Welcome to the
Cape Henry Model A Ford Club
Established in 1978, the Cape Henry Model “A” Ford Club is dedicated to the restoration, preservation, and display of the Model “A” and “AA” Fords, manufactured between 1928 and 1931. For its 130-plus members, residing in Virginia and North Carolina, the club serves as a medium for the exchange of ideas and information and provides a ready source of assistance for those who seek to restore and preserve their vehicle in its original likeness. The club unites people who share a common interest in the Model ‘A’ Ford and promotes fellowship by encouraging family participation in a variety of sponsored activities that center around these unique icons of the past.
The club actively participates in community events such as parades, festivals, and other activities where the appearance of antique vehicles is appropriate and will enhance the event. Each year we appear in more than fifteen parades ranging from Nags Head, North Carolina to Urbanna, Virginia.
The club has sponsored extended tours where we have driven our cars to attend national meets in Florida, Michigan, Ohio, and many locations in between. Each summer we conduct tours of the region that may include the exploration of the back roads of North Carolina, a visit to Walton’s Mountain, or attendance at a Bluegrass Festival along the Blue Ridge Parkway.
The club is affiliated with two national organizations; the Model A Restorers Club and the Model A Ford Club of America. These clubs unite us with similar groups throughout the country and provide a continuing program of historical research to establish accurate standards for the restoration of the Model “A”