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 are skipping the December Keystone Chapter meeting. Be sure to join the January call. We will discuss the 2022 season. Enjoy the holidays.

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

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.


The November FCA National Falcon News in available https://www.falconclub.com/magazine/ The password can be found in previous issues.


Around The Web
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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).

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  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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