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 $30, 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 2021 Officers

Doug Scott


Lura inherited her parent’s 1930 Coupe in 2004 which I am nearly finished with a complete frame-off restoration. We have since acquired two beautifully restored cars from Ron & Pat Davis that we enjoy very much. Our latest acquisition is a partially restored 1929 Woody which is my next project.

John Crowe

Vice President

John and his wife Jill have been members since 2014.

Joan Gulliksen


Joan and her husband Don have been members since 1987.

Bill Holcomb


Bill and his wife Mary have been members of the DMAFC for 53 years. Bill served as the club secretary in 1995 and has worked at all of the Southwest Swap Meets since the first one in 1968. He has led several tours to locations in Texas and Oklahoma in the 1930 Tudor they have owned since 1990. They have also driven in three MAFCA National Tours. He and Mary have two children and six grandchildren. Bill has a large collection of over 100 books about Texas places and interesting people.