As we approach the holiday season, I want to take a moment to extend my warmest wishes to each and every one of you. The holidays are a time for joy, reflection, and, most importantly, spending precious moments with our family and loved ones. I hope you find the time to create lasting memories and share in the spirit of togetherness.

As the winter season settles in, many of us are drawn to the warmth of our garages, sleeves rolled up, and tools in hand. It’s the perfect time to embark on those car projects we’ve been dreaming about. The chill in the air provides the ideal backdrop for transforming our beloved Falcons into masterpieces on wheels. Whether it’s a restoration, an upgrade, or simply adding a personal touch, the winter season is a prime opportunity to give our cars the attention they deserve, and I cannot wait to see what is unveiled at the first signs of spring.

Let’s turn this season of chilly winds and frosty windows into a time of creative exploration and automotive passion. Our shared love for Falcons unites us, and there’s no better time to celebrate the beauty of our classic cars. In the spirit of camaraderie that defines the Falcon Club of America, I encourage you to share your winter projects and experiences with fellow members. Head on over to our website and post up the projects in the Technical Chat area so we all can ooh and ahh over your projects. Oh, and I have another homework assignment for you. If you get any parts for your Falcon for Christmas, we would love to have pictures of you with your new trinkets. Simply send them to me and I will forward to our magazine editor.

As we wrap up another remarkable year, I want to express my gratitude to each and every member of the Falcon Club of America. Your enthusiasm, dedication, and support continue to make our community vibrant and strong. I look forward to seeing the fruits of your winter endeavors and the joy they bring to our collective Falcon family.

Wishing you a joyful holiday season filled with warmth, laughter, and the satisfaction of turning wrenches on your Falcons.

Happy Falconing!