Wyandot Classics And Cruisers is a car and truck club based in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. We are a family club, and many of the members attend shows with their wives and children. Our club is open to all makes and models of classic and collector vehicles. Our current membership is about 43 members that enjoy meetings, car shows, and cruises.
Where is Upper Sandusky, Ohio you may ask? Well, we are basically located at the crossroads of US 23 and US 30 in Northern Ohio. People often get us confused with the "Sandusky" that has Cedar Point, but we are about 60 miles South-West of them.
We thank you for stopping by our website! We have posted many photos of members cars and photos from our cruise-in's.
History & Donations
Since 2001, Wyandot Classics and Cruisers have conducted an annual cruise-in for charity in downtown Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Held in September each year, the Upper Sandusky Autumn Cruise has become one of the largest in Northern Ohio. Cruisers from all over Ohio and neighboring states, come to show their cars and trucks and cruise the main street of downtown Upper Sandusky, Ohio!
All net profits from our cruises go to charity! From 2001-2016 our club raised over $274,000 for charity with $18,000 to Wyandot County EMS and $256,000 to Hospice of Wyandot County. This is the net donation after all bills and awards had been paid!
Kenton High School Students Complete Website Update In 2016
Wyandot Classics and Cruisers representatives, Jim Rhoden and Dan Newell, presented a $500 donation to the Kenton High School Information Technology program. Students enrolled in information technology classes at KHS redesigned and modernized the Wyandot Classics and Cruisers website. Kenton High School students will continue to manage the organization’s website throughout the school year.