The goals of the Southern Nevada Model T Club are to promote The Model T Ford; to promote The Preservation and Restoration of This National Treasure; to Provide Information and Assistance to All Interested People.
The Southern Nevada Model T Club is a charter member of the Model T Ford Club of America.
Give Us a Call
Southern Nevada Model T Club
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Ron Custer (702) 460-4474
Tom Collins (817) 689-5750
Check out our member's photo gallery for some of the automobiles that SNMTC members have driven and maintained over the years. They represent an enjoyable and important historical statement reaching cars before and after the Model T Ford.
The Southern Nevada Model T Club members meet on the Second Tuesday of each month at Winchell's Pub & Grill. 199 E. Warm Springs Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89119.
Join us for dinner at 6PM followed by our meeting from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM. We encourage our members to attend:
For more information, please call
The Southern Nevada Model T Club members meet for a touring event each Saturday morning. Meet us at the Vickie's Diner
953 E Sahara Ave Suite A-2, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Check out the club calendar for updates
Gathering between 7:30-8:00AM
Tours are lots of fun and are very safe. Bring your “T” out and come along. Please take a minute to review our Tour T Etiquette Guide.
The Southern Nevada Model T Club welcome members of all ages. Club membership does not require you have a Model T, only a desire and common interest.
Annual membership & renewal is
$30.00 per family.
Membership in the National Model T Club of America is not required to join SNMTC.
All persons interested in Model T Fords are encouraged to become members of the Model T Ford Club of America. Ownership of a Model T Ford is not a requirement.
Annual dues are $50.00 for members,
Memberships benefits which includes their excellent bi-monthly publication, The Vintage Ford magazine.
The Ford Model T is an automobile produced by Ford Motor Company from October 1, 1908, to May 26, 1927. It is generally regarded as the first affordable automobile, the car that opened travel to the common middle-class American.
In the early 1900's, the average wage was $50.00 per month.