"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.

Cranking Calendar

February 2020

  5th–  Board Meeting

13th–  General Meeting

15th–  Model T Garage

22nd- Club Tour

29th-  Club Breakfast


Swap Meet Flyer

LBMTC Swap Meet Registration Form rev 2

   

      

    

               

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model T Garage

Model T Garage

gaserup

Practical Hands-On Workshops

Engines, Transmissions

and all things Model T’s

February  15th

7:30 AM – 3:00 PM


New Location

Hoist Service 

7601 Anthony Ave

Garden Grove

Club Tour

 

Lyon Air Museum

February 22nd

Depart McDonald’s at 8:00 AM


General Meeting

February 13th

All Saints Church 


February Program 

Michael Klyde

Model A
Restorers Club National Meet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Long Beach Model T Club

P.O. Box15841 Long Beach CA 90815

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Oatman, AZ

The 3 day Tri – State Tour based in Laughlin, Nevada visited the Topock 66 Resort and traveled along the original Mother Road, Route 66.  Pictured is the LBMTC Wild West Tour Gang in the Route 66 gold town of Oatman,...

Start Your Engines 

Thanks to all the Long Beach and Riverside Corona Model T Club members whom participated in the 2nd annual  Pine Car Derby. Those in in the Winners Circle are: 1st Place:  Greg Hill: Model A Pinecar,  2nd Place: Charlie Plessner: Volkswagen Pinecar,  3rd Place:  Andria Myers: The Pink...

Electronic Magneto News

The Magneto News 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...

Howard Genrich,  1925 – 2019

A worldwide ambassador for the Model T Community and a World War II veteran whom fought in the Battle of the Bulge, Howard served his community with pride and his country with honor.  Photo: Howard Genrich and his Model T speedster, Lucky # 7 in 2013 at Scotty’s Castle in Death Valley California....

Swap Meet

Join us at one of the longest running Antique Motorcar swap meets in the west. Saturday, July 18, 2020 at Veterans Stadium in Long Beach. Contact:  Jeff Hood: 562-597-5936. Download the Flyer and Registration form below....