BRAZOS VALLEY A's
Model A Club
The Brazos Valley A's Model A Club was organized to bring together Model A enthusiasts to plan and participate in club activities, learn about car maintenance, and enjoy fellowship with others. This organization places an emphasis on touring and the enjoyment of driving these wonderful cars.
Driving the back roads in a Model A with family or friends, enjoying the landscape, and then stopping to eat at a small restaurant can't be beat! Family participation is encouraged to teach young children to appreciate these wonderful vintage cars, and, hopefully, want to continue the tradition of owning a Model A.
Read our bylaws for more information about the Brazos Valley A's.
The Brazos Valley A's meet on the second Sunday of each month at 1:00 P.M. at C&J Barbeque, 1010 S. Texas Avenue, in Bryan.
Meeting dates may be found on the calendar tab of this website.
There is plenty of room to park your Model A, so hop in the car and drive it to the meeting.
If you are interested in joining The Brazos Valley A's, which is located in Bryan-College Station, Texas, complete the membership form, which is located on the Join tab of this website. Family membership dues are just $10 per year.
Please make checks payable to The Brazos Valley A's and mail it to the following address:
The Brazos Valley A's
c/o Vilas Motor Works
901 S. Texas Av.
Bryan, TX 77803
Brazos Valley A's vintage Model A club of Texas is a chapter of the Model A Ford Club of America, and we follow their bylaws. The Model A Ford Club of America is a national historical society dedicated to the restoration and preservation of Model A Ford vehicles as manufactured from 1928 through 1931. Look at their calendar for touring opportunities throughout the year.
For those living in the United States, dues for the Model A Ford Club of America are $40.00 per year and your membership includes a subscription to The Restorer magazine. To join, complete their application. MAFCA application
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