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Lincoln Owners Club! 

The Lincoln Owners Club is dedicated to the "early" Lincolns. Celebrating models built from 1920-1939 and including model L, K, KA and KB


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


Membership is easy and inexpensive.  Joining entitles you to receive our award-winning club magazine, The Fork and Blade, which is published four times annually.  In addition, we produce a membership directory bi-annually.  Additional pages on this website are available as well, including an up-to-date membership directory listing all our members and their automobiles. 


An annual Lincoln Homecoming is held at the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum in Hickory Corners, Mich. In addition there are regional Lincoln events. 


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.

Members at the 2020 Kuettel Swap Meet


Current News - Updated 10/16/2020

2021 Lincoln Homecoming


If there is a Lincoln Homecoming in 2021 the featured cars will be “Marks Through the Ages”, which will include all Lincoln Continentals, from the first, built in 1939, to the Mark VIII.  Additionally, the last Continentals, built in 2019-20, will be welcome.   

1930 Lincoln Coupe at Kellogg
The 2021 Lincoln Homecoming will be held August 6-8 at the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan, on the campus of the Gilmore Car Museum.

In addition to Lincoln Continentals from all eras, all Lincolns are welcome to participate at the annual Homecoming.

“The Lincoln Homecoming committee has begun working on the itinerary,” said David Schultz, chairman of the LMCF and LOC.  “However, the continued presence of COVID-19 has made all planning tentative.  It’s our hope that the 2021 event will include countryside tours, dinners and a car show.”

Updated information on the 2021 Lincoln Homecoming will be posted here as it becomes available.

2020 Membership Dues are now Past Due:

Non-renewing members will not receive the award-winning Fork & Blade magazine nor will they be listed in the 2020 LOC Member Directory.  If you've not renewed, please do so today.

New Webmaster for Lincoln Owners Club website:

Recently, the Lincoln Owners Club was searching for a Webmaster.  Jon Eugenio of SF, California will be volunteering his time to update content on the Lincoln Owners Club website.  For content updates, please continue to contact David Schultz at (234)521-0974 or

Longtime LOC Member R. A. "Rocky" Romeo Passes at 92:

Rocco A. "Rocky" Romeo of Dearborn, Mich. died on September 6.  His wife, Marlene, preceded him in death one day earlier.  The funeral was held on September 10.  Rocky worked as an engineer at Ford Motor Company for 33 years.  It was a job he loved and a company that he loved. He had many hobbies including clock-making, antique toy collecting and antique automobiles, particularly Lincolns.  His 1933 Lincoln KB convertible coupe was honored at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in 1996.  His 1948 Lincoln Continental cabriolet is currently on display in the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum.  An active supporter of the Lincoln Motor Car Foundation, he recently donated all of his Lincoln memorabilia and publications to the LMCF.

2020 Lincoln Homecoming Cancelled due to COVID-19 Virus:

The impact and uncertainty of the COVID-19 virus has forced cancellation of the 2020 Lincoln Homecoming, which would have celebrated the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Lincoln Motor Company in 1920.

As many Lincoln enthusiasts know, automotive events—nationally, regionally and locally—have been cancelled or postponed.  
Although we initially received strong registrations for this year’s event, those have tapered off in recent weeks as concern over the COVID-19 virus deepened. The Lincoln Motor Car Foundation Homecoming committee made this decision now because it did not wish to jeopardize the health of attendees and because it did not wish to hold a less-than-stellar event.  There is also the issue of financial exposure for the Foundation.

"This decision was made after long and thoughtful discussion by the leadership of the LMCF Homecoming Committee, which included our host club, the Lincoln and Continental Owners Club,” said David Schultz, LMCF Chairman.  “All of us were looking forward to the centennial celebration."

Refunds will be issued for reservations made for the 2020 Lincoln Homecoming.  Attendees are personally responsible for cancelling their hotel reservations.

Looking ahead, the Foundation will celebrate the Lincoln centennial in 2022, when the Ford Motor Company and its Lincoln Motor Company division celebrate Ford Motor Company’s acquisiti
on of Lincoln in February 1922.  The 2021 Lincoln Homecoming will highlight the Continental Mark II.

For more information, please see the Heritage Museum's post at:

Lincoln Motor Company Centennial:  1920 - 2020:

The centennial of the Lincoln Motor Company will be celebrated in August 2020 with a special Lincoln Centennial Homecoming at the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum & Research Center in Hickory Corners, Michigan.   The celebration at Hickory Corners will be preceded by events in Dearborn, Michigan.  Watch this web site as well as the club magazine, The Fork & Blade, for updated details.

In Memorium, They shall be remembered:

Sadly, the Lincoln Owners Club has lost several long-time members in recent months.

Jack LeVan of Los Angeles, California

Jim Lamont of Barrie, Ontario, who served for many years as LOC treasurer. He is survived by Cathy.

Dick Kughn of Dearborn, Michigan.  His wife, Linda, died several years ago.

Byron "Barney" Olsen of St. Paul, Minnesota, a regular contributor to The Fork & Blade.  He is survived by his wife, Alis.

Robert Hanson of North Potomac, Maryland.


Lincoln L Database Project still continues:

A database of all surviving Model L Lincolns is being compiled by LOC member Linus Tremaine of California, who also serves as the club's West Coast Vice President.  Linus's goal is to record information on all surviving L Lincolns, whether or not they are owned by LOC members.  Some of these cars have "gone missing," while others are still being discovered.  If you know of a Lincoln that's not in the LOC data base please contact Linus at