Year Established: 2000 (NY Chapter 2008)

Locations / Chapters: LA, San Diego, Fresno, Bakersfield, Myrtle Beach, New York, San Antonio, Phoenix, Oxnard, San Fernando Valley, Nor Cal, OC, Yuma, Bay area, Prescott, az, chandler, AZ

# of Members: 200+

President / Founder: NY Chapter President is Mike Prell

Team Sponsors: MA Audio, DUB, Dropstars, K & N, Trends, Lexani, Soundstream, Toyo, Magnaflow, t-rex, iced out emz, Kinetik

Individual Vehicle Sponsors:, Power Trip Energy Drink, Kustom Workz, JT autostyle, Croftgate USA




Introduction: Nokturnal Car Club is a club based on traditions and family.  Helping push each other to the limits with our rides and also helping out a member when in need.

Club / Team History: The NY Chapter was formed after getting fed up with the disloyal and drama coated teams of the area. So we hooked up with Raider, SIN, Edgar, Hector and SCOOBY and got the chapter formed and kept going

Awards / Accomplishments: Every member so far has took 1st place in their classes or best of’s at shows all over the NorthEast USA and Ontario Canada, including shows like T.A.S.R., Scrape by the lake, Battle at the Border, ImportFest and more

Shows Attended: DUB northeast events, ImportFest, Performance World, Scrape by the lake, Battle at the Border, HIN/Nopi events, RPM and remix events

Community Involvement: We are always looking at ways to keep the younger generations to move towards more positive resources like automotive customizing and also plan on doing a car show in 2011 with autozone to help support Roswell Cancer research

Future Plans: Most of our rides right now are under the knife and shooting to come back out in March or at the latest May and keep going after those top spots and NOK’ing them out



Organized Meets: We have monthly meets during the off season either at the presidents house or the clubs personal garage.  During show season it moves to bi-weekly meets unless shows fall on a meet date

Membership / Modeling Details: Membership is invite only, and your attitude and personality have a greater impact on admission than your ride does.

Club Vehicles: SUV’s, sport compacts, donk’s, big sedans, some lowered and fast cars.

Final Thoughts: We are all pretty much down to earth and most other clubs in the regions know us.  So if you don’t know us just come up and start talking.  Don’t be a hater because if so just keep walking.  NOK on Top!!!





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