It is important to make sure that the glass door beverage refrigerator you purchase is properly insulated. While it may seem like a small detail, it is essential to keep your drinks from getting too cold. Keep in mind that the temperature of the drinks inside the refrigerator is directly proportional to the temperature outside. If you keep the drinks warm, they will stay warmer. If you keep them cool, they will stay cooler. Make sure you get a unit that has plenty of insulation if you want to enjoy the best quality beverages for longer periods of time. Source: topfridge.net
Come join the Rock-Ford A’s and the Sharon Main Street Association for the Midwest’s largest gathering of Model A’s! This celebration of “Henry’s Lady” traditionally hosts hundreds of Model A’s in every body style and color from at least 4 surrounding states. Free admission for this all-day event which runs from 9 am to 2 pm. Entertainment includes time-era skits, a jazz band, dance performances, and a vintage fashion show. Food choices include a pig roast, ice cream social, “running board lunches”, bake sale, and specialty food vendors. There will be a swap meet, crafters, novelty and antique shops, a 50/50 raffle, and a raffle for a Model A part. Something for everyone!
Hosted by the Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed in Lincoln, NE.
Events will include:
– A road trip of around 150 miles through rural Nebraska, mostly or all on two-lane paved roads,
– A Hill Climb competition, with classes for stock/restored to highly-modified cars powered by Ford and other American-built pre-1935 four-cylinder engines,
– A full morning at a local dyno shop, where shop staff will dyno any and all registered four-cylinder powered cars whose owners would choose to do so, and
– Other activities inside and outside of the Museum, as well as many hours set aside for Museum touring.
Visit our website or contact us for registration details, hill climb classes and rules, and an activities schedule.
RAIN OR SHINE
The Standish Historic Depot & Welcome Center invites all Model A’s & T’s to its 8th Annual Car Show open to ALL original/restored cars and trucks 1931 and older.
Awards to Best of Show and the top 50 vehicles.
Lunch and Ice Cream Social will be provided FREE to all pre-registered vehicles (limit 2 per vehicle).
Era Dress encouraged.
Arrive the night before and cruise in your antique vehicle to a Historical location for a picnic dinner. We will depart the Standish Historical Depot Friday Night Friday July 12, 2019 at 5:30 pm.
Pre-registrations received on or before July 6th …………..$5.00
Registrations received after July 6th ……………………….$10.00
Register Now –
Raffle Tickets NOW Available on Line!!
Dearborn Event Cut-Offs:
JULY 22nd is the CUT OFF date for Bus Tours…
JULY 26th is the CUT OFF for ALL Events…
IF you want to add to your registration get it in NOW…
Currently we could use some more volunteers at the Dearborn Meet to help out in the repair tent. Wednesday morning or Friday afternoon especially.
If you would like to volunteer for Wednesday, contact Jerry Gates at email@example.com or call him at 313-804-0505.
If you would like to volunteer for Friday, contact Tom Blomer at Amodela28@hotmail.com or call him at 513-477-8257.
If you would like to volunteer for any other day or time, contact Jim Zimmer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 614-353-8236.
Volunteers are to help diagnose and provide expertise on the repair of a members car problem only.
The Benson Ford Research Center
The world’s most comprehensive resource for researching collections and stories of American innovation, ingenuity and resourcefulness–and home to the experts who maintain and interpret our collections.
In order to prevent being overrun with visitors, NO ONE, will be allowed in the center without an appointment.
You can call or email the center and set up an appointment for the week, August 5th-9th. Thank you for your understanding.
Enter the Hubley Derby
5/3/2019 Please see update RE: Edwards Hotel below.
Updated Information 2/10/2019
2OI9 MARC NATIONAL MEET HOTELS
(Click hotel name for website)
(Click address for map)
1 Host Hotel Doubletree by Hilton Sold Out
5801 Southfield Fwy, Detroit, MI 48228
2 Dearborn Inn by Marriott
20301 Oakwood Blvd., Dearborn Ml. 48124
4.5 miles from host hotel, .4 miles to greenfield village
$161.00* per night, NEW LOWER PRICE
..in 1931 Henry Ford opened a stately Dearborn boutique hotel across from Ford Airport on Ford’s property to accommodate detroit-bound travlers. Today, it Is STILL A PLACE OF HISTORY, TRADITION AND CHARM, ENTHRALLING GUESTS WITH JUST WHAT Mr. FORD ENVISIONED.
5 Staybridge Suites by IHG
24105 Michigan Ave., Dearborn, Ml. 48124
4.4 MILES FROM HOST HOTEL, 4.1 MILES TO GREENFIELD VILLAGE
$169.00* per night includes breakfast, A kitchenette and free parking 313-565-1500
7 Country Inn and Suites by Carlson
24555 Michigan Ave., Dearborn Ml. 48124
4.6 MILES FROM HOST HOTEL, 3.7 MILES FROM GREENFIELD VILLAGE
$125.00* per night includes FREE breakfast and free parking 313-562-8900
* plus applicable taxes per night
Places of Interest
F The Henry Ford 20900 Oakwood Blvd., Dearborn, MI 48124
Includes Greenfield Village & the Henry Ford Museum
H Edward N. Hines Drive
Enter at Ford Rd. between Evergreen Rd, and Outer Drive
HOTELS AND PLACES OF INTEREST MAP
EDWARD Hotel UPDATE & Final: The Edward is CLOSED and will NOT RE-OPEN. Phone lines are NOT being answered and the front is barricaded. If you have a reservation, please Call your credit card co. to dispute the charge if any. We have NO CONTROL over this. It must be taken care of individually!!
This is very easy & no one has had any issues at all. Fast and simple.
1/2/19 UPDATE: NO the National Hosts do NOT have the right to cancel any reservations for anyone. NO the National Hosts do not have the right to make reservations for anyone. There is a reason we have privacy laws. We have gotten the word out all over and have been accommodating everyone with 8 hotels. This is nothing new that there are multiple hotels for a National. We are doing the best we can for everyone and working hard at it..
Again please contact me directly if you are having issues….Mark Maron National Meet Chairman
Dear members..the hotels have informed us that many are making 2, 3 & 4 room reservations under 1 name.
PLEASE, we are very limited & ask that you call the hotel and secure each room with a valid name for the reservation your making on each room if this is the case, or give up that room as many are trying to get in and reserve. If the hotel does not have names they will release the additional rooms.
No more than 2 room reservations please…Thank you….
1. The Edward Hotel is CLOSED.
2. The HOST IS NOW SOLD OUT, there will be NO more rooms to be released.
3. Trailer parking as at every meet will be announced as to where, when the registration forms come out in the Jan/Feb MAN. It will be safe patrolled area.
PLEASE Book your rooms at any of the other 7 hotels.
Thank you all.
Model A owners and enthusiasts please join us for two fun days of reliving the 20’s and 30’s. Friday afternoon begins with an enjoyable tour, followed by a complementary welcome reception with Amana hors d’ oeuvres. Saturday’s highlights include a large display of drive-in Model A’s, Women’s Tea, and interesting “how to” and era related topics for everyone. All activities are free.
Information, updates, registration, shirt purchase and contacts can be viewed at www.hawkamodelaclub.org
Hosted by the Shade Tree A’s.
Tour the back roads of Georgia and South Carolina, crossing Lake Thurmond Dam to visit the antique car collection of Henry Jones. Continue to historic Edgefield, South Carolina and walk the town square to view historic markers of Edgefield history. Visit the distillery, wood carver, blacksmith and potters.
Contact Dan Perla, 706-373-5730, Jim McPherson, 706-564-0120, for more information.
A Day for Model A Ford Enthusiasts around the world to all drive their cars on this one day.
Rain date 9/15/2019
Photos may be sent to Bruce Adams .
PATCHES commemorating the day are available for $3.00 each, twenty minimum order. ALL PROFITS GO TO MODEL A YOUTH PROGRAMS OF THE NATIONAL CLUBS.
Check & Mail to Bruce Adams. (631) 261-9811
Box 45 Northport, NY 11768
The 17th Annual Car Show and Swap meet is open to all cars born a Ford. This year we are celebrating the 80th birthday of the Mercury. The show will feature street rods, customs, originals and touring cars. Last year we had 200 entries. Trophies, 50/50, A Big Raffle,and a wonderful venue are just some of the reasons to attend.
Spectator entry is free. This is a nice family oriented show. Our show provides us the ability to give scholarships to the Allan Hancock College Industrial Technology Department.
We hope to see you in Santa Maria. September 14.
Contact information above or write:
PO Box 2983
Santa Maria, CA 93457
Original cars, one of a kind cars, and 20 millionth Model A
Fashion, Food, Seminars, Swap Meet, Hall of Fame Induction
Swap reservations Ken Ehrenhofer (639) 697-3906 or Mark Maron (847) 302-7900
Model A Day Schedule
HOST HOTEL Four Points Sheraton Kalamazoo Sold Out
NOW Taking RESERVATIONS
This contemporary hotel lies off Interstate 94, 1.2 miles from Wings Stadium and 3.4 miles from Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport. The modern rooms have free Wi-Fi and bottled water, plus 32-inch flat-screen TVs, and work areas with desks and ergonomic chairs. Coffeemakers, mini-fridges and microwaves are also provided.Amenities include a American-style pub serving breakfast and dinner, as well as a 24/7 fitness center and an indoor pool. There’s also a free airport shuttle, as well as 7,500 sq. ft of meeting space and a 24/7 business center.
3600 E Cork St Ct, Kalamazoo, MI 49001.
Phone: (269) 385-3922. Mention MAFFI. BOOK NOW!
Or book on line Four Points Sheraton Kalamazoo
Holiday Inn Express Hastings
This contemporary hotel off Route 43, is 1.2 miles’ drive from downtown Hastings, 7.6 miles’ drive from historic Charlton Park and 18.1 miles’ drive from the Gilmore Car Museum. The modern rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels, plus desks, coffeemakers, microwaves and mini-fridges. Kids 19 and under stay free with an adult. Suites add pull-out sofas.Amenities include free hot breakfast, plus fitness and business centers, an indoor pool, a meeting room and free parking. The Holiday Inn has a senior discount, king size non-smoking rooms.
10909 West M43 HWY, Hastings, MI 49058. Phone: 1-(800)-315-2621.
Holiday Inn Express Kalamazoo
Just off of I-94, this straightforward lodging is 5 miles southeast of downtown and 4.5 miles from the Western Michigan University campus. It’s 3.5 miles from the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport and adjacent Air Zoo aviation museum.The Kalamazoo County expo center and fairgrounds are 2 miles away.Standard rooms offer work desks, cable TV and free WiFi. Suites have kitchenettes with microwaves and mini fridges, plus separate living areas with pull-out sofas. Kids 19 and under stay free with an adult.Free hot breakfast is offered daily. Amenities include an indoor pool, fitness room, business center and boardroom. Parking is free.
3630 East Cork Street, Kalamazoo, MI 49001. Phone: (269) 373-0770
1-94 & S. Sprinkle Rd., Kalamazoo 49001
20 King Rooms $115 per night
Full kitchen (no breakfast in hotel) Coffee and fruit will be available Trailer parking
Toni is the contact
MAF (Model A Ford) is the reservation code. Block held until September 7.
3820 South Sprinkle Rd. (269) 381-7000.
10 rooms $90 +tax per night
Contact: Harry the manager
Reservation code: Gilmore Car Museum
Red Roof Inn
3701E. Cork St (269) 382-6350
Room Rate: Veterans, Senior and AAA discounts (ask for your best rate)
No breakfast but hotel is close to Four Points and breakfast can be purchased there.