Dr. Miles O’Brien and other Lincoln enthusiasts founded the Lincoln Owners Club in 1959 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The club is a non-profit corporation. “The purpose of the club is to further the preservation of Lincoln motorcars: models L, K, KA, KB and K, produced from 1920 to 1940. By providing a channel of communication, the club strives to bring together in good fellowship for all who admire these fine examples of automobile craftsmanship.”
The club holds an annual meet as well as regional events throughout the United States. There is one club publication. The Fork & Blade, which is published four times annual that features articles and photos on Lincoln motorcars, coverage of LOC activities, Lincoln Motor Car Company history, classified ads, recommended suppliers and a calendar of events.
The club maintains its own web site--LincolnOwnersClub.com--that contains timely news for Lincoln enthusiasts.
The club also publishes a bi-annual roster of all Lincoln Owners Club members, including a car roster.
A Lincoln Homecoming is held each August at the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum & Research Center on the campus of the Gilmore Car Museum in Hickory Corners, Mich.
An annual business dinner meeting is held in October during the annual AACA Fall Meet in Hershey, Pennsylvania.