Dedicated Model A enthusiasts from across
British Columbia and Washington State!


Please contact Bill Day if you have any ideas for tours. He will gladly help to organize the tours but needs your ideas.
Once decided upon, events and tours will go ahead unless there is a technical requirement – space, management, or facilities. Often, group reservations for admissions or lunch must be made in advance and are dependent on the number of attendees. In this circumstance, there will be clear, enforced requirements for advance registration. Sign-up sheets are available at monthly meetings.
If you cannot attend a meeting to sign up, please advise the tour coordinator if you intend to join the tour.
If you must cancel for any reason, or will be late in arriving at the designated meeting place, please inform the tour coordinator as soon as possible so we can avoid delays
Your consideration is appreciated.
Confirmed 2017 Tours

Sunday September 24 2017
Stanley Park Model A Tour, Horse Drawn carriages, picnic lunch.  Gerry O’Neill Coordinator

  • 10:00 - Meet at Northwest corner of Denman and West Georgia (Harbour Cruise parking lot)
  • 10:15 - Depart in convoy via West Georgia Street to Horse-Drawn Tour Departure Location 
  • 10:30 - Depart on Horse-Drawn Tour for 1 hour
  • 11:30 - Arrive back at Departure Location 
  • 11:45 - Ride around Stanley Park in vintage cars
  • 12:30 - Please bring your own picnic lunch

PLEASE NOTE:  it is very important to confirm that you are registered.

Please contact Al Glen to register or confirm your attendance by Wednesday, September 20th.

Home: 604-594-2768, Cell: 604-367-8987, email: the4glens@hotmail.com


Friday April 14 2017
Good Friday Antique Car Run
Annacis Island / Queensborough / River Road /
Fraser River – Antique Chapter VCCC Vic Bourne.  Contacts =
- Leave 1675 Cliveden Avenue Annacis Island at noon through Queensborough to River Road and scenic drive along the Fraser River to
#6 Road. South and back to the Timmy’s at Cliveden and Carlton Court on Annacis Island. Maps will be provided. This is a good weather event only.

Saturday April 15 2017
Spring Tuneup Day – Bring your baby….
Al Glen’s Shop @ 13815 90th Avenue Surrey BC  10:00am - ~3:00pm.  Bring lunch or $ to share in pizza etc..
Sunday May 14 2017
Mothers Day At The Glades 10:00am – 4:00pm
at Jim Dewolf’s gorgeous multi-acre garden paradise at 561 - 172nd Street
South Surrey BC.
Special Model A parking across the road from the gate.
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Tour to Squamish Railway Museum – Meet in West Van at St. David’s parking lot 09:15, leave 9:30 for a delightful chug up the Sea To Sky, lunch in Squamish. $10.50 admission charge. Don Homer coordinator
June 19-27, 2017
MAFCA North West Regional Gathering Coos Bay Oregon and return – roughly two – three days each way and three days in Coos Bay. Departure from Ben Tillak’s residence Blaine Washington 9672 Terrace Avenue 7:00am sharp. Maps to be distributed at departure time.
Al Glen coordinator
Monday June 19 2017
Nostalgia Visit to Westerleigh Parc Senior Residence
725 22nd Street West Vancouver 12:45 – 3:00 pm. 
Don Homer coordinator

Saturday June 24 2017
South Surrey Run through Crescent Beach to The Glades for lunch at the new, expanded Garden Paradise of Jim DeWolf at 561 - 172nd Street South Surrey. 
Bring your picnic lunch, refreshments, and lawn chairs. Coffee will also be provided.
Meet at Safeway parking lot, 120th. St (Scott Road) & 64th. Ave. North Delta at 11:45 am.
We will depart at 12:00.
Derek Morton coordinator


Saturday July 8, 2017

Second Annual Blenheim Lodge Run and Show, 11:00 – 15:00.
Meeting place: Boston Pizza in Ironwood Mall (Steveston Hwy and Number 5 Road in South Richmond (near the Massey Tunnel))
Meeting time: 11 am for lunch
Run starts: 12:15 pm
Run route: through Steveston, River Road, Kerrisdale, Point Grey, Spanish Banks
Destination: Blenheim Lodge, 3263 Blenheim Street, Vancouver, for a Show-&-Shine from 2 pm to 3 pm for the seniors.
(At the start, we don’t want to leave anyone behind, but we can’t wait too long, so if you are on the list to come but can’t make it, please call Derek’s cell to let him know – 604-671-9840)


Saturday July 22, 2017
Mission Impossible - Mission Mystery Tour - Spend the day us East of Mission!
Meet at Ed and Susan Beye’s house at: 1361 Oriole Avenue Port Coquitlam
Tour leaves at 10:00 AM sharp. If you're running late contact Ed at 604-817-6352.
The tour will be primarily on side/country roads with varied terrain, beautiful views, interesting countryside, one big hill.
Tour will include a pleasant lunch at a high quality pub.
Back to Ed and Susan’s place before 4:00 PM.
Further details to come. Coordinators Ed Beye and Al Glen


Wednesday August 9 2017
Can-Am reliability run up Mount Baker – organized by Washington State Moon-on-A’s.
Click here for flyer

This run is multi-club, sponsored by Washington State Moon-on-A’s.  We expect substantial Canadian participation.  At this time, we have a number of people from LGMAC registered and expect more as the good weather appears to be holding.  We have contacted the Totem and Pacific Clubs and invited them to join us at our meeting spot:

Ben Tillak’s place in Blaine, 9672 Terrace Avenue at 7:20 am sharp, August 9th
(Take Pacific truck crossing, left on H street and just up the hill)

We will leave Ben’s at 7:30 am sharp and convoy over to the official starting place of the run (Rifugio’s Country Italian Cuisine, 5415 Mt. Baker Highway, Deming, Washington).

This is a friendly US/Canadian competition to the 5,000 foot (1,524 meters) level – “Artist Point”.  A, B and C powered vehicles only.  Rain or shine.  Bring Lunch.  There will be coffee, doughnuts, and toilets at Artist Point.  Bring something warm to wear at the top.

Required:  US Forest Service Pass can be purchased on route (or see info below to buy it before the run).

Recommended:  Purchase medical insurance (from BCAA or another supplier) for yourself and your passengers --- just to be safe.  (Hint:  If you are also coming to Monte’s picnic in Bow, Washington, on August 15th, buy the insurance to cover both days.)

It will be a great day.  If you have not yet signed up, please let Derek Morton or Bill Day know by August 6th that you are coming so that we can make any necessary last minute arrangements.

Bill Day: witsend001@gmail.com - cell 604-314-5338, land line 604-263-1594

Derek Morton: 4dModelA@gmail.com - land line 604-940-9468

If you plan to come on this run, you’ll need a National Forest Recreation ePass for the day.
Get one before you go – buy it online. ·
Cost is $5.00 US ·
Avoid the delay on the way up the mountain ·
It takes 5 minutes to purchase online
Go to http://www.discovernw.org/store_national-forest-recreation-epass-national-forests-in-washington-and-oregon-only_20281.html
Fill in the form for the ePass (Choose August 9, 2017)
Buy it with your credit card
Print it (must be printed no later than 2 days after you purchase it)
Keep it and bring it with you on the run. Or, you can purchase one at the Forest office on the way up the mountain. …but save yourself the detour and the time – get one online before the run.

Tuesday August 15 2017

Barbeque at Monte and Dee Robinson’s Farm
8618 Ershig Road, Bow, WA 98232  Phone: 360-757-7926

We gather at Ben and Lily Tillak’s house at 8:40 for refreshments, maps and instructions. 

Leave 9:00 am sharp.
9672 Terrace Avenue Blaine WA 98230
Phone 360-332-1257

Tour Leader: Al Glen
Land Line 604-594-2768
Cell # 604-367-8987

This will be a terrific day – a back road route through Bellingham, the beautiful Chuckanut Drive, smiling farmland at Bow Washington, Monte’s farm, an agricultural tour organized by Monte and Dee, a laid-on barbecue lunch.

If you have not yet registered, please inform Al Glen who will give a final count to Monte and Dee on Sunday August 13.


Sunday August 27, 2017
Three Garages and a Barbeque Lunch 

We assemble at Willowbrook Mall - parking lot behind the White Spot at 9:30am (Corner Fraser Hwy and Willowbrook Drive).  We leave at 10:00am sharp and drive to Gordon Hill’s and then continue to Ken Findlay’s garages and displays; then to Stan Rothstein’s garden, shop and barbecue. 

Coordinator Stan Rothstein.

We have 13 people registered so far – a good turnout.  Those who already have registered should check with Stan if they are bringing a guest.

It is still time to register.  Contact Stan or Bill Day.

Stan’s phone: (604) 576-6329
Stan’s email: rmodela@shaw.ca

Bill’s phone (cell): (604) 314-5338
Bill’s email: witsend001@gmail.com



If you have any ideas or requests, let us know.  We will make arrangements if there is sufficient interest. Remember, our Tours and Events only happen when members want them.  We look forward to hearing from you – talk to Bill Day at 604 263 1594 or witsend001@gmail.com.


Name Tags

We now have the capacity to create attractive new membership badges for meetings, tours and public events. These can include photos of members’ cars and logos of the LGMAC, the Ford logo and national organizations. Charge: $10.00 for full card; $5.00 for basic.

Contact Derek Morton to order:
Phone: 604-940-9468
E-mail: 4dmodela@gmail.com
Or see Derek at one of our meetings.

When ordering please provide the following information:

  1. Member's Full Name
  2. For full card either supply a photo as an attachment to your e-mail or advise if you would like to use the picture in the Photo Gallery of the website, plus the year of your car or truck.
  3. Confirm if you are a MAFCA member to include logo.

Full Card $10.00
Basic Card $5.00

Suggested Tools and Supplies for a Long Model A Trip

Trip Tool List


Lions Gate Model A Club Tour Etiquette

1. Wear your name tag!

2. Please call or email Tour organizer with a few days notice if you are planning to attend or cancel a tour date. This will allow us to have an appropriate number of map/direction packages available for each car; we can notify any sponsors of how many cars to expect; we can make accurate reservations at a restaurant, and we can call you if the tour is cancelled.

3. The tours will be “rain or shine”. In the case of poor “Model A” weather bring your modern car to join in the socialization and fun!

4. Each tour will be discussed in more detail at the club meeting before the event and these details will be posted on the club website.

5. If you don’t have a Model A on the road – bring your modern car and join in the fun!

6. Bring family and/or friends – fill the empty seats, even the rumble seat!

7. Let’s promote our club, our cars, and join in the fun!

8. It is preferable that all members participating in tours meet the group at the intended start point at the assigned time. Instructions and tour packages will be given out at this point.


To download and print a copy, click on the following link. "Tour Etiquette"


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