Fort Worth Model A Ford Club2024-06-01T10:42:01-05:00

Fort Worth Model A Ford Club

Fort Worth Model A Ford Club

Established in 1963 we are the Fort Worth Chapter of MAFCA

Membership in the Fort Worth Model A Club transcends the Model A Ford itself, offering a platform for sharing information about the vehicle, fostering fellowship, providing unique touring opportunities to undiscovered destinations, and delving into the rich history and fashion of the Model A era.

Our Mission

Our mission is to establish a central organization that brings together all owners or enthusiasts interested in the history, restoration, and operation of Model “A” Fords. We aim to cultivate prestige and respect within the community. Additionally, our club is dedicated to fostering better acquaintance among individuals, encouraging camaraderie, and promoting fair play. We achieve these goals through various sponsored activities, including the utilization of the Model “A” Ford and active family participation. For more information, click “About Us” at the top of the screen.

Model A Ford Foundation
Model A Ford Club of America
Go on Tour

Forge Lasting Friendships With Fellow Model “A” Enthusiasts

To showcase, connect, and create lifelong memories on the open road.

MAFCA National Convention

Preserve The Legacy of the Model “A” Ford

Through exclusive events that transform every drive into an unforgettable journey.

PATE Swap Meet 2024 Update

Without your help, Pate Swap Meet would not succeed. Fort Worth Model A Ford Club members have a big job, know how much I appreciate each and every one of you. As this event is our only fundraiser (major income) this is how we continue to have our hobby.

Touring Rules of the Road

The following guidelines are intended to help Model A drivers tour safely, maximize the touring experience, and travel in a group with consideration for other vehicles.

Get Your Name on the Model A Ford Foundation, Inc. Museum Wall

The program is called: My A It is a fundraiser for an individual to contribute and get their name, city/state and a color picture of their car on a metal plaque that will be on the wall in the Model A Ford Foundation, Inc. Museum at the Gilmore grounds in Hickory Corners, MI.

Interested in joining? Be our guest on the 4th Sunday of each month for our Club meeting.Interested in joining? Be our guest on the 4th Sunday of each month for our Club meeting.

Our Mission

Our mission is to establish a central organization that brings together all owners or enthusiasts interested in the history, restoration, and operation of Model “A” Fords. We aim to cultivate prestige and respect within the community. Additionally, our club is dedicated to fostering better acquaintance among individuals, encouraging camaraderie, and promoting fair play. We achieve these goals through various sponsored activities, including the utilization of the Model “A” Ford and active family participation. For more information, click “About Us” at the top of the screen.

Membership

Membership in the Ford Model A Club is available to anyone with a genuine interest. With a current membership exceeding 230 members, our vibrant community actively engages in a variety of events, both at the local and national levels.

Meetings

Join us for the upcoming gathering of the Fort Worth Model “A” Ford Club! Our club convenes every fourth Sunday of the month at 2:30 p.m. The meeting location is the Texas Girls Choir at 4449 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, Texas, 76107. We look forward to your presence at our next meeting.

History

Established in 1963 we are the Fort Wort Chapter of the Model “A” Ford Club of America (MAFCA), a chapter within the Model “A” Restorers Club (MARC), and a proud supporter of the Model “A” Ford Foundation, Inc. (MAFFI).

Learn More About Membership

If you share our enthusiasm, we invite you to download a membership application. Your involvement is warmly welcomed.

Henry Ford (1863-1947)

Henry Ford

Henry Ford, at the age of 83, had solidified his status as the most prolific native contributor in the history of the United States. As Edgar A. Guest expressed in his powerful radio homage,

“We are all indebted to him now. Whether rich or poor, in humble or high positions, each of us has experienced an improvement in our lives through his labor. He entered a world where the backs of men were weary and burdened. Through the dreams he pursued and realized, the weight of drudgery was lifted from the shoulders of the humble and transferred to the realms of steel and wheel.”

His Work Was Done

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