Tin Lizzies of Albuquerque was founded in 1979 with the mission to encourage the acquisition, preservation, restoration, driving, and enjoyment of Model T Fords. We also promote good will and fellowship among our members and our community.
The Tin Lizzies of Albuquerque is a chapter of the Model T Ford Club of America
Ownership of a Model T is not a requirement!
What does this mean?
We have a lot of fun! There are lots of activities going on all year long. We have active participants and/or committees for touring (short and long), monthly meetings, newsletters, Model T safety inspections, hospitality, parades, T’n Vittles, Rubber Chicken, raffle prizes, holiday get togethers, classified ads, club items (caps, t-shirts, patches, etc), car council, photos, club officers and board members, telephoning, and other Model T-related activities.
This is a video that Paul and Marilyn Duncan put together showing the highlights of the Walter Rosenthal Award presentation at the Dallas, TX 48th annual MTFCA Business Meeting.
This video features highlights from the Tin Lizzies 2012 Christmas parade.
This video shows the official drawing for the Model T Engine No. 1 by the Tin Lizzies of Albuquerque that took place at the historic Plaza Hotel in Las Vegas, New Mexico on August 25, 2012.
This video shows the official drawing for the Model T Engine No. 2 by the Tin Lizzies of Albuquerque that took place on September 8, 2012 in Corrales, New Mexico at the Azevedo Model T garage.
This video shows drivers from the Tin Lizzies of Albuquerque parking Model Ts around the town plaza in Las Vegas, New Mexico.