"Long Beach Model T Club"

Founded in Long Beach, California in October 1954, the Long Beach Model T Club is dedicated to preserving and maintaining Model T Ford vehicles of ancient age and historical value. The Club also serves as an accurate and technical source of information concerning such vehicles for the benefit of its members and the general public. Long Beach Model T Club, PO Box 15841, Long Beach, CA 90815

Cranking Calendar

October  2021

3rd: Muckenthaler, 9 AM

6th: BOD Meeting, 7:30 PM

9th: Club Breakfast, 7:30 AM

9th: Model T Garage, 9:00 AM

14th: General Meeting, 7:30 PM

15-17th: Riverside Tour

 

November  2021

 3rd: BOD Meeting, 7:30 PM

 11th: General Meeting, 7:30 PM

13th: Model T Garage, 7:00 AM

 

December 2021

  1st: BOD Meeting, 7:30 PM

12th: Holiday Banquet


General Meeting Location

All Saints Church

346 Termino Ave.

Long Beach, CA 90814

Masks Required


 Holiday Banquet

Sunday, December 12th

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LBMTC Holiday Banquet Flyer

 

 

 

Model T Workshops

Model T Garage

 

gaserup

Practical Hands-On Workshops

Engines, Transmissions

and all things Model T’s

Saturday, October 9th

9:00 AM


Club Tours

 

Club Information

longbeachmodeltclub@gmail.com

Covid 19 Updates

Practice Social Distancing

At All Club Events


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Membership Form

LBMTC 2021 Membership Form

Long Beach Model T Club

P.O. Box15841 Long Beach CA 90815

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1924 Fire Chief Car

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Swap Meet       July 16, 2022

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Club Events

Join us for the next Club event for the day or perhaps a three day overnight adventure. Recent day tours have visited local restaurants, museums and more. Longer tours include travel on wide open roads such as Route 66 visiting historic sites along the way. Photo: Club members motorcars at the 60th Club anniversary event in Huntington Beach,...

Model T Workshop Projects

LBMTC member and University of California Santa Cruz student Robert Craig instructing longtime member Jim Cliff on the proper method to weld a Model T radiator shell. The club welcomes apprentices of all ages to participate in the...

Electronic Magneto News

The clubs Magneto News monthly newsletter in color is now available for members by Email. Just click Electronic Magneto News above, type EMAG in the comment section,  your Name and Email address where noted and submit. The publication will be promptly sent to your inbox monthly. Photo: LBMTC members Bill and Cindy Harris 1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Roadster....

Model T Garage

Get that Model T tuned up for the upcoming events, shows and tours. Drive, push or tow it to the monthly LBMTC Model T Garage workshop and have your motorcar ready to cruise the open road. Photo: Club members working on several motorcar projects at the Model T Garage...

Club Tours

Ready to hit the road? Get your “T” fine tuned and join us on a LBMTC tour in the coming months. Scheduled are single day and overnight tours. Photo: Members and their motorcars in the gold rush town of Oatman, Arizona during the Tri-State...