(April 2017) Each year at the National Meet the membership elects a new member of the Board of Directors. The By-laws require that a candidate must: (i) be at least 21, (ii) be in good standing with the FCA, (iii) have attended 3 of the last 5 National Meets, and (iv) not be a commercial vendor.
The Board, President and Vice President would like for you to consider running for election as a Director. In addition to the foregoing requirements, a candidate should be able to attend monthly Board meetings via Skype and be able to spend several hours a month on Board/FCA matters. The Board of Directors is responsible for the overall management and affairs of the club, and new and diverse members would assist the Board in performing its important duties.
Thanks for your consideration of this request.
(April 2017) On behalf of the Jim Hatcher Family, the following Founder’s Award has been approved by the FCA Board of Directors:
“In memory of our founder, Roy E. Sword, a Founder’s Award will be presented at the banquets of future Annual National Meets. This will not be a judged class. A plaque will be given to a car that a Sword Family Member(s) in attendance feel Roy would have been especially fond of. This award will be sponsored by the Jim Hatcher Family.”
is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the FALCON and FALCON RANCHERO automobiles built by the Ford Motor Company from 1960 to 1970. FCA was founded in 1979 and has thousands of members world-wide. For $30 a year ($35 in U.S. funds for International North America Membership, $45 in U.S. funds for International Off Shore Membership), members receive a color monthly magazine with tips, articles about the FCA and Falcon-related events, as well as an extensive classified section. The club also organizes regional chapters and events, a club store, and other member benefits.