Welcome to the Brazos Valley A's web site. We are a vintage Ford Model A club located in Bryan-College Station, Texas. Our organization members seek to preserve the heritage of the Ford Model A, and have fun while doing so! Come join us and learn about the unique Model A vintage car, discover a few tips about maintenance and drive the country roads with us.
The purpose for the Brazos Valley A's vintage Model A club is to serve as a medium of exchange of ideas, information and parts for admirers of the Model A Ford automobile, and to aid them in their efforts to restore and preserve the car in its original likeness.
A parallel purpose for the Brazos Valley A's vintage Model A club of Texas is to help Model A owners become better acquainted, and encourage among its members the spirit of good fellowship, sociality and fair play through sponsored fun activities that include the use of the Model A Fords in family participation.
Read our by-laws for more information about the Texas based Brazos Valley A's.
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 by-laws. 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 on-line application.
Did you turn Bob's truck lights off and on in the photo at the top of the page? Slide your mouse (don't click) over the lights and then slide your mouse outside the photo. The lights on his 1931 Model A pickup should turn off and on.