About the Volunteer V8 Ford Club of America
The Volunteer V8 Ford Club of Nashville and the Early Ford V8 Club of America are dedicated to the preservation and maintenance of Ford Motor Company vehicles built from 1932 to 1953.
The unique item that separates our club from other car clubs that associate with Ford vehicles is the engine used in Ford, Mercury and Lincoln cars and trucks built from 1932 to 1953 – the legendary and popular Ford “flathead V8” engine.
There are two (2) steps to joining the Early Ford V8 Club of America and the Volunteer V8 Ford Club and you must be a member of the national club in order to be a member of a regional group. Regular membership in the EFV8CA per year is $45 or $50 for joint membership of husband and wife, or three-year membership $125 or $135 for joint membership. Membership in the Volunteer V8 Ford Club is $20 per year per family. Applications to join both are in this website.
Membership in the National Club includes a subscription to our club’s award-winning bi-monthly magazine – the V8 TIMES. The regional group publishes a monthly newsletter- The Rear View Mirror. You can read back issues of the newsletter in anther section of this website.
You do not have to own a car or truck to be a member – just have a love for Early Ford V8s! We would look forward to having you as member! If you have any questions about joining please call 615-815-9203 or email at .