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

Please contact Gerry Allen 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 requirements for advance registration. Sign-up sheets are available at monthly meetings.

If you cannot attend a meeting to sign up, please advise Gerry 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 Gerry or the tour coordinator as soon as possible so we can avoid delays

For your reference, and as a reminder for those who have signed up, sign-up lists are posted in the members area.
Your consideration is appreciated.

Please review and follow the Tour Rules and Guidelines below to ensure we all have an enjoyable time on the tour.

Planned Tours and Events for 2021

We are hoping to have some tours organized as soon as the pandemic restrictions on group gatherings are relaxed.
Our tour director would like to do some preliminary planning so we can get these underway with minimal extra work, and would welcome any tour ideas from our members. Please contact Gerry Allen with any ideas.


Friday September 10th. Tour to Alouette Lake

Meet at the MacDonalds Restaurant at Lougheed and Harris Road in Pitt Meadows at 10:00am, leaving the parking lot at 10:30 sharp.
We will drive about 30 minutes along the backroads of Maple Ridge to Golden Ears Park where we can enjoy lunch at the picnic grounds.
There are plenty of picnic tables so just bring your lunch. We have been notified by the park rangers that day passes should not be necessary as it should not be very busy on a weekday.
Click on the following link for full driving directions Alouette Lake Tour
If the weather forces cancellation, we will have the tour the following week.
Sign-up not necessary for this tour

Tour Leader Keith Meadows: cell 778 237-9008


Friday August 20th. Tour to Blenheim Lodge

Including a short run, a picnic-in-the-park, and a brief “Show’n’Shine” for the seniors at Blenheim Lodge Care Home.

Meet at 10:30 am at the Ironwood Mall in front of McDonald’s (11666 Steveston Hwy, Richmond – near No. 5 Road)
We leave the Mall at 11:00 am for a scenic drive along the South Fraser River dyke, through historic Steveston village, past YVR, and in front of the mansions of SW Marine Drive in Vancouver.
We will stop at Maple Grove Park on SW Marine Drive for a picnic at noon (bring your lunch and lawn chair).
Then we circle the UBC campus along Marine Drive to arrive at Blenheim Lodge for a “Show’n’Shine” from 2:00 to 3:00 pm for the seniors (refreshments provided).
We missed last year because of COVID-19 rules, but previous times have been a big hit for the Lodge residents to reminisce and admire our cars. Plan to bring your Model A to this event!


Saturday August 7th. Tech Session

Time: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Location: Scot & Cheryl McGillivray's shop, 135 - 224th Street, South Langley
Will cover brake adjustment, flow testing a carburetor, greasing, timing, etc.
Pizza and Pop will be provided with a small donation. Bring a lawn chair to sit outside and watch the airshow too.
Bring your Model A or just come to learn and/or help out


July 13, 2021

Burnaby Central Railway Visit 11:00 am - 2:00pm
Located at Confederation Park, 120 North Willingdon Avenue – Burnaby
Meet at Burnaby Village Museum parking lot at 10:00am and follow as a group to the park (those coming from the North Shore may wish to meet at an alternate location or drive directly to the park).
Bring your own lunch - a barbeque will be available if you wish to bring something to cook.
The park will not be open to the public and the consession stand will not be open.
The visit will include rides on the trains and a tour of the locomotive shops.
The railway itself is composed of about 6 kilometres of track, two tunnels, bridges and trestles.  There are 32 passenger cars in the fleet pulled by steam, electric and gasoline locomotives.  The railway is in its 28th year at this park. 
The society itself dates to the Model A era having been founded on October 28, 1929. 
Click on the following link for more information Burnaby Central Railway Visit
Tour coordinator and host Brian Carlson


June 19th, 2021 (note revised date)

Scot and Cheryl McGillivray have invited the club for a "meet and greet" at their property in South Langley, Saturday June 19th. 10:30 am - 2:30 pm.
Their address is 135 - 224th Street, Langley. Bring your own lunch, refreshments and lawn chairs.
There is no sign-up for this event, just come and join the group.

For those wishing to drive there with others, please meet at Al Glen's house by 10:00 am. - 13815 - 90th. Ave. Surrey

This event is subject to the Provincial Health rules on group social gatherings.


June 19th, 2021

Visit residents of Westerleigh Parc Seniors Care Facility, 725 - 22nd. St. West Vancouver. 1:30 - 3:30pm

Contact Don Homer for more information.






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 Rules and Guidelines

Updated LGMAC Tour Rules and Guidelines and a Tour Leader Checklist have now been created. Click on the following links to view and print copies.

LGMAC Tour Rules and Guidelines

LGMAC Tour Leader Checklist


Interested in visiting the Lemay Family Auto collection in Marymount? - click on link below for half price tickets.
(this is not the new museum in Tacoma)


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