Fallbrook Vintage Car Club ready to enter its sixth decade - A look back in history


Last updated 2/11/2010 at Noon

A 1935 Buick Series 50 pulls out of the parking lot where the Skaggs and Alpha Beta stores were located during the 1989 Great Race that traveled through Fallbrook.

The original Fallbrook Vintage Car Club started as a Model A Ford Club in the late 50s at the home of Paul and Kathleen Stiles. Some say it was originally sponsored by a Model A club in Escondido. At the time it was a closed club (men only) with approximately ten members – all Model A owners. The club later moved to the Stiles’ Fallbrook Tractor office on East Mission. The original group’s only scheduled activity was an annual Memorial Day car show.

In 1961, the group decided to form their own club, spearheaded by Bob White and Paul Stiles. They named it the Fallbrook Car Club. T...

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