Links of Interest to Model T Ford Enthusiasts
 
Antique Automobile Club of America The largest automobile club covering all makes over twenty-five years old. Publishes Antique Automobile magazine.
Model T Ford Club
International
The Home Page for The Model T Ford Club International. Another world-wide Model T Club. Publishes the Model T Times which includes technical and club-related information.
The Model T Ford Register of Great Britain The Model T Ford club in the British Isles, an affiliate of the MTFCA.
The Early Ford V8 Club of America The Early Ford V8 Club of America covers the Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles from 1932 through 1953.
The Early Ford V8 Foundation The Early Ford V8 Foundation, a 501-C3 corporation, dedicated to the preservation of Ford history of the V-8 era through 1953.
The Model A Ford Club of America MAFCA is now on the web. Lots of good information.
Horseless Carriage Club of America Dedicated to pre-1916 cars of all makes but members welcome whether or not they own such a car. Publishes the Horseless Carriage Gazette, an excellent magazine dedicated to early automobiles and club activities.
Automotive Research Library
of the Horseless Carriage Foundation, Inc.
PO Box 4119. LaMesa, CA 91944
8186 Center St., LaMesa, CA 91942.
Phone:619.464.0301. e-mail:hcfi@aol.com
The Montana 500 Model T Race Information on the Montana 500 Model T race.
Drive a Model T Rent a Model T or Model A Ford at Yosemite National Park.
Hemmings Motor News The most complete advertising magazine for old-car enthusiasts. Includes a large number of links to car clubs.
The Old Car
Manual Project
A web site devoted to publishing information and manuals on all brands of old cars. Well worth a look-see.
Hot Rod & Custom Stuff An extensive listing of car clubs of all categories. If you can't find it here it probably doesn't exist.
Car and Driver magazine Car and Driver magazine. Coverage of road tests, Buyers Guide, and many other automotive subjects.
Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village     The web site of the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan.
Henry Ford
Heritage Association
    The mission of the Henry Ford Heritage Association, as defined by the founding members, is to "foster interest in the life and accomplishments of Henry Ford and to work toward the preservation and interpretation of landmarks associated with his life."
    Besides the excellent source for information about Henry Ford, this site has a number of excellent additional links related to Henry Ford and the Model T Ford.
    For membership information write to: Henry Ford Heritage Association, P.O. Box 2313, Dearborn, Michigan 48123 USA.
McPherson College Offers complete courses in automobile restoration.
Model T Automotive Heritage Complex     The Model T Birthplace, the Piquette Avenue Plant from which the Ford Model T was first produced.
    A Preservation Project, an outgrowth of the Henry Ford Heritage Association.
Edison/Ford Winter Estate Edison-Ford Winter Estate. Information on both Henry Ford and Thomas Edison, as well as pictures of both estates in Florida.
Model T Cam Project Model T Ford Cam Project. Information and research on the design and performance of Model T Ford camshafts.
Museum of Automobiles Museum of Automobiles. #8 Jones Lane. Morrilton, AR 72110.
Phone 501.727.5427. FAX: 501.727.6482.
E-Mail: buddy@museumofautos.com
Old Classic Car Garage Information of various makes of automobiles for sale. Indexed for various brands.
OldRide.com Information of various makes of automobiles of all ages for sale.
Richmond
Indiana
Web site of Depot District of Richmond Indiana, home of the MTFCA Musuem
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Created on March 5, 1996 | Updated May 1, 2011 | Send comments to Jay Klehfoth or Chris Brancaccio