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Willamette Valley Model A Ford Club

ModelA-roadThe purpose of this organization is the preservation, restoration, and maintenance of the Model A Ford automobile, as produced from 1928-1931. The Model A is a historic part of our American heritage, and a landmark in the development of the American motor car. The group provides a forum for the exchange of information, ideas, and parts and is dedicated to the mutual assistance of its members in keeping our cars on the road. The club has traditionally been a touring organization, with the focus being driving the cars, rather than achieving perfection to show car standards.

Monthly Meetings:
First Thursday of each month at 7 PM
Usual meeting place:
Card Room in the Thomas Kay Woolen Mill at Mission Mill
1313 Mill St. SE
Salem, Oregon

For January, July and December locations for 2015, call (503) 856-9675

Guests and new members are welcome. Dues are $10.00 a year, which funds the monthly newsletter.

MARCWVMA MAFCA

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  1. Jim Birken

    I spoke to some of your members last year at the Willamette Heritage Center. I wanted to extend an invitation to participate in our annual Monmouth-Independence Rotary Club Independence Day Grand Parade. This is a two city grand parade in celebration of the 4th of July. We march off at noon in Monmouth at Western Oregon University and it takes about an hour and half to march the parade route. Our web site has links to the downloadable application form.

    email me if you have any questions

    Jim Birken
    Parade Chair

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