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the "early" Lincolns - 1920 to 1939
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2016 Membership Roster
The 2016 printed edition of our membership roster will be produced this summer and we want the information on our members to be as accurate as possible.  Every time we print one of these we get complaints that it contains inaccurate information.
Log in to your account with your user name and password.  If you have forgotten it, the user name can be sent to the email that you have on file.  Then check to see if all the information in your profile is correct.
If all else fails, you can contact our membership chairman directly by clicking on Rick Parker and asking that he help you.

Ferrum College         Lincolns On The Blue Ridge
    Ferrum College - June 8-12, 2016

Meet Directors David Roycroft and L.D. Arrington, plus the staff of Ferrum College, welcome you to the 2016 LOC and LZOC meet in Ferrum Virginia. This idyllic town, nestled in the heart of the Virginia Blue Ridge offers a perfect backdrop for enjoyment our Lincolns. Nearby, the famed Blue Ridge Parkway is the perfect road for exercising those Lincolns and just a short hop from the College. With classes and graduation completed in early May, we will have the campus and the grounds pretty much to ourselves, from Wednesday June 8th until you leave for home on Sunday, the 12th of June.


The 4 days of festivities planned will not only highlight the beauty of the region, but also offer a spectacular venue in foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwestern Virginia.  The town of Ferrum and the College itself is surrounded by mountains, lakes, rivers and state parks, plus numerous small towns brimming with regional heritage, that will give members of the LOC and LZOC some of the most unique and varied shopping, social, dining and entertainment opportunities of any Lincoln meet in the past 50 years. The 700 acre Ferrum Campus, a private four-year residential college is gorgeously maintained and gives you the feel of a park like atmosphere. Ferrum has easy access to the major metropolitan areas of Roanoke, Virginia (35 miles to the north) or Greensboro, North Carolina (70 miles to the south) via Virginia State Route 40.

For a complete itinerary and the registration form, see the "Documents" tab at the left.

Lincolns in Red Wing, MN
St. James Hotel
St. James Hotel, Red Wing, MN

     The Lincoln Zephyr Owners Club-Central Chapter invites all Lincoln car clubs join them at their Aug. 18-20, 2016 car meet in Red Wing, Minnesota. Red Wing is about 1 hour South of St. Paul, MN along the scenic Mississippi River where traffic isn’t much of a worry.


     Some of us are not members of the Lincoln Zephyr Owners Club-Central Chapter. But that is not a requirement to attend their meet. They have invited  all Lincoln owners from the Lincoln & Continental Owners Club, the Classic Car Club, and the Lincoln Owners Club to join them, with or without a car.


     Their meets are fun, and you meet interesting car people who know a lot about Lincolns. 

The meet will include short driving tours, technical seminars, parts vendors, dinners, a parts auction, and a car show. Some cars are judged and some are for exhibition only. They encourage folks to bring un-restored, partially restored, and modified cars, as well as show cars. They expect a lot of “drivers” – cars that may be original or older restorations that are fun to drive, but do not necessarily score high points in judging.


     A registration form and schedule of events in included in the "Documents" tab to the left, with hotel and cost information. For questions call meet secretary Bruce Nichols (608) 225-5600, or E-mail:


Lobsters and Lighthouses - Huge Success!



Whitehall Inn - Host Hotel
Blessed with sunny weather and temperatures hovering around 70 degrees, about 100 members and friends of the Lincoln Owners Club and the Lincoln and Zephyr Owners Club assembled in the beautiful quaint village of Camden, Maine for the annual Eastern Meet beginning on May 28th.
Despite the remote location away from many of our members the turnout was the largest for the two clubs in many years.  No doubt the early posting of this event as well as the theme of Lobsters and Lighthouses enticed many of us to make the long journey.  The three day event featured a beautiful coastal Maine tour of lighthouses, a schooner trip out of Camden harbor, a visit to a renowned fire engine restoration shop, a wonderful dinner of lobsters and seafood, and the meet itself, held at the Owl's Head Transportation Museum.
Many thanks to Brownie and Dana Carson who hosted this meet and made it special for all of us.  You can follow this link for photos taken on the show field at the Owl's Head Transportation Museum.  This is a set of photos taken during our lighthouse tour.
You will be able to read more about this in the next issue of the Lincoln Owners Club Newsletter which should be published by the end of June.

Fork and Blade Photo Index
Greg Bilpuch has created for us an index of over 1400 photos printed in the Fork and Blade over the period 1995 through 2012.  You can search for any year and body style from this Excel spreadsheet.  Click on the "Documents" tab to the left to view this index.



 Welcome to the new Lincoln Owners Club web site! 


Please take a few moments to browse around and see what we have done.  The old site was developed long ago and served us well but was very difficult to maintain.  Hopefully this will be a vast improvement.


Please consider joining over 450 members from around the world who own or simply have an interest in these grand old Lincolns produced between 1920 and 1939.


Membership is easy and inexpensive.  Joining entitles you to receive our club magazine, the Fork and Blade, which is produced six times a year.  In addition, we print a member's roster annually.  Additional pages on this website are available as well, including an up to date membership directory listing all our members and their automobiles. 


We have several meets each year, often in conjunction with our friends at the Lincoln Zephyr Owners Club. 


Finally, you will have access to our members who are the best resource for information about the history and restoration of these fine automobiles.


You can join online by clicking on "Become a Member!" using any major credit card.  The site is secure so your credit card information is safe.


Or, if you prefer, you can go to the "Documents" tab at the left, and navigate to the application for new membership. You can print it out and mail it with your check.


Eric van den Beemt



Notes on our Web Site


If you are a member you will be able to access the Membership Directory and search for your personal information.  Please check this over for accuracy. Much of this data is old and has not been verified. You will find that you can make changes to your personal information, but not your membership expiration date. 


This site currently has room for only five cars per member and we have some members with more than five cars. We have retained that information and plan to add it to our site when Club Express modifies this part of their program late in 2013. Some of you have second homes that you migrate to in the winter. If this is the case, you may change your address when you move. Don't forget to change it back again so that you continue to receive your Fork and Blade and other communication from us.


Please consider adding an email address. I know many of us are reluctant to put our addresses on the site, but I can tell you that this information is only able to be accessed by current members. We will only use your email address on an occasional basis and will never sell or give our membership information to outsiders without your permission.