Welcome to the Vixen Owners Association

The Vixen Owners Association is a non-profit car club that promotes the social interests of Vixen owners and operators through local and regional events and yearly gatherings. We also offer manufacturer’s technical manuals, many how-to repair articles written by our members and our Forum that features focused discussion from numerous Vixen owners.

Registered VOA Members, click here for the Member Forum and Libraries

Here’s What Members Enjoy

Access to the Forum (discussion, advice and information), and Library, which contains 1,200 PDF files of:

# Notices of Vixens, and Parts, for sale. # Vixen and Parts Manuals.
# How-To Fix-It Documents; detailed discussions.
# Parts and Dealer Lists. # 300+ “Fox Prints” advice magazines.
# 400+ Event Photos. # Video Shorts.

We also have an Annual meeting in September, and local and regional “Den” meetings at various times and locations throughout the year.

Some of these are shown in the following Activities article.

VOA Activities

General Interest

Solar Eclipse Vintage RV Rally
Experience the darkness with us at the Solar Eclipse Vintage RV Rally in Mineola, Texas. We welcome all Vintage Class A RVs to come join in the festivities! – vintagervrally.net

Open to All Past and Present VOA Members and Guests

Share New Adventures, Good Food and Friendship in Florida
Not official VOA meetings. We just like to camp together. – Contact Danny Deaton
= Withlacoochee River Park (Pasco County), Dade City – March 18-22, 2024
= St. Andrews State Park in Panama City Beach – Nov. 11-15, 2024

Open only to Current Members

Monthly VOA ZOOM Meetings on various topics

Monthly Florida Den Meetings – throughout the winter
Contact any current Florida VOA Member

VOA Annual in St. Louis – September, 2024 – Contact Robert Steinman


The Vixen was manufactured by the Vixen Motor Company in Pontiac, Michigan from 1986-1989. It was created by famed Delorean designer Bill Collins. See Bill’s story in the Vixen History.

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