The National Auto & Truck Museum’s mission is to enrich lives and educate all generations through the acquisition and preservation of America’s automobile and truck history with buildings, vehicles, artifacts and literature.
Founded in 1993 by Jordon and Corrine Beller, the museum strives to showcase products of Detroit's heydays.
The Model “A” Restorers Club - MARC, founded in 1952, holds as its aims the encouragement of members to acquire, restore, preserve, exhibit and make use of the Model “A” Ford. And most importantly, to enjoy the fellowship of other Model “A” Ford owners around the world.
MAFCA is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the Model A Ford automobile
A great resource for answers to Model A Questions from real Model A owners
The Mission of the Gilmore Car Museum is to tell the history of America through the automobile. We foster experiences which connect people with the history, heritage, and social impact of the automobile through collecting, preserving, and interpreting its story.
The mission of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum is to preserve the past and provide multigenerational audiences an educational and inspirational journey exploring the past, present, and future of the transportation industry while leveraging the Museum's collection as its foundation.
Serving the Model "A" Restorer for 24 years, Bratton's. Over 2,500 Model "A" Parts, each with a full description and illustration and many full page schematic drawing to help identify parts and assembly sequence
Hemmings Motor News will strive to enhance the experience of the collector-car enthusiast by publishing high-quality products while serving our readers and advertisers with excellence.
MAFFI's goal is to preserve the Model A Fords and memorabilia through research, education, and the various program contained within these webpages
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