Ford Model T's were produced from 1908 to 1927. They became known as the "Universal Automobile". Our club and others like it are determined to keep this historic automobile around for all to see and enjoy!
The Houston Chapter “Space City T’s” was established in the middle 1970’s. That means the club has existed for 40+ years. Model T enthusiast have maintained, restored, and driven Model T’s for 100+ years. We accept everyone...
The Houston Chapter "Space City T's' membership consists of 102 families. Of which 24 have lifetime memberships. Our Model T's are used in movies, parades, fund raisers, car shows, and member or club sponsored TOURS!
Cars & Coffee We are hosting a monthly Cars & Coffee on the 3rd Saturday of every month at Generation Park’s Redemption Square. I was wondering if your car club would be interested in participating? Our first event had 130 cars in attendance and we’d love to continue to grow it. Here are directions to Redemption Square. The nextRead More
KSHJ Family Listener Appreciation Party Mini car show for radio station event Hello, I am an intern for the AM 1430 KSHJ radio station here in Houston and I am working on planning our annual 2018 listener appreciation event. New to this year’s event, we are putting on a mini car show (approximately 4 cars).Read More
Schulenburg/Dubina tour: Saturday, we arrived for lunch at the Oakridge Smokehouse, and then we visited the Czech Polka Festival in Schulenburg. Sunday, we visited the painted church in Dubina, Texas and enjoyed the car show/static display and food. The Schulenburg Holiday Inn Express Hotel was the host hotel. The tour leaders were Bobby & RebeccaRead More
Please join us at the Alvin Rotary Club, Frontier Day, Car & Bike Show on April 28, 2018. Please click on the link below for more information. Alvin Car & Bike ShowRead More
2018 Galveston Island tour: Space City T club members in their Model T’s cruised the island once again. The photos of this tour are below. We hit The Strand, visited The Railroad Museum, toured Cedar Park subdivision, saw the tree statues, photographed the cemetery yellow coreopsis flowers and ate lunch just to name a fewRead More
Liberty Church is hosting its 3rd annual car show on April 14th at their location 200 FM 2025 Cleveland TX 77328. Check in is at 10am, judging starts at noon and trophy presentation at 3. Entry is $20 a car, there will be 20+ trophies awarded (new classes to be added for 2018) and theRead More
Gateway Classic Cars is proud to announce the new location for our Houston Showroom. Now located at 1910 Cypress Station Drive, Suite 200, Houston, TX, 77090, Gateway Classic Cars of Houston has the much-needed room to keep up with the growth in that area. According to Greg Morse, Director of Sales, “Houston’s old showroom wasRead More
Lakeview Elementary School is excited to be celebrating 100 yrs of growing successful vikings. We plan on celebrating BIG and you should too!!! We have planned a Centennial Celebration on Saturday, March 24th, 10am-2pm at Lakeview Elementary School. This event will be FREE to the community and include a kick-off parade, food trucks/booths, jump houses, carnivalRead More
This is a scenic drive through the western half of Sam Houston National Forest. The proposed route (subject to change) is 66 miles rolling through the east Texas piney woods with several nice views of Lake Conroe. The route starts and ends at the Chevron/Burger King on the southbound I45 junction with Possum Walk RdRead More
We’re heading to Schulenburg, TX It is time to mark your calendars for the 41st Annual Texas T-Party. This year’s event will be in Schulenburg, Texas. We will start the tour on Wednesday morning Oct 10 and will close it with the banquet on Saturday evening October 13. The hotels are: Main hotel is HolidayRead More
The 40th Texas T Party was in Kerrville, TX from October 11 to 14, 2017. The Wednesday tour began at 8:30am from the hotel, driving to visit James Avery Jewelry Showroom and Museum, Harper Community, and Stonehenge II. Thursday tour began at 8:30, for Picture Day in Fredericksburg. We visited The Pioneer Museum, lunch wasRead More