"Organized September 26, 1993, the Lone Star Model A Ford Club is a Chapter of the Model A Ford Club of America, a national historical society dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the Model A Ford automobile as manufactured from 1928 through 1931."
That was the formal description. The informal description is much harder to pin down:
Mostly we drive our Model A's. We have been known to drive somewhere just to eat lunch. The best thing about going somewhere together is that no one is ever left on the roadside. If anyone has mechanical difficulties, these guys just love to get under the hood. Previous tours include:
We have driven from Georgetown to Big Bend National Park and back. (Well, most of us made it back on our own four wheels. Some of us needed help.) We have been to Marlin, College Station, Salado, and Elgin, not all in the same day, but all in Texas. We have also driven to Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1996 and to Breckenridge, Colorado in 1995 where the club was awarded the "Hard Luck Trophy." Some of us returned to Breckenridge in 2001 for 2001 Miles in a Model A Ford.
The Lone Star Model A Ford Club is tax exempt from Federal income tax under section 501 (c) (7) of the Internal Revenue Code.
note that it is not necessary to own a Model A Ford to belong to LSMAFC
- all you need is an interest in "Henry's Lady." Ford produced more than 5 million
Model A's in various body styles and it is amazing how many are still on the road
today. We welcome you to join the club and drive "modern iron" on our tours. The
newest cars are relegated to the back of the line, but believe me when I tell you
that it just gives you more incentive to buy a running Model A Ford of your very
members can join the
Lone Star Model A Ford Club Yahoo! Group
My appreciation goes to the Metropolitan Austin Interactive Network for hosting this site for free from April 1997 to Oct 2007.
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Created on April 5, 1997
Last updated on January 17, 2014