club today.

Some members are also members of NSRA and the club provides support of NSRA by running games at some of the NSRA events.

In addition to helping club members and other street rodders, we have also chosen to give back to the community through proceeds from our annual Fathers Day Rod Run car show.

 

 

Central Florida Street Rod Association Founding Member Passed Away.

Kenneth Eugene "Gene" Cooper Sr., 85, peacefully entered into his heavenly home Thursday, November 28, after a brief illness. Mr. Cooper was born on July 27, 1936, in Worthington, Ky. After graduating from Raceland - Worthington High School (Kentucky), Kenneth served his country honorably in the United States Army. He married in 1963 and became a devoted husband, father and grandfather. Mr. Cooper was owner/operator of C.C. Motors (Florida) prior to his retirement, and an active member of Grace Community Church. He was a founding member of the Central Florida Street Rodders Association.

His complete obituary can be found at: https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/thebrunswicknews/name/kenneth-cooper-obituary?id=31620063