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Published On 4/17/2024
Here is the link for online registration. Mail in forms are also available from this link.
See the Documents Tab: Events section for a description of the program.

https://lmcfhomecoming2024.cornerstonereg.com/
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Published On 4/12/2024
The 11th Annual Lincoln Homecoming will be held August 7 through 11 at Hickory Corners, MI. 
On Thursday there will be a charter bus trip to the R. E. Olds Transportation Museum in Lansing MI.
On Friday, tour the Kellogg Bird Sanctuary and Manor House with lunch included. A private tour of the Bill Parfet automobile collection is offered in the afternoon.  Later that day enjoy a barbecue dinner at the Museum.
An all-Lincoln car show will take place on Saturday. That evening’s dinner will feature Dave Perczak, Director, US Lincoln Sales & Service as the guest speaker.  Participant Choice Awards will be presented following dinner. The Lincoln Motor Company will have a new vehicle product display and representatives on site.
On Sunday, the Lincoln car show continues and LMCF will have both a membership and a Board of Trustees meeting.
For on-line Homecoming registration and Sheraton FourPoints Hotel accomodation links go to www.LincolnCarMuseum.org.
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Published On 2/22/2024
Bill and Dee Kuettel have been hosting the West Coast Lincoln Meet for nearly 30 years. This event is held every year on the Friday before the Pebble Beach Concours d’ Elegance.
To honor Bill’s efforts, a special award was created by our Editor Greg Bilpuch who then sent it out to the West Coast so that it could be presented to Bill. A surprise luncheon was set up to be timed with the Lincoln Owners Club (LOC) President, Bill Wybenga’s trip to the area on February 13th.
Attendees at the lunch were club members Bill Kuettel, Bill and Rita Wybenga, Bob Sohl, Dana Morgan, and Peder and Maria Jorgensen. Bill Kuettel’s friend and chauffeur for the day was Sammy Roye.
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Published On 2/20/2024
SAVE THE DATE of August 8-11, 2024
Plans are in progress to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Lincoln Museums opening.
New tours are planned along with the traditional Friday night auction and dinner. The Saturday car show will feature Lehmann limousines as well as other Lincolns with a final dinner on Saturday night.
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Published On 10/10/2023
On October the 4th we had a very pleasant get together with members and their friends who were in THE HERSHEY area. The minutes and financial records are posted in the Documents section under 2023 Membership Meeting and photos of the dinner and Lincolns at the AACA Hershey meet are posted with the photo Albums.
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Published On 10/10/2023
The Lincoln Owners Club is pleased to announce that Karen Mohn has accepted the position of Club Store Manager, formerly know as 'Special Projects Manager'. She replaces her brother, Perry and father Joe Rogers III who together have looked after mailing out copies of club literature for the past 25 years. The Club Store will be expanded in the near future to include some clothing items. All available items will be listed on the website in due time.
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Published On 8/22/2023
Over 100 people attended and there were over 40 Lincolns on the Show field.
We enjoyed a beautiful summer day for Thursday's tour to Saugatuck and a boat cruise.
Rain threatened on Friday's tour from the Gilmore to the Air Zoo so fewer classic Lincolns participated, the rain held off of course.
Friday night's dinner and auction was well attended and raised significant funds for the museum.
Show Saturday started with rain, just prior to 10AM, and once all the cars were positioned we had another shower followed by wiping down the cars. Around noon a sudden downpour washed the cars once more. With cars now thoroughly cleaned we enjoyed a pleasant afternoon.
You can see the 9 Classic Lincolns that participated, along with some. of the other cars by viewing the 2023 Homecoming Photo Album
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Published On 8/21/2023
Your Club Officers are pleased to announce that for 2024 the membership dues will remain the same as in 2023. Please go to the Membership tab to renew online or to the documents section of a printable renewal form
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Published On 11/26/2022
The roads for the 2023 national meet will lead once again to Hawley, Pennsylvania, where Hank & Pat Antoniolli and Ray Theriault, Meet Co-Chairs, welcomes you once again to Lukan’s Family Farm Resort, one of the Pocono Mountain’s best "family resorts. Lukan’s hosted the 2004 Eastern Steamtown Meet. The entire resort property will be available to us exclusively for the meet. There will be ample trailer parking for all who attend. The Resort has 24 rooms available. So make your hotel reservations EARLY.

A glass enclosed pavilion with fireplace will be open all weekend and where we gather for the early arrivals and where you can pick up your Registration Packets. This is where our social gatherings will be.

An all-inclusive resort, Breakfast and dinner is served daily “family style” in the main Dining Room at 8am for breakfast and 6 pm for dinner. There is a “cash bar” available during dinner service.
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Published On 11/17/2022
Lincoln enthusiasts came from as far away as Norway and Finland—and from throughout the United States and Canada—to celebrate the centennial of Ford Motor Company’s purchase of the Lincoln Motor Company. Although most auto historians know that the Lincoln Motor Company was founded in 1920 to build automobiles, Ford Motor Company chose 2022 to celebrate the brand’s centennial because Ford had acquired Lincoln in February 1922.
The primary celebration took place on August 10 - 14 at the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan but was preceded by optional pre-Homecoming events in Dearborn, Michigan on August 7 - 10. Complete details and photos are in the current issue of The Fork & Blade.
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Published On 11/17/2022
Your 2023 LOC Membership Dues are due now. A notice is included in the current Fork & Blade magazine. Dues may also be paid on the LOCV website. Don't delay--pay today and you won't miss the next issue of the Fork & Blade in 2023.
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Published On 11/30/2021
2022 Dues Renewal form will be included in the Fork & Blade magazine, which will be delivered in early December. Please pay dues promptly, to avoid missing first 2022 issue of the Fork & Blade.
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Published On 8/19/2021
A small number of 1931 Lincoln K parts are available from the Lincoln Motor Car Foundation. The parts were donated by an member who is completing the restoration of his car. Funds from the sale will go to the LMCF Endowment Fund, which ensures the continued operation of the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum.
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Published On 4/3/2021
A complete registry of all extant Lincolns has been underway for several months by two dedicated Lincoln Owners Club members.
Linus Tremaine, who serves as the LOC West Coast vice president, is working on the L Registry, which includes Lincolns built between 1920 and 1930. Kai Laine, the club's European correspondent, is working on the K Registry, which includes the K, KA and KB models built between 1931 and 1939.
The registries will include all known Lincolns, including those not currently owned by LOC members. To that end, Linus and Kai will require the assistance of LOC members. If you're contacted by them please supply them with the information they need.
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