6 6:30pm Board Meeting - Johnnies, 2652 W. Britton Rd, OKC (east of May Ave)
18 2:00pm Club Meeting - Will Rogers Garden Center, 3400 NW 36th St, OKC.
Refreshments will be provided by Helene, Cliff & Cathy, Terry & Judy, and drinks by Jim & Gayle
24 9:00am Meet at Blessed Stanley Rother Shrine for a tour of the Shrine located at 700 SE 89th Street in OKC. Lunch afterwards.
Second meeting of the New Year with the change to the third Sunday of the month.
5 6:30pm Board Meeting - Johnnies, 2652 W. Britton Rd, OKC ( east of May Avenue).
16 10:00am St. Patrick's Parade - Stockyards City, OKC
Line - up 9:00am on Exchange Avenue east of Pennsylvania, facing westbound.
17 2:00pm Club Meeting - Will Rogers Garden Center,3400 NW 36th St, OKC.
Refreshments will be provided by Carla, Helene, Bob, and drinks by Jerry.
23 9:00am Tune up Day. Meet at Phil's for Spring Tune Up. This will ONLY be a minor inspection. Oil Changes will not be performed. Phil will be supervising,
but not doing any labor. The address is: 7601 NW 30th, Bethany, OK. We will depart Phil's house at 11:30 for lunch at Swadley"s on Rockwell at 39th Street.
Third meeting of the New Year with the change to the third Sunday of the month.
2 6:30pm Board Meeting - Johnnies, 2652 W. Britton Rd, OKC ( east of May Avenue).
20 Noon 89er Parade - Guthrie. Lineup on Capital Street near Masonic Temple. Theme: Honoring Military Families - Strength, Commitment, Sacrifice.
Lunch afterward to be determined by parade participants.
21 2:00pm Club Meeting - Will Rogers Garden Center,3400 NW 36th St, OKC
Refreshments will be provided by Helene, Kerry & Wanda, Cliff & Cathy, and drinks by Judy.
25 - 28 Spring Tour - Lawton, OK, Home of Geronimo. Call Hampton Inn, 2610 NW Cache Rd for reservations, 580-355-8200. Sooner Model A Club is the code for $119.00 rate.
Fourth meeting of the New Year with the change to the third Sunday of the month.
The Sooner Model A Club is a Non-Profit Club Affiliated With The Model A Ford Club of America
Over 60 Years And Still Rolling!
The Sooner Model A Club of Oklahoma first met as the Oklahoma City Model A Club in 1960. In 1967, we became a charter member of the Model A Ford Club of America under our current name.
Along with hundreds of other Model A Ford Club of America (MAFCA) members, we serve as a community for the exchange of ideas and technical support for hobbyists while assisting members in their efforts to restore and preserve the Model A Ford. This site is one of the ways we have chosen to share what we know about this great car with our members and visitors.
Join us this year as we celebrate our 57th year as a chapter of the Model A Ford Club Of America.
We invite you to join us for our General meetings, which are held on the third Sunday of the month at 2:00 PM. Our meetings are at 3400 N. W. 36th Street in Oklahoma City. This is the Will Rogers Garden Center on the southwest corner of NW 36th and I-44 on the west side of the city.
Celebrating Henry’s Model A Since 1960
In the summer of 1960, seven Ford Model A enthusiasts gathered together in Oklahoma City and started a new organization called the Oklahoma City Model A Club. Later, as their membership grew, they created their club By-Laws and set the foundation for the club we have today. The club first petitioned the newly formed Model A Ford Club of America in 1963, but the lack of membership prevented the charter from being issued. Later in 1967, now with 27 members, the newly renamed club “The Sooner Model A Club” again petitioned MAFCA, and the charter was granted.
Just 5 years later, the club membership grew to over 80 members. This group met in several locations across the city, such as the old Dub Richardson Ford dealership and Woodson Park. As the club grew in a size, larger facilities were sought to accommodate our growing membership. Our current home is at the Will Rogers Garden Center. The first newsletter was published in January 1968. Mailed monthly, it included general club news along with birthdays, anniversaries, recipes, and upcoming activities. Along with these items, technical tips were shared with club members by seasoned and novice Model A mechanics. Typed manually on a typewriter long before the computer age, these first newsletters were quite a task for those early editors. These items are still shared today.