Frazer Owners Club, Int.
The Kaiser Frazer Owners Club, International, was founded in 1959. Membership
is open to anyone interested in the preservation of K-F produced cars. Ownership
of a K-F product is not a membership requirement. The club is incorporated
as a non-profit organization.
- Structure of the club--The club is divided into three Divisions (Eastern,
Midwest, and Western) and each of these consists of a number of Regions. In
addition to a National convention each year, many Regional and Divisional
activities take place. Each division has an elected Director and each region
has an elected Manager. National Club officers are elected every two years
at a National. The National meetings are during the summer and are rotated
among the divisions. In the last few years National meets have been in: Portland,
Oregon; Goshen, Indiana; Nashville, Tennessee; and Albuquerque, New Mexico.
- Membership--Dues for U.S. residents are $30 per year, Canadian $35
in U.S. funds, overseas dues are $50 in U.S. funds. Associate memberships
(voting rights, no publications) are $5. Lifetime memberships are $500 and
lifetime associate memberships are $60.
- What you get--Members receive a Monthly Bulletin, the Quarterly Magazine
(one issue is a Calendar for the year), and upon renewal for a second year,
the Handbook (as an option, this is sent out to new members who pay for two
years up front).
monthly publication includes listings of upcoming Regional, Divisional, and
National activities. Free ads for members for cars, parts, and literature
wanted and for sale are a significant part of the Bulletin. The Bulletin
is sent by first class mail and each issue consists of a minimum of 12 pages.
- Quarterly Magazine--The
Quarterly is a professionally printed magazine featuring articles of lasting
interest. It includes original factory material, restoration tips and personal
K-F stories from members, reports on Regional, Divisional, and National activities,
and other items of interest to owners of Kaiser, Frazer, Henry J, Darrin,
Allstate, and Willys vehicles. The first issue each year contains a full
report of the National Convention including photographs of prize winning
cars. This issue also contains a Membership Directory listing members alphabetically
and by geographic location.
- Handbook--The Handbook
presents detailed information about various K-F and Willys models. Serial
numbers, paint and trim codes, options available, production numbers and
similar information is included. The pages are punched for insertion into
a three-ring notebook for easy reference. The Handbook does not yet include
all models, but additions are included from time-to-time as supplements to
- Manufacturing Fund--The
club is unique in having a Manufacturing Fund available to its members. The
MF produces parts for our cars that are not available from other sources.
Members can join the fund by paying a one-time $10 fee. They are then eligible
to purchase any of the items produced by the MF. Items produced to date range
from windshields to floor mats to steering wheels. Items available are printed
on an order form in the Bulletin.
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