About 3 years ago, I purchased my first car from a dealer...a used 2004 bmw 330ix. It was a great little car, but then the mechanic gremlins came knocking, and I saw just why owning a bmw is such a headache. Nonetheless, I was able to join a car club for BMW enthusiasts. Huge membership US wide. I was a member of the Golden Gate Chapter...and up until a month, I still was with my Honda Civic (they allow membership to non bmw owners). My question is...why aren't there any "mature" or "older peep" car clubs around like the BMW one? Perhaps the stigma that civics have as illegal street racing type cars and the people who drive them? I know that many people here are now full fledged adults and like to drive responsibly. I would just love to see a venue where like minded grownups could gather their vehicles, and legally rent out an airport or other venue and have recurring events like autocrossing and have some sort of point system for our cars. I wish I could be the head of such a project, but I'm so busy with full time work and family that I could only see myself doing this at a later point in life. Perhaps someone knows of other clubs I might join? For now, I resort to going to corvete clubs, or general car clubs, which are great in themselves, but just wish there was a club just for civics or more generalized towards imports. Am I making sense? Anyone else share these sentiments?