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Welcome to the MAFCA Web Site

The Model A Ford Club of America, Inc. (MAFCA) is dedicated to the restoration, preservation and enjoyment of the Ford Model A and AA cars and trucks, as manufactured from 1928 through 1931. We are an active, family-friendly organization whose members share a passion for these historic vehicles, plus other aspects of life in that era, such as fashions.

MAFCA is a not-for-profit corporation with members and local affiliated chapters all over the globe. This makes us the largest car club in the world dedicated to one make of automobile. We hope you enjoy looking through our site, and we invite you to join us!

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JANUARY RESTORER MAGAZINE

January 31 - Your Jan/Feb Restorer is in the mail and the digital version is now posted! As is the case with every January/February issue, MAFCA allows members until the end of December to renew their membership before the presses roll so this version is usually a bit later in the month than others you will receive this year.

Now that members are starting to receive their new  issue, the webmaster has changed the 2022 password to the new 2023 one printed on Page 1 of The Restorer on Tuesday, January 31st!! Be sure to look for the new password on the 1st page of the Jan/Feb 2023 Restorer magazine in order to access the Members Only section of the website after January 31st. Questions about The Digital Restorer, click here for answers!

2023 MAFCA National Tour - Back Roads to the Classics Registration now open!

January 18 -Registration for the national tour is now open online! Click Here to Register

Join us on a circle tour of Northern Indiana and Southwestern Michigan, beginning in Auburn, Indiana, home of the National Automotive and Truck Museum, and the Early Ford V8 Foundation Museum. We will travel the Indiana countryside of the Amish and Mennonites.

Then, it is on to South Bend, home of the Studebaker National Museum and Notre Dame University's Basilica of the Sacred Heart. In Michigan, we will visit The Gilmore Car Museum, home of the Model A Ford Museum. Our travels will end back in Auburn, Indiana with the beautiful Auburn Cord Duesenburg Museum.

Info: Happy Begg, 803-622-0048.

Looking for Grandpa's Model A

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January 28 - We received a request from a member asking our help locating a black '30 or '31 Town Sedan that was owned by the member's Grandfather long ago. It had a (likely) Colorado license plate - 23-329. The picture shows the member's father in front of Grandpa's car as a toddler. Given only a license plate, faded picture, and happy memories, this might be impossible, but who knows?

If by chance you know of a '30 or '31 Black Town Sedan with the same numbered plate (or a history of it having one), please contact webmaster and I'll put you in touch with the former owner's grandson.

Don't have any information about the car but want to solve a challenging black and white puzzle? Click here

15% off sale on three Fashion Books in the MAFCA store during the entire month of February!

This month, enjoy 15% off (plus tax and shipping) The Fashion Guidelines, 2015 edition, The Fashion Files, or A Book of Fashion Facts! Place your order at the MAFCA store on the website, or by calling 1-866-379-3619

New Chapter Finder Tool Now Available


January 4 - Ever wonder where all of the MAFCA chapters are located? Move around and zoom in on the map above to see each chapter location. Then click on the MAFCA icon at that location to find the meeting information and chapter contacts for all MAFCA chapters worldwide!


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February 1 - This week, enjoy a video of the Turlock Swap Meet 2023!

Recent Videos

The following videos have been added to our VIDEOS page:

Category Video Title Date Posted
Technical [Image] Model A Timing by Les Andrews - 2 parts 12/30/22
Technical [Image] An Adjustable Drag Link to Correct Steering Issues 12/10/22
Technical [Image] The Dangers of using 12V Battery Cables in a 6 Volt System 11/29/22
Technical [Image] Rebuilding a Trico Wiper Motor 11/22/22
Member [Image] Zip It Rack luggage rack 11/13/22
Historical [Image] Model A That Runs on Wood 11/11/22
Technical [Image] Installing a Vinyl Top on a '29 Tudor' 11/5/22

Photo of the Week

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"A" of the Day

We want your Model A Photo!

Please describe your car's year and model, and your City and State in an mail to AoftheDay@mafca.com.

Don't forget to tell us who is in the photo and where it was taken.

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

A of the Day Puzzle - click here

Want to see more photos? For a list of recent A OF THE DAY photos, click here.

Do you want to do a puzzle with YOUR photo? You can do it!
Click Here to go to the Jigsaw Puzzle Explorer Page.

PRODUCT OF the MONTH

Product of Month

 

Upcoming Events

February 26 - Milwaukee WI
57th Annual Greater Milwaukee Indoor Automotive Swap Meet

March 18 - 19 - Puyallup WA
41st Annual Almost Spring Swap Meet & Car Show

See our CALENDAR for details


Recent stories

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"A" Cartoon of the Week

Stan Blinco was a Model A'er and artist who created these cartoons for his local chapter, Beaver A's. Chapter editors: feel free to use them in your newsletters. To read about Stan Blinco, Click Here.




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