About Us

"Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success."
-- Henry Ford

The Dallas Model A Ford Club, Inc. is a for profit corporation of Texas and a chapter of the Model A Ford Club of America, Inc. (MAFCA), a national historical society dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the Model A Ford automobile as manufactured from 1928 through 1931. The club is also a region of the Model A Restorers Club (MARC).

The Dallas Model A Ford Club dues are $25, which includes a monthly digital issue of The Quail Tale sent to your e-mail address. For an additional $40, a printed edition will be mailed to your home. And for an additional $6, your Membership Roster will be mailed to you.

Club membership is required in the national clubs to maintain our official affiliation. The officers and board members urge every member to join both national clubs or at least one. Applications for national membership are in the back of the Club Roster.

Possession of a Model A Ford is not required for membership; only your interest and participation. Meetings are usually held on the second Sunday of the first eleven months. For information about specific meetings, please contact us.

Meet our 2022 Officers

John Crowe


John and his wife Jill have been members since 2014, serving in multiple positions. His first was a 1929 Coupe with a rumble seat, which he took to the top of Mt Evans. When blessed with grandkids, he added a 1931 SW Fordor, so that they could carry more people on the road.

Cortlin LaBlank

Vice President

Cort and his wife Ashley are originally from Missouri and grew up around antique cars. Ashley inherited her fathers 1929 Town Sedan and it has since been restored. Since then they have purchased a 1928 Huckster that Ashley uses for her florist business and a 1929 Phaeton.

Wanda Rice


Dell and I joined the club in 2002. We have a 1931 Fordor that my great-grandfather bought new. I love to see faces light up when they see our old car drive by. I’m looking forward to making more memories down the road.

Doug Scott


Ever since my days in college, I’ve enjoyed history. With the Model A hobby, I have the opportunity to preserve history by refurbishing and maintaining Ford Model A vehicles. We started with a total frame-off restoration of a 1930 Coupe which Lura inherited. We have acquired two beautifully restored cars from Ron & Pat Davis that we enjoy very much. My current project is a frame-off restoration of a 1929 Station Wagon. Club members have taught me much about this hobby and many of them have become friends.