2012 Rod Run

was a great success!



2012 Heartland Rod Run

Best of Show


Best Paint

Willis Ragsdale

Buda, Texas

1936 Ford Coupe


Tim Buris, Paul Peck and Willis Ragsdale

Click here for Top 20 Cars

Click here for Burnout Contest Pictures

Click here for Panty Dash Pictures

Awards Pics Coming Soon






Sonic Drive In

To visit the sponsor's web site click on their name.

3M Performance

A-Action Bail Bonds

 Academy Lanes Bowling Alley

Auto Glass Magic

Auto Zone

Bangs Automotive

Beds & More

Best Little Muffler Shop

Big Country Motors: Ford Lincoln

Blake Auto 

Bostick's Auto Sales

Brownwood Fitness Center

Brownwood Glass and Alignment

Brownwood Janitorial

Brownwood Regional Medical Center

Brownwood Trophy

Casey Nicks

Center Line Wheel Corp.

Cen-Tex Auto Recyclers

Center Line Wheel Corp.

Chassis Engineering, Inc.

Comp Performance Group

Davis Morris Funeral

Day's Diesel

Day's Stone

Dean Olin Painting

Doc's Drug Store

Donut Palace

Dr. Pepper Bottlers

Dr. Robert Goodwin

Draco's Janitorial and Auto Detailing

Dyer's Blowers Service

Eagle One Automotive Appearance Products

E. T. Signs

Earl Harris, Farmer's Insurance

Early Volunteer Fire Dept.


Firestone Complete Auto Center

Gomez's Restaurant

Grant Products 


Heidts Hot Rods and Muscle Cars

Hi-Way Auto Parts

Heartland Mall

Holly Performance Products Inc.

Honey Bee Health Food Store


Humphrey Pete's Restaurant

Hunter Texaco Station

The Detail Shop

JEGS High Performance Parts

Jerry Ingrahm

John Manning Custom Homes

Jones' Carpet

Kwik Kar Oil and Lube

Lone Star Tint

Macs Antique Auto Parts

Main Street Car Wash

Martha Biggs, MK Consultant




Mi Famila

Mid-Tex Fed. Credit Union

Mike Hall, State Farm Insurance

Sign and Crane Service

Mills County State Bank-Early

Moroso Performance

Mr. Gasket

Mr. Horsepower Inc

NAPA- Brownwood (BSP)

Nelson Wholesale

O'Reilly Auto Parts

Painless Wiring

Parr Automotive

Pate's Hardware

Precision Auto

 Prestolite Performance

Prima Pasta

Rhino Linings

RockAuto LLC

Runaway Train Café

Ryder Transportation

Ron Francis Wiring

S. D. Clark Photography

Sara Bailey

Schultz Steamway

Scott's Western Wear

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Section Hand


Snap On Tools

Specialty Power Windows

Speedway Motors

SSBC Performance Brake Systems

Steve and Donna Clark

The Stick's BBQ



Summit Racing

Surf City

Taquito Millionaro

Taylor's Mini Mall

The Bike Peddler

The Sign Shop

Tim Thornhill Trucking

TNT Trucks

Trans Texas Tire


Underwood's BBQ

University Barber Shop

West Air

Whiskey Hollow Leather Company

Year One

Yogi's Inc.

If I have left any sponsor off of my list please email me. Also if you web site is not linked to your business email me and I will be glad to link it.

We could not do this quality of show without every one of our sponsors and friends. I will gladly add you and apologize for the oversight.



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About Us

We are a small club with absolutely no dues, no rules, and no officers. This works because you can not find a more eager and happy-to-help group of people.

We are located in the heart of Texas. When the original group could no longer put on the car show here in Brownwood, we just could not let it die out; so began the Heartland Cruisers.

The Club is primarily the brain child of three, Paul, Donnie and Wayne, but it is in the heart and soul of countless rodders. The group just grows and grows. It may even be time to organize as a structured association.

During the year we participate in many activities. The big event is our Rod Run in June with entries from everywhere you could imagine. Beginning in 2008, there were 194 entries. In 2009 we had 270 entries. Then in 2010, the number of entries grew to 305. And then in 2011, we had a record of 411 entries!

We also hold a car show for the Brownwood Reunion.

In some form or fashion we participate in approximately 40 events over the year. You know, there are only 52 weeks in a year, but who is counting when you are having fun.

What a Great Group we have, and thanks to all that pitch in and make it happen.



Brownwood, Texas