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
This year we have space for 100 plus vendors and have included the early VB’s as well.
It should be great time.
Food and Beverage Available!!! by”ArchiesDogHouse”
Vendor Space : $1!0 for each 8′ X 18′ SPACE
Vendor move in begins Saturday at 7:30 A.M.
Click here for full vendor information.
Hosted by the Mile High Chapter of the Model T Ford Club of America
Western New York’s LARGEST Indoor Meet
Over 250 vendor spaces
Hosted by Model “A” Restorer’s – Niagara Frontier Region
Hosted by the Central Alabama Model “A” Ford Club, Oxford, Alabama
On Friday you will be able to tour the newly expanded Barber museum and take an orientation lap on the outer speedway road.
Saturday laps on the fastest Speedway in the country “The Talladega Super Speedway”.
Near Birmingham, AL
Contact: Gerald Grizzard 1709-G Hillyer Robinson Pkwy S, Oxford, AL 36203, email: email@example.com (256) 310-6463
or Paul M Majerick firstname.lastname@example.org
More information will be posted when available.
Take a brake at Swan Lake.
Visit the beautiful countryside of Indiana’s heartland at Swan Lake Resort and U.S. Golf Academy at 5203 Plymouth-LaPorte Trail in Plymouth. Located 70 miles from Chicago and Fort Wayne, it is centrally located for Model A Regions throughout the USA. It is near many attractions: the Amish shops of Rentown, Goshen and Shipshewana, the Studebaker Museum, Notre Dame University, and the South Bend Chocolate Factory and Museum.
Early reservations are recommended.
The national seminars feature:
JSC area: 3 cooling JSC
Pretty purses in Plymouth: handbags in the model a era by the fashion committee (fashion swap meet to follow)
Touring class primer, presented by the touring class committee
Your host will present:
History of Ford’s aviation enterprises by Jerry Pearson
War on rust; prevention and elimination by the Eastwood Co.
Powder coating; getting professional results at home by the Eastwood Co.
Ladies tea; Amish quilts making traditions past & present from Shipshewana in.
Men’s era fashion and swap meet
Click her for meet registration form. Please note change in Banquet selections.
Swan Lake Host Hotel Full
ACCOMMODATIONS INCLUDE DELUXE ROOMS, SUITES, LOG CABINS, COTTAGES, FAIRWAY VILLAS, FAIRWAY HOUSES AND RV HOOKUPS. PRICES START AT $99 PER DAY+ TAXES, AND INCLUDE A BREAKFAST BUFFET. TEE TIMES ARE AVAILABLE AT A REDUCED RATE.
RESERVATIONS, PHONE 800-935-5616 AND MENTION “MODEL A GROUP”.
Days Inn (574) 914-4623 2229 North Michigan St, Plymouth, Indiana 46563 7.1 Miles
Super 8 (574) 914-4851 2160 North Oak Drive, Plymouth, Indiana 46563 6.2 Miles
For more information about Swan Lake, visit swanlakeresort.com and take the virtual tour.
CAR PARTS, COLLECTIBLES, NEW PARTS VENDORS, MODEL “A” CAR DISPLAY
APRIL 24, 2018. COLUMBUS, IN
58th Annual Model A Swap Meet sponsored by the Columbus Region – MARC and MAFCA – Model A Club at the Bartholomew County 4-H Fairgrounds at State Rd 11 and County Rd 200 South. Inside spaces 10×10 $10. Table rental $2 each. Food and beverages available. Model A Ford cars on display.
(Open for unloading and setup at 6:00 am)
For more information see contact information above or Larry Morlock, 3407 Woodland Place, Columbus, IN 47203.
Near Trexlertown, PA (Located a short drive from Rt 78 and Rt 222 )
Pin Striping by Jim Brand
Paved Parking for Show Cars
Rain or Shine
Swap meet spots are a $10 Donation • RSVP your swap space or your club space for the day: 484.548.0632 or email@example.com
Model A / AA & Early Ford Parts Only
NO household items • NO dolls • NO modern tools • NO modern toys
An associated car club is not required for show. Interest in Model ‘A’ Fords recommended.
Hosted by the Lehigh Valley Model A Club and the Goodwill Volunteer Fire Company
HELP US CELEBRATE MODEL A YOUTH MONTH THIS MAY
Since the 1950s and 60s, the Model A hobby hasn’t been exactly overwhelmed with young folks. Well, sir, the Model A Youth Restoration Award program is trying to correct that. We are looking to expose as many kids to the Model A Ford as possible, around the country and abroad. We feel that the Model A experience can still appeal to today’s youth IF they are exposed to it.
With the support of both national organizations – MARC and MAFCA – we are declaring May 2022 as the inaugural Model A Youth month and we ask ALL clubs to do an event that focuses on children and teens but encourage mom and dad to attend, too. The experience needs to be sensual to appeal to them – the kids need to hear, smell, see and touch the cars. The automobiles need to be in context historically – in many cases as cars their great or great- great grandparents may have driven in an era when a new car cost as little as under $400 (but 64% of the population made under $5,000 per year!) And the vehicles should be presented as functioning cars and trucks, not museum pieces.
So, let’s get our cars out to where the kids are: to the schools; youth groups (Boy and Girl Scouts, Police Athletic Leagues, 4-H, FAA, Boys and Girls Clubs, and church or temple associated youth groups.) Tie in your local Ford dealership or a business celebrating nearly a century in business. Don’t be shy about local car shows or Cars and Coffee. Check with your local community museum and set up a “show and tell” with them.
Please check our website for more ideas and resources for Model A Youth month. Click here.