Road Angels of Doylestown Street Rod Club

P.O. Box 12 · Plumsteadville, PA 18949

The Road Angels of Doylestown

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About the Road Angels

The Road Angels of Doylestown is a not for profit organization made up of enthusiasts whose goal is to raise funds for charitable purposes while promoting the sport of street rodding. The organization promotes family unity, good fellowship, sportsmanship, unity of purpose, good government and safety in the sport.

The club was founded in 1954 and currently has twenty three members from mostly the Central and Upper Bucks and Eastern Montgomery county areas. The club has had a history of supporting a number of local charities and educational programs. These have included the Intelligiencer Christmas Fund, A Woman's Place, the K9 Search and Rescue and the Upper Bucks and Midle Bucks Vocational Schools plus many other over the years. The club also participates in a number of local shows and charitable events.

Our annual rod run was again held at the Moravian Tile Works in Doylestown with over 400 street rods, classic, custom and antique cars and trucks on display.

Our rod run for 2015 is scheduled for Sunday July 12th.

2015 ROD RUN Information

Our Rod Run for 2015 will again be held on the grounds of the Moravian Tile Works in Doylestown Pa.

Street Rods, Customs, Muscle Cars, Trucks, Antiques and Classics at least 30 years old welcome

Sunday July 12th, 2015 from 9:00am to 3:30pm

Plenty of door prizes plus much more

Bring a Can Good for entry into $50.00 Cash Drawing that will support local food pantry

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Last Updated August 18th 2014

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