Fairlane Club of America
If you are looking for a National Fairlane Club to join, this is the one.
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Philosophy: FCA is dedicated to the preservation, restoration and enjoyment of 1962-76
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Fairlane/Torino cars and Mercury equivalents. We show no favoritism or prejudice between
driver cars, modified cars, original cars, restored cars, or concours cars. All are equally
welcomed and appreciated. The majority of Fairlane/Torino owners modify their cars in some
way to accommodate their personal tastes. These cars were meant to be driven and most are.
We are very laid back and enjoy sharing the experience we have with our cars with other club
Membership: Membership has grown from about 25 when the club was first formed, to over
3,200 today. Membership is nicely distributed among all car group divisions represented in the
Members reside in every state in the U.S., and numerous foreign countries as well.
have international members from Australia, Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, England, Finland,
Holland, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Norway, Scotland, and
Dues: Yearly club dues vary for U.S., Canada, and overseas members visit the
FCA web site for current dues information.
Membership dues fully support
all club activities. FCA accepts no paid commercial advertising.
National Meet: Once each year FCA holds a National Meet. In the past National Meets have
been held in Carlisle, PA; Charlotte, NC; Tulsa, OK; Loveland, CO; Indianapolis., IN;
Hickory, NC; St. Louis, MO; Sacramento, CA; Columbus, OH; Hagerstown, MD; Dearborn,
MI; Kingsport, TN; and Flagstaff, AZ. As you can see, we move our National Meet to a
different location each year in hopes of accommodating more club members.
Our next National Meet (2002) will be in St. Louis, Missouri. For 2003, we are exploring
possibility of a New England meet.
Judging at these meets is done by the participants, except in the Concours (restored) and
Original (unrestored) classes. These two categories are judged by class experts. Normally,
100-150 cars are registered at a National Meet.
Mini-Meets: Our club encourages local Mini-Meets which are hosted by Fairlane Club
members. Often these events are held in conjunction with other clubs’ meets. We have found
Mustang clubs to be very cordial in inviting Fairlanes/Torinos to their shows. If there is not a
FCA Mini-Meet in your area, it is only because a member willing to host one has not yet come
forward. For the current Mini-Meet schedule, click here.
Organization: FCA is a non-profit organization incorporated under the laws of the State of
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