Spark Plug Collectors of America, Inc. is a not-for-profit international organization that was founded in 1975 by Bill Bond of Ann Arbor, Michigan. The club is dedicated to the promotion of spark plug collecting, the research and preservation of spark plug history, the exchange of information and spark plugs, and fostering fellowship among club members worldwide.
Members receive four issues yearly of “the Ignitor”, the official publication of the club. The Ignitor consists of articles about club events worldwide, member’s collections and new finds. Also in each issue are vintage ads and “The Marketplace” which is for selling and trading of plugs and other related items.
Check out the new SPCOA Facebook groups! We'd love to have you join us! Please invite to other members and interested parties to the public group. This could be much more dynamic than the web page forum. Please encourage members to get a Facebook page even if our group is all they use it for. Find us as Spark Plug Collectors of America (Club Sanctioned) or click HERE. We also have an active members only Trading Post Group for buying and selling within the club HERE.
53rd Tri-State Antique Engine and Tractor Show. Portland, Indiana, at the Jay County Fairgrounds. The World's Largest Gas Engine and Tractor Show. 150 Antique and craft dealers Featuring Allis Chalmers tractors and Ohio engines.. More Info
The Eastern Division AACA National Fall Meet takes place each year during the 1st full week in October. Hershey is considered one of the largest antique automobile shows and flea markets in the United States.More Info
The Presidential baton is passed! 8-24-2018 The presidential baton of the S.P.C.O.A. was officially passed on from Kevin Hembrough to James
at the club meeting in Portland, Indiana. James is a machinest who lives in Harriman, TN.
The 2018 Tri State Gas Engine and Tractor Show, Portland, IN
by David Walker 8-27-2018
The 2018 show in Portland IN, as always, had its unique happenings. I have been going for over 30 years
and have never been disappointed, though some years have been better than others. This year’s beginning was no different. I normally get up at four in the morning to head out to Portland for about 7 hours of driving and pulling my camper in order to arrive around lunch time. We had everything packed the night before. I
had checked everything on the camper and unplugged it until the next morning, at which time the lights on
the camper did not work when I plugged it in. More of Article
2018 SPCOA ANNUAL MEETING LESUEUR - by Jim Servatius 8-1-2018 The SPCOA meeting was held at 10:00 AM on April 28th 2018 on the grounds of the LeSueur County Pioneer Power Swap Meet near LeSueur, MN. We Minnesotans are
many times accused of always talking about the weather and that’s because we are
almost always talking about the weather, too hot, too cold, too humid, how much snow did you get at your place, so not to disappoint anyone I will start by saying the weather was perfect for our meeting. More of Article..
THE 38th ANNUAL MACON COUNTY FLYWHEEL SHOW - by Mike Healy 7-29-2018
The 38th Annual Macon County Flywheel Show this weekend in Macon MO had a good turn out of SPCOA members from IA IL and MO in attendance. For a late July Show in the midwest the weather was unseasonably cool, which lead to a very enjoyable time. SPCOA members in photo From L to R, Richard Hembrough, Jerry Coram, Kevin Hembrough, Susan Eddy, Mike Healy, David Burlingame and Jim Wise. Not shown George Eddy.
SPARK PLUGS AT ZAGRAY FARM CONNECTICUT by RichardNiezabitowski 7-19-2018