Chapter Editor Resources

What does a MAFCA Award Winning Newsletter Look Like?

An award winning newsletter will have all of the elements stated in the MAFCA policy on Chapter Newsletter Awards. It will also be an interesting read, easy to navigate, and have up to the minute information for their chapter members.

The 2023 Newsletter of the year was edited by David Rose of the Smoky Mountain Model A Club. It's title is "Rumble Seat".
Click here to read an example of his fine work.

Flying Quail

Not all the great stories and pictures from our Chapters and Members can make the The Restorer magazine. With the Flying Quail we can feature more of these highlights plus provide additional Technical, Era Fashion and other interesting news delivered to your PC or Smart Phone. The Flying Quail is currently published bi-monthly.

Join today and keep current with all things MAFCA.The Flying Quail Newsetter is sent to any member requesting it. It has been awarded Constant Contacts's All-Star award for achieving some of the highest views for this monthly newsletter.

Click on the image above or Click Here.

Fashion Articles

Members enjoy reading fashion articles, especially the ladies. So why not include one from time to time
in your chapter newsletter?.

Articles written by members of the EFC and others are available for your use. Click on this link to take a look:
Fashion Articles page and in the Chapter Newsletters folder. Please be certain to give credit to the author and your source.

Chapter Coordinator Newletters

Each month the MAFCA Chapter Coordinator produces an article for Chapter Editors.
Check the COMMUNICATIONS page for a list of them.

 pictureTechnical Articles

Our members enjoy reading technical articles too; technical articles about the Model A Ford have been a mainstay of our Restorer Magazine for years. Many technical articles have been collected and are now available on our website. Why not take a look and find one that you can use in your chapter newsletter?.

Click on this link to get to the DOWNLOADS folder and the TECHNICAL ARTICLES subfolder.

And please be certain to give credit to the author and the source (the MAFCA website).

MAFCA Clip Art

Way back in the 1990s, members Jim and Gloria Parcelluzzi created a "Clip Art" floppy disk with images of both Model A items and other pieces of art for Chapter editors to use. Ten years later, the floppy disk morphed into a CD with dozens more images and converted to JPG format.

We have now cleaned up that Clip Art collection and made it available on the web site for Chapter Editors (and Webmasters) to browse through. You can find it by clicking here.

If you prefer to receive the collection electronically, send an email to the webmaster and we'll send it to you.

MAFCA Member Websites

Several MAFCA members host their own websites that specialize in one or more areas of Model A information.
A list of those can be found on the MAFCA Member Pages.

Chapter/Region/SIG Web Sites

Many of our chapters have their own web sites. On our Chapters List Pages, select a state/region/special interest group page
and then look for the links that say Visit our Web Site. You may be able to find some feature they're using that your local members would enjoy.

LINKS to other interesting places

Other places you might want to visit include North America Model A sites, not necessarily MAFCA related. Or Overseas sites - some of them are quite good. There is also a list of Model A organizations with their contact info.

For these and other links, take a look at the Links Page.


Many of our chapter editors and webmasters have asked for a nice MAFCA logo for their use. The MAFCA webmaster scanned one of the MAFCA decals sold in the MAFCA store and has made it available for you to use.

This is a JPEG image. It's large enough for you to print is actual size (about 5" wide) at 300 dots/inch.
Of course, you can always make it smaller if you wish.

To download it, right-click on the image and save to your computer.


This is a GIF image that has a transparent background. Webmasters can use this image to place on their website. If your background isn't white, it will show through around the MAFCA logo (instead of having a white rectangle around the logo).Notice that there's no white rectangle around the image like there is with a JPEG or PNG file.

To download it, right-click on the image and save to your computer.


Model A Advertising

There were many advertisements published for the Model A during the years 1928-1931.
They were mostly in magazines and newspapers.

Copies of some of those ads are on our Era Ads page.



Last Updated: 01/24/24