The club operates in every state, and provides both full and social memberships. Full membership is open to all owners of "F" trucks, whether they be Freighters, Broncos, Rangers, F100s, 150s, 250s, 350s. Anyone can join as a social member. The backgrounds of Club members vary greatly in age, occupations and interests, but all members share a common enthusiasm for "F" trucks and their Club. There are club members in all states of Australia. Current membership at October 2010 has exceeded 120 trucks. Remember, social membership is also available - you don't have to have an 'F' truck to join.
Benefits of membership include:
Access to information networks dealing with your vehicle
Access to a variety of social activities with people from a variety of backgrounds
Access to discounts through businesses with which the club has special arrangements.
The Ford F100 Club Of S.A. was formed in October 1981 at Pooraka, a suburb of Adelaide, and became incorporated in 1987. In 1995, the Club Changed its name to the Ford F100 Club of Australia Inc to reflect the fact it is the central national club for owners of F Series Trucks, with representation in every Australian state.
The Club is governed by the members who elect a committee to conduct the Club Business. All members are eligible to stand for the committee positions and the Club works through the efforts and contribution of its members, not just through the committee. The Club holds Dinner meetings on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Eagles Bar & Bistro, 722 Port Rd, Beverley, South Australia from 6.00pm. (Meeting commences 8:30pm.)
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