Lehigh Valley Thunderbird Club History and Mission
Our club was formed to unite owners and enthusiasts of this exciting automobile. Our members enjoy exchanging technical information, sharing experiences, and establishing lasting friendships with each other. Club activities include monthly meetings and regularly scheduled get-togethers for everyone’s enjoyment. The Ford Thunderbird, from its introduction in 1955 to the final production year of 2005 has been an icon of American automobile manufacturing – and still “catches the eye” of anyone lucky enough to spot one on the road. The Lehigh Valley Thunderbird Club is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of these fine vehicles.
The Lehigh Valley Thunderbird Club was founded in 1973 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration, preservation, and promotion of the Thunderbird and is an affiliate of the Vintage Thunderbird Club International.
The mission of the club is for members to establish new friendships, participate in activities, exchange technical information regarding restoration, preservation, and promotion of the Thunderbird – and to provide financial support to various community charities.