The KEYSTONE CHAPTER was formed in 1988. The purpose of this organization is preserve the Ford-made Falcon (1960 to 1970) throughout the world, to advance the acceptance of the Ford-made Falcon and to promote good fellowship.

The chapter serves the geographical area of Eastern PA, Northern NJ and Southern NY. The Keystone Chapter is a non-profit organization and is incorporated under Pennsylvania state law. Ownership of a Ford-made Falcon automobile is not required for membership.


We normally hold a conference call, monthly on the 2nd Wednesday 7:00 PM ET. Members and non-members are encouraged to attend.

We are moving this week’s, 12-Jan, meeting to next Wednesday, 19-January. The reason is not all of the officers are able make it due to recovering from illness. All will be fine, just need another week.

Online meeting: https://join.freeconferencecall.com/kcfca
or
Dial-in number (US): (605) 313-5393
Access code: 663286#
Online meeting ID: kcfca

For additional assistance connecting to the meeting text ‘Call Me’ to the Dial-In number above and you will be called into the conference. Message and data rates may apply.


Around The Web
Hagerty: Tactics for buying and selling in a brave new digital world
Hemmings via Suncoast Chapter: Buyer’s Guide: The 1964-1965 Ford Falcon covered the spread from fuel miser to sport coupe


Falcons at the LB Smith show October 16th. See the full show here (link).

4 thoughts on “

  1. I had some replating done at Librandi’s Machine Shop at 93 Air Port Dr. in Middletown, PA. (717) 944-9442.

  2. Hello,
    I am rebuilding my 1964 Falcon Futura, 2 door hardtop.
    Having trouble getting the inside chrome windshield chrome replated or replaced.
    If you could help I would very much appreciate it.
    Thanks,
    Tom
    320-492-3955

    1. A few years ago, I had some plating done by, Frankford Plating in Philadelphia. The results were very nice. Price was not terribly cheap but not as high as Paul Chrome. I hope this is some help. Frankford Plating is online.(just google it)
      Regards,
      Glenn Hoff

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