A Chapter of the Model A Ford Club of America

As a member, every month you will receive an E-Mail copy of our newsletter.  It tells members what is coming up and what happened in recent activities, as well as informative and helpful articles about the Model A.  Open a sample PDF copy of our newsletter, The Starter, below.

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Welcome to the website of the Salt Creek Chapter of the Model A Ford Club of America.  We are a non-profit organization to foster camaraderie among all club members, with their common interest in Model A Ford vehicles, through meetings, tours, and other events.  We try to function as a central organization to encourage and assist in the restoration, preservation, maintenance, use, enjoyment, and study of Model A Ford vehicles and directly related 1928-1931 era fashion and memorabilia.

Our members range from experts with high levels of mechanical repair or restoration capabilities, drivers with little desire to get his or her hands dirty, as well as those who do not own a Model A but have an interest in the hobby.  To assist this variety of people, we get together frequently to drive around, share information on technical topics, mechanical work and troubleshooting, as well as diverse topics such as fashions, toys, and advertisements.

We are a non-commercial, non-sectarian and non-partisan club, and don't require Model A Ford ownership nor an exclusive interest in Model A Ford vehicles for membership.  We only ask that you have a desire to take a part in activities; these activities range from both short and long tours, picnics, shows, and regular business meetings.  So, if you have an interest in the Model 'A' hobby, please join us at one of our monthly meetings, which are normally held at 7:30 PM on the third Tuesday of each month at Buck’s Pit Stop 6501 Kane Avenue, Hodgkins, Illinois.

Salt Creek Chapter Model A Ford Club of America Annual Picnic

August 24, 2008    Katherine Legge Memorial Park  Hinsdale, IL