Model T

Ford Model T number 220 on display at Ford Piquette Plant Museum 
Photo: Sara Schultz

Ford Model T Number 220 returns to Piquette Plant Museum

  The Ford Piquette Avenue Plant Museum has added one of the earliest existing Model T automobiles. The car, vehicle identification number (VIN) 220, is one of the first Model T automobiles assembled at the Piquette Plant in December, 1908. The car was once on display at the Harrah’s Automobile Collection in Nevada. At...

Brooklin's 1934 Buick Series 60 convertible coupe

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DA PowerSystem Help a loved one stay on top of car care with a Meguiar’s DA PowerSystem Package. Here is what’s included in the package: ·         1 Ultimate Compound ·         1 Ultimate Polish ·         1 Ultimate Wax ·         1 DA Power System tool ·         6 assorted foam pads ·         3 Microfiber towels Find it...

Henry Ford with the car that made him a household name, the Model T.

Henry Ford’s 150th birthday celebrated around the world

150th Anniversary of Henry Ford’s Birth Celebrated Around the World Today, July 30, marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Henry Ford, whose innovative ideas revolutionized transportation and brought mobility to the masses. Henry Ford’s enduring impact is being recognized through events and declarations across the United States and around the world. Celebrations...


On exhibit: Gilmore explores Dust Bowl, Depression and drives

HICKORY CORNERS, Mich. – The images from the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl of the 1930s are haunting – long lines at soup kitchens, farms buried by dirt and gaunt faces peering out from dilapidated autos piled high with their only possessions. But that is only part of the story. While desperate families...


Car of the Week: 1923 Ford Model T express pickup

Certainly one of R.C. Ayers' coolest “toys” was the 1923 Ford Model T express pickup that has been in the family about 30 years. It wasn’t cool just because it was constructed so carefully and beautifully, and went on to become a prolific gatherer of AACA hardware.