Most MAFCA members have a story about how they acquired their Model A, a memorable trip, and so forth.
On this page, our members present their stories for your enjoyment.
From 1964 MAFCA President George Pope:
I married at a "tender age". While working in a Steel Mill, my Boss had a Model A Tudor he used as a work car (1946). He wanted to sell it, no takers.
He then rafflled it off for $5 a chance. I took the last chance and won the car. My wife was really upset with me for spending the $5.
I cleaned up the car, drove it for a month and sold it for $250. That got me out of the dog house. Our town sedan was bought in 1959 and the Roadster 2 months later. Still have both cars.
It's been a great ride thru the years. We are hoping to make it to Washington this summer for the meet.
|My Little Red Rocket
|Rally in New England
||Tom Endy, Southern California
|Our Trip from Fort Worth to Canada and the Gilmore
||Jason Douglass, Fort Worth, Texas
|A Yarn to Tell - our 1930 Seda
n's First Tour
||Irline and Martin Van Ardenne , Moraga, California
|The Jensen's Pickup
||Rick Jensen, Verdi, Nevada
|How I Got Into Model A's
||Doug Linden, Southboro, MA
|Floyd Clark's Model A Coupe
|Fifty Year Member John Meyer
|1929 Tudor Sedan
||Clinton Osborn, Springville, CA
|Me and the Phaeton
||John Lavoy, Rocklin, CA
|How We Made the 400 Mile Natchez Trace Tour Last 5967 Miles
||Sharon and Orville Booth, Columbia, SC
|How I Happened to Get a Model A
||Dan Foulk, Bakersfield, CA
|My Fire truck And I
|My Working AA
|| Dan Charlebois, Canton NY
|Face and Soul of a Model A
||Bill Williamson, Fresno CA
||George Pope, Visalia CA