Southern Ontario Thunderbird Club
We are a growing group of approximately 250 Thunderbird enthusiasts mostly in Ontario, who gather regularly throughout the year to enjoy great fellowship, offer technical assistance and provide a venue to display our vintage cars and special interest Thunderbirds for the enjoyment of our members and the public at large.
We conduct regular members meetings throughout the year to discuss and vote on the direction of the club and to set up events.
We encourage our members to support our club so as to maintain the collector car hobby and be advocates for the vintage car hobby.
We support a number of charity events throughout the summer months by displaying our cars at shows such as Fleetwood Country Cruise-in at London every June.
We hold our premier club event, an All Thunderbird Show, at a designated location every July for all members and non-members and the public to enjoy a day of fellowship and fun.
We encourage young people to take up the car hobby and to utilize their time productively in pursuits that will build character and ethics.
Our newsletter the "Thunder News" is published 6 times per year and is sent to all paid up members by mail.
Come and join our club.
Do you possess a passion for the Ford Thunderbird automobile?
Is the hobby of restoring vintage automobiles a passion or even a
hobby in your life style?
Auto Enthusiast ?
Why not join the SOTC. You don't have to own a Thunderbird, just have
an interest and passion for these fine automobiles.
As you look through the gallery of pictures you will see many fine examples
of our Ford Thunderbirds on display.
Most are beautifully restored and maintained and some are modified and
modernized. We accept all Thunderbirds at our events, even if you have
one and are not a member bring it out, we would love to see it and you too.
Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings, there is no admission to
Club events that we host. Charity events usually collect donations at the gate.
Our annual membership dues are $35.00 per year.
So dust off those old T-Birds and why not join the SOTC?