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 The Crown Victoria Association was formed in 1977 to promote the preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of all 1954-1955-1956 Ford Automobiles, Canadian Meteors, Mercury Automobiles, and Ford & Mercury trucks. We went "online" in July 1997 and would like to encourage you to look around, find out a little about our club and if interested - join our growing community.

Use the navigational links on the left to find your way around these pages. We will be adding more pictures, events, email, and other information as time goes on, so come back often!

 

An Interview with Mason and Connie Compton

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-Can you tell me your background and how you got into classic cars? Where do you live in the county?

My husband, Mason, is a car enthusiast. He always worked on vehicles and loved detailing vehicles as well. Mason is from a large West Virginia family. His brothers and friends enjoyed NASCAR and classic cars. From this, you got to join them so I have learned to love it too.

We bought our first classic vehicle which was a 1993 Ford Lightning about year 1999 and we had this truck about 10 years. It was the first Lightning that Ford made and they only made a limited amount of these vehicles. We started attending the Cruise In at the Miami Township Kroger’s across from Meijer’s. We were approached by Doug Wimberly of the F100 Ford Club to use our truck for driver’s introductions at the first NASCAR Truck Race at Kentucky Motor Speedway in year 2000. Doug lined us up by year of vehicle. We had the pleasure of driver, Mike Skinner in our truck. It was a lot of fun and we got to meet the Ford drivers (Joey Logano, Rick Crawford, Jon Wood, Dorsey Schrader, and Jeremy Mayfield). We were hooked.

We sold our truck in 2006 and purchased a 1979 Cobra 351 Mustang. We updated about everything on this vehicle and painted it twice over an 11-year period. It was a hot rod for sure. Mason entered this car in many car shows and won numerous trophies. Jack Roush loved this car and signed it for us.

We enjoy attending Cruise Ins versus Car Shows. Main reason you meet so many wonderful people all over the country and build a great network of people to find parts for your vehicles.

Read more: An Interview with Mason and Connie Compton
 

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Dedicated to all '54, '55, '56
US and Canadian
Ford and Mercury
Automobiles and Pickups

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Convention Information

2019 National Convention

The 2019 CVA National Convention will be held in Buffalo, New York from July 28th to August 2nd, 2019.  It will be held at the Buffalo Niagara Marriott.  Check out this site for information on events and to register for the '41st Annual CVA Reunion'.

Crown Victoria Association
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P.O. Box 6
Bryan, OH 43506-0006
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Phone: 419-636-2475 Fax: 419-636-8449

 

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