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The Model A Ford Club of America, Inc. (MAFCA) is a California not-for-profit corporation and a national historical society dedicated to the restoration and preservation of Model A Ford vehicles as manufactured from 1928 through 1931.

MAFCA's members are dedicated to the restoration, preservation, and enjoyment of Ford vehicles of that era. MAFCA is the largest club in the world dedicated to one make of automobile. We hope you enjoy looking through our site!

Left: our award-winning magazine The Restorer.


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national awards banquet in december


July 2 - This year's MAFCA National Awards Banquet will be held in Medford Oregon on December 2-5. Three local chapters, the Rogue Valley A's, Henry's Lady, and Sis-Q A's, will co-host this year's event. The Awards Banquet is an opportunity to recap the year, introduce the next Board of Directors, and to give out chapter and individual service and literary awards.

A full description of the activities and registration materials is in the July-August issue of The Restorer magazine. The registration forms are also here on the website in two places: on our Calendar page or by clicking here.

There are three pages in the registration package. The first is a reprint from the description in the July-August Restorer Magazine. The second is the registration form, which can be filled out on your computer. The last page is the MAFCA Liability Waiver form. Both the registration form and the waiver must be filled out and sent in to assure your registration.

For a sneak preview of this event, click here to watch a short video. [Image]


Lobsters & Lighthouses last glances


June 18 - The MAFCA National Tour to Lobsters & Lighthouse is over, but the memories of those who attended will live long after.

Here's a video from the Owls Head Transportation Museum on YouTube - View it here.

Follow Jim Morris' blog here describing his trip.

MAFCA Vice President Happy Begg is also blogging about the tour as they travel the beautiful coastline of Maine in their 1930 Town Sedan. Click here to follow her blog.


where is this car now?


June 15 - Robert G Weeks Sr. of Yucaipa Calif built this 1931 Ford Gordon Buehrig Replica many years ago. The car was sold in California between 1997-1999. The California License plate was 2EUS740.

Robert's son George would like to locate the car. If you have seen it or have any info about it, please contact George at


Photo of the week

history Posted 07/05/2015

"A" of the Day

We want your Model A Photo!

Please describe your car, mention your MAFCA member number, and include your City and State in an email to Webmaster.

Photos that are at least 250 kb in size work the best.

Miss a day? View the last 30 days of A OF THE DAY photos when you click here.





Upcoming Events

August 8 - Tucker GA
Model A Parts Swap Meet

August 15 - Amana IA
Annual Iowa Model A Day

August 15 - Champaign IL
Antique Ford Day

August 23 - Chatsworth CA
Parts Exchange/Swap Meet

August 31-Sept 3 - IA
Great Annual Model A Ride Around Iowa

See our calendar for details



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