LCOC Members Help Desert Classic Car Association Hold Successful Live Show

It took a last-minute venue change but the Desert Classic Car Association pivoted on a dime recently to move their annual show from the Palm Springs Air Museum to the Ritz Carlton, Rancho Mirage, barely a week before the scheduled event. 2020 has been a rough year for...

LCOC Western Region Member Shares Family Heirloom with Lincoln Museum

The newest addition to the roster of historic vehicles on display at the Lincoln Motor Car Museum in Hickory Corners, MI is a 2000 Lincoln LS sedan made available by newly elected Western Region board member Bazil LaRoche. Bazil chose to offer the LS to museum...

LCOC Western Region Board of Managers Sets Agenda for 2021 at Annual Meeting

The Western Region Board of Managers convened at the beautiful Desert Princess Resort in Cathedral City, CA and took the following actions: Welcomed newly elected/re-elected board members Jeremy Sanford, Halsey Posadas and Bazil LaRoche, who will begin 3-year terms...

Cars, Coffee and “Tulip” Meet Up in Mission Valley San Diego

by Tom Wright Recently I hosted a Cars and Coffee meet at the request of the Rolls-Royce Club to which LCOC members also were invied. The excuse I used was introducing Tulip, the greyhound I adopted to replace my well known greyhound, Lily, who attended numerous car...

LCOC Western Region Annual Meeting to be Held Oct. 17; All Members Invited

The LCOC Western Region Board of Managers and general membership will hold their annual meeting Oct. 17 at the Desert Princess Country Club links-side condo in Cathedral City, CA. from 1 to 3 p.m. All current and newly elected members of the Board of Managers and...

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Welcome to the Web site for the Western Region of the national Lincoln & Continental Owners Club (LCOC). The Western Region LCOC, organized in 1955, provides members with social events, tours, publications, and information. The club currently serves approximately 150 members from Northern, Central, and Southern California, and Nevada. Membership in the Western Region LCOC is open to all members of the national LCOC regardless of geographic location. Car ownership is not required for membership—only your enthusiasm for one of America’s finest motorcars!

Members of the Western Region LCOC can surf this site to learn of current, future and recent past activities, classified ads and many other features. They also can access archives of the Continental Confab newsletter. Each issue features information about selected years and models, special articles on members and their cars, information about Northern, Central, and Southern area activities, and information on the National LCOC activities. A membership form may be downloaded by those wishing to join the club.

Introducing the LCOC Western Region Blog

We have created a new blog area on our site to allow us to post smaller and more frequent posts that are engaging for club members.  Enable your online membership and join in on the discussion. Click here to visit the blog

Revised Fall Director’s Message

Revised Fall Director’s Message

This week is the 100th anniversary of the first Lincoln automobile. Help preserve that history by joining the Lincoln Motor Car Foundation. More…

Join the Western Region Lincoln & Continental Owners Club

LCOC is the oldest and only club for all Lincoln enthusiasts. LCOC membership give you the combined knowledge and enthusiasm of over 2,500 fellow members, and inside track for buying and selling your Lincolns, and much more!! 

Car ownership is not required for membership—only your enthusiasm for one of America’s finest motorcars!

Upcoming Lincoln and Continental Club Western Region Events

The LCOC Western Region hosts events and meets, car shows, tours, and other activities, sometimes in conjunction with other clubs. Additionally, the region hosts a national meet once every 3 to 4 years, This extended weekend event is packed with activities, a full Concours, awards banquet, and good fellowship.  Not just a meeting of the finest Lincolns and Continentals, but a meeting of friends to share common interests.

LCOC Member Cars Join Pasadena Heritage Cruise

LCOC Member Cars Join Pasadena Heritage Cruise

An eclectic gathering of about 300 vehicles in all participated and LCOC members Glenn Gordon, Jim Davidson, Elayne Bendel with their Lincoln convertibles and Jim Ayres with his Mark VII were there for the fun. From brass-era antiques to exotic racers, a Dino Ferrari and Ford GT, beloved mid-20th century collectibles, and convertibles and roadsters galore, the cruisers celebrated all eras of the automobile.

Drive-in Movie 2020 Style Delights Collector Car Buffs

Drive-in Movie 2020 Style Delights Collector Car Buffs

If you are old enough to remember those "Buck Nights" at the drive-in theater where you could bring in a whole carload of folks for $1 your heart is sure to go pitter-pat over the 2020 version of the drive-in experience. First of all, who even knew there were still...

Art Deco Eye Candy Shines at Mullin Museum

Art Deco Eye Candy Shines at Mullin Museum

If you are a fan of gorgeous cars and art deco---and who isn't?---a visit to the Mullin Museum is absolutely the best in eye candy! Founder Peter Mullin is the ultimate collector of French-designed autos incorporating the sleek and aero-inspired look of the 1930s as...

LCOC Joins Ford Vs. Ferrari Faceoff at Mullin Museum Car Show

LCOC Joins Ford Vs. Ferrari Faceoff at Mullin Museum Car Show

The Mullin Museum held its own version of Ford vs. Ferrari as several examples of both iconic brands were displayed at a recent invitational classic car show at the museum's Oxnard, CA site. Six LCOC members were on hand for the fun, Western Region Director Jim Ayres,...

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