Updated 12/28/2003
Visitor Count: 1518

Down the Road

It's getting late and time to move on down the road. We are sorry to see you go, but pleased you took the time to visit. Remember, this old place requires constant maintenance and upgrading. Please come by on your next trip and see what's new.

The table below provides road signs to other Model 'A' related sites. We're now including Model 'A' Ford clubs, other Ford Model A sites, and historically related sites. Thanks again for coming.

 
Model 'A' Ford Clubs
Where to Visit Description
Model A Ford Club of America  A nation wide club with a chapter in
your area - Lots of good information
Model A Restorers Club A nation wide club with a region in
your area - Lots of good information
Dallas Model A Ford Club A chapter of MAFCA and region of
MARC - Photo gallery and more
Danish Ford Model A Club Model A's and activities from Denmark
- Much to see!
Model A Ford Club Of South Australia Model A's and activities from Australia
- Check it out!
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Ford Model 'A' Sites
Where to Visit Description
Jim Mason's Model A Homepage A very good source for information -
Check it out!
Ken's Garage Fun Model A projects from
Ken Miller in East Tennessee
Henning Sorensen's Ford@DK Model 'A' photos, people, and stories
- From Denmark
Model A Message Board at Fordbarn Post questions or answers - A great
place to share information or browse
Model A Message Board at Ahooga Post questions or answers - A great
place to share information or browse
Dale's Ford Model-A Web Site Another Model A photo gallery, other
information and Model A Ford links
Model A Ford Forum Another place to share information or
browse - On the Dallas 'A' Club site
NetClassics An interesting Model A section
- Lars Hedstrom of Sweden
Early Ford Models in South Africa A mix of early Fords
- Mostly Model A's
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Model 'A' Ford Related Sites
Where to Visit Description
Henry Ford Museum... & Greenfield Village site features
condensed historical information
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