If you were traveling along Main Street last Saturday (April 13th) morning you may have thought you traveled back in time while passing the old Sinclair gas station on the south end of downtown. There were 6 Model “A” Fords parked at the station taking photos and visiting with passers-by. 

Fourteen members of the Oklahoma City Model A Restorers Group were out for a cruise from Oklahoma City to Enid and stopped at the Sinclair Station to take photos. Club leader Will Langford said they were heading up to Enid to visit The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center and then spend the night in Enid before heading home Sunday morning.  

The club’s motto according to their website is “Preserving and promoting the legendary Ford Model A.” The group is very active regularly traveling to various events and car shows all over the area. 

The Model A was introduced in November of 1927 and over 5 million were manufactured worldwide by the end of 1931. Photos by AAH Jack Quirk.