Capital City Chapter of the FCA in Austin, Texas
This local chapter of the Falcon Club of America (FCA) was established in 1993 to help promote the love of the Ford Falcon in the Austin area. The club celebrated its 25th anniversary by putting on the 2018 Texas Regional in Round Rock April 13-14. We have a photo gallery of most of the cars that participated.
The FCA is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the Falcon and Ranchero automobiles built by the Ford Motor Company from 1960 to 1970. FCA was founded in 1979 and has thousands of members world-wide. FCA holds a national convention every year, and the 40th Annual FCA National Meet will be in Winterpark, Colorado in July 2019.
Capital City meetings are, for the time being, going to be held quarterly. The location and time varies, but we will try to announce meetings on this page at least a week or two in advance. Other meetups will also be announced from time to time.
2019 Texas Regional in Tomball is now in the rearview mirror. Above is Donald Campbell from Louisiana in front of his very, very nice 62 Ranchero that Capital City Chapter selected as their choice for Best of Show. He is holding the custom award we prepared for the event. He also received a club t-shirt and a $50 gift card.