On Feb. 13, 1962, the Cornhusker Model A Club became incorporated as a non-profit corporation with the State of Nebraska.  The purpose of the group is to promote the restoration, preservation, enjoyment, and legacy of the wonderful automobile known as the Ford Model A, and the truck known as the Ford Model AA manufactured in the years 1928 through 1931.  There was a total manufacture of 5,068,614 of these vehicles worldwide.
Club meetings are held the third Saturday of the month at Fourth Presbyterian Church at 5200 Francis Street in Lincoln.  Meetings start at 7:00 p.m.  Occasionally we begin at a different time due to a special activity, such as a pot luck supper.  The business portion of the meeting usually lasts about 1 hour.  Following the meeting there may be a technical seminar or a presentation on a topic pertaining to Model “A” vehicles, or fashions of the era.
There are currently approximately 81 members in the Cornhusker Club representing 47 families.  Club activities include participation in various parades and car shows.  Quite popular are car displays at assisted living centers and nursing homes.  Club members attend several car tours throughout the year, including the Three Rivers Tour at Sioux City, IA, the Norfolk Tour in Norfolk, NE, Model A Day at the Amana Colonies, and the Central Regional MAFCA Meet.

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