Club Mailing Address:

George Washington Chapter, Inc.
3903 Old Lee Highway
Fairfax, VA 22030

We are one club representing Metro Washington, DC

Ownership of a Model A Ford is not a requirement for membership. If you are interested in Model As, or want to learn more about them and what the club has to offer, please come to a meeting or event, and introduce yourself to a member. They will put you in contact with the membership chairman or other officer, who will answer your questions and hopefully make you feel at home. You can also obtain the email addresses for all the officers by clicking on the Officers menu option on the left and email questions to them.


Presidents Photo
Jim Gray, President
Welcome all Model A Ford enthusiasts to our web site! Our members from Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia take great pride in our club and in hosting this site to celebrate the Model A Ford. Our club sponsors a magnificent vintage car show at the Sully Historic Site on Father's Day each year; participates in national and local parades and shows; enjoys picnics and tours; and enjoys presentations at our monthly meetings focused on the Model A and its era. You don't need to own a Model A to join us; all you need is an interest in the car and its impact on history. Come see why we enjoy driving our 40 horsepower vintage Model As along the highways and byways of the modern world.

Come enjoy the car that "Made a Lady out of Lizzie."

2016 Trip to the Model A Ford Museum

Plan now to join other GW Model A Club Members on a trip the museum. Full details are included in the flyer which can be viewed/printed HERE

August 19 -22, 2016 -- A Modern Car Caravan from DC to Hickory Corners, Michigan to see all the sites and more! Don't miss out!

A Fall Picnic

Thomas and Gayle Delashmutt, the proprietors of Oak Hill - the Presidential Estate of James Monroe in Aldie, VA - have invited the members of both the George Washington Model 'A' Club and the Greater Baltimore Club to host a joint fall picnic on the estate grounds and to participate in a private tour of the mansion and its gardens. Oak Hill was commenced in 1820 by James Monroe during his second term in office on 2,000 acres which he inherited from his uncle in 1808. It was designed by James Hoban, architect for the White House. Architectural advice and input came from his friend Thomas Jefferson and the mansion incorporates marble pieces sent from France by the Marquis de Lafayette in thanks for Monroe's effort's to protect his wife during the French revolution. Oak Hill is the only presidential estate of the Revolutionary Era still in private hands, was left largely untouched by occupying troops during the Civil War and is rarely open to the public. The picnic and entertainment will be hosted by the George Washington Chapter at the superintendent's house on the estate with walks through the gardens and mansion from there. Date is Sunday, October 23rd with a rain date of Sunday October 30th . More to follow on this at the end of the summer, but mark your calendars now!

2016 Memorial Day Parade GWC Cars

2015 Cherry Blossom Parade GWC Cars