Wisconsin Capital Model T Ford Club, a regional chapter of the Model T Ford Club of America, is a not-for-profit group. In existence since 1984, we are dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of all Ford Model Ts.

Owning a Model T is not a requirement for joining the Wisconsin Capital Model T Ford Club, and is open to all ages.

If you're looking for Model T parts, our members might be able to help. Getting involved in the club also can be a great opportunity to learn about antique and collectible vehicles.

We normally meet the last Tuesday of each month except December at various locations but mostly in the basement of the American Legion Hall at 2217 American Legion Drive in Cross Plains at 7pm. 

Annual Hill & Valley Antique Auto & Americana Show

This unique event presents something of interest to the entire family, oldest to youngest.

An important part of the show is the Hill & Valley Tour. The tour is about 22 miles, an hour drive through our many hills & valleys.

The traditional pancake breakfast is served from 6:45 to 10:30 am.

The day is truly a celebration of America’s heritage and history represented through historic displays and demonstrations of crafts and skills that include blacksmithing, wagon wheel making, quilting, spinning, lace making, sauerkraut making and woodcarving. Come to check out the antique cars and trucks, steam and gas engines and tractors, horse drawn vehicles and antique fire engines. Don’t miss the corn-on–the-cob at the antique steam engine. Guests will be entertained by the live music. Experience telegraphy demonstrations the way it was for numerous decades throughout the steam train era by retired railroad Telegraphers and Depot Agents.

Exhibit space is available for the Arts & Crafts Show - please contact us for more information. All artists and craftsmen are welcome.

This event is FREE to the public.

Registration for those bringing a car for display is $10.   

We encourage you to come out and spend a most pleasant day!

"Any color - so long as it's black."
                                   -Henry Ford