The Havasu Deuces organization that doesn’t really call itself a car club, but it sets the standards on what a car club should be. The non-profit organization hosts the popular Havasu Deuce Show  the first Saturday of March each year.

Overhead shot of the car show portion of the event.

Featuring mostly 1932 Fords, the show also welcomes cars from 1957 and earlier. All proceeds from the show and merchandise sales go to the Lake Havasu High School athletics programs in the form of scholarships.

Deuces on the Boulevard.

The group claims that Lake Havasu City is the hot rod capital of the world, and if the video is any indication of the turn out, they might be able to make a great case to claim that title. The club is very active in the community and receives a lot of support of the hot rod activities around town.

Raczuk’s Coupe.

According to Dick Raczuk, a major supporter of the Havasu Deuces – and owner of several ’32 Fords – the car show brought in over 300 Ford Deuces. Raczuk’s ’32 Roadster powered with a flathead, and his 3-window Deluxe Coupe were both attending.

Raczuk’s Roadster.

’32 Ford fans will want to mark their 2018 calendar to save the date for next year’s show.