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Early Ford V-8 Foundation ‘Raising the Rotunda’ campaign underway

George Elbel, president (left), and Joshua Conrad, collections coordinator, of the Early Ford V-8 Foundation & Museum pose with one of the vehicles on display, a 1947 Ford tow truck originally in service in Barstow, Calif.

The Early Ford V-8 Foundation & Museum in Auburn, Ind., is planning for a new, 20,000-square-foot museum. The museum’s unique design will be a tribute to the Ford Rotunda, first seen at the 1933-’34 World’s Fair in Chicago. More »

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Ford and Petersen Museum join forces for Deuce’s 80th birthday bash

Her 1932 Ford B 5W coupe

It’s hard, if not impossible, to deny the lasting appeal of the 1932 Ford. Be it roadster, woodie, coupe (three- or five-window), cabriolet, Tudor or Fordor, there’s no such thing as a bad Deuce. We’re obviously not the only oil-blooded Americans that feel this way, so we want to give you the leap on the Petersen Automotive Museum’s upcoming Deuce Days 80th anniversary celebration on the 1932 Ford, slated for Feb. 29 to March 3. More »

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