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Welcome to the official site of the Wisconsin Chapter of the Model A Ford Club of America (MAFCA). With close to 200 families, we are among the largest and also the oldest Model A club in the United States. We have celebrated our chapter's 60th birthday recently.
From April through October we take our 1928-1931 Ford Model A’s on day trips and weekend driving tours to visit places of interest, we participate in parades, we participate in a statewide Model A rally in Wisconsin Rapids, and we hold an annual picnic in August.
During the colder months of the year we meet monthly indoors, host an annual banquet, and hold evening technical meets, in which members gather to learn about repairing, operating, and restoring Model A’s. These classic cars are still so popular that reproduction parts are still readily available at reasonable prices.
Most club members live in southeastern Wisconsin and own a Model A, but neither is a requirement to join. All members are welcome to participate in any activity regardless whether they attend in a Model A or a “modern” car.
Yearly membership is based on your selection of delivery method of the "Wheeling the A" ,our award-winning monthly club newsletter. Emailed at $20 or Postal mail at $40 per year. We are a chapter of the national Model A Ford Club of America, the nation’s largest Model A club. Membership in the national organization is a separate charge and is recommended.
For a Wisconsin Chapter membership application, click here.
Our calendar of events is available so please check the "NEWS" tab above for the latest " Wheeing the A" our official newsletter.
Please note we have updated our website. Please find us at our new location: , click here www.WIChaptermafca.com**If you would like any pictures from this site please copy and save them to your computer as they will no longer be accessible once this site is removed.
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