Here are some of the benefits you'll enjoy as a Member of our Lincoln Club:
1. Regional Tours and Activities
Held 8 to 12 times each year, these Pacific Northwest Lincoln Club Events include driving tours, dinners, weekend getaways, contests and shows. Train trips, museum visits and tours of private collections and restoration shops are all part of the fun when you travel with us. Recent Lincoln Car Club events have included winery tours, scenic train trips, a tour of the Grand Coulee Dam, an up-close-and-personal encounter with buffalo, a ride in a sternwheeler in Idaho, a blimp hangar tour in Tillamook, Oregon, a salmon bake and theater performance in Walla Walla, Washington, a visit to OMSI - the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, watching the sun come up over Mount Rainier at 6,400 feet, viewing the Northwest's largest G-gauge scale model railroad, a trip to the Calgary Stampede, a scenic driving tour of the North Cascades, a visit to the Oregon Coast Aquarium and a tour of the Museum of Flight in Seattle. To see the current list of events, click here.
2. Continental Connector Newsletter
Our own newsletter, Continental Connector, is so good that it has won the Old Cars Weekly Golden Quill Award four times! It's filled with information about upcoming Lincoln Club Events and other interesting news. To see excerpts from past issues of our newsletter, click here.
3. Lincoln Club Merchandise
Quality car accessories, clothing, automobilia, books, badges, manuals, videotapes and other items are available to Pacific Northwest Region members. A selection is available for sale to all. To see some of the Club merchandise currently available, click here.
4. Easy To Join
Your Regional membership dues are only twenty dollars per year. To join our Regional Club, click here.
The Pacific Northwest Region of the Lincoln & Continental Owners Club welcomes everyone who enjoys and appreciates Lincolns - classic and new. Founded in 1954, our Lincoln and Continental Club is dedicated to enjoying, driving, maintaining and restoring our favorite marque of automobile. As a car club, we provide our automobile club members with social events, motoring tours, publications and information. The Lincoln Club is an Oregon non-profit corporation, presently operating as the Pacific Northwest Region of the Lincoln and Continental Owners Club. Membership is open to everyone who owns a Lincoln or Continental, or has an appreciation for these fine automobiles.