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The new Ford Model A Museum at campus of the Gilmore Car Museum in Hickory Corners, Mich.

New Model A Ford Museum to be world’s largest

A new Model A Ford Museum — touted as the world’s largest public museum dedicated to the 1928 through 1931 Ford Model A — will have its grand opening ceremony on May 18 in Hickory Corners, Mich., from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The new museum is the result of more than $1 million...

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Model A 101: Car connects club and career center

KANEVILLE, Ill. – Fox Valley Region of the Model A Restorers Club, Geneva, got together with students of the Auto Tech class at the Fox Valley Career Center, Kaneland High School to introduce the Model A Ford. Automotive classes are available to Juniors and Seniors from five area high schools and are held daily...

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ACD Museum kicks off festival with 12 classics for sale in benefit

The Seventh Annual Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum’s Benefit Extravaganza will be at 6 p.m. Aug. 30. This is the Museum’s premier event of the ACD Festival Weekend. Each year automobiles (not from the museum’s collection) are auctioned at the event with proceeds benefiting the educational programming efforts of the Museum. The event also...

Iowa celebrates Model A Day

The Hawk A Model A Ford Club is hosting its third annual Iowa Model A Day on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011 in Amana, Iowa. Organizers say the intent and purpose is to bring Model A owners, Model A enthusiasts and the public together to relive and learn about this important era of automobile history. ...

HOLIDAY MODEL A Tour

On May 28, several dozen members of the Model A Ford Club of America departed from a McDonalds on Capital Drive, in Milwaukee, for an adventure that some participants planned to take more than a week to complete. While the Wisconsin region of the club is based in Milwaukee, members from other Wisconsin towns...

Hartmaier Model A to journey to new home at AACA Museum

This Saturday, a 1929 Model A Ford continuously owned and operated for nearly 80 years by the same man will ride to its new home at the AACA Museum in Hershey, Pa. The car will become a part of the museum’s permanent collection as willed by its now-deceased owner.