WESTERN REGION LINCOLN & CONTINENTAL OWNERS CLUB
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
Debut of the gleaming new 2020 Aviator three-row SUV stole the show at the Lincoln exhibit at the L.A. Auto Show during the Dec. 1 Lincoln Brand Day at the event. Several LCOC members and friends...
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.