These ongoing projects and studies include
the evolution of the:
Also included is an index of articles pertaining
to the restoration of the Model A Ford. These articles are represented
What I am requesting from you, the Model A Ford hobbyist, is to
provide what information you can to enhance the data base studies
within this site. Everyday, more and more information is lost and
that is something we must try to prevent and not let this information
slip away from us.
WHAT I AM LOOKING FOR
The following items are things I am
looking for to do future studies to incorporate into The Restorer
or Model A News or just to have in my collection of Model A Ford
November 14, 2006:
- Universal joint
housing outer caps, upper and lower halves. The upper half
must have the part number of A-4517-B1 and the lower half must
have the part number of A-4514-B1. These part numbers are
either raised, indicating a forging, or stamped into the part
itself indicating a casting.
- There are “B2” parts but I need the
- A 3 record set which
are the “demonstration lectures” concerning the Model A Ford.
May also be called “All About the New Ford”. These records
were prepared by the Ford Motor Company and were listed in the
January, 1928 Ford Dealer and Service Field Vol. 29, # 1, page
41 and 44. They are double faced 10-inch discs which were
excellent in training the Ford salesman. They were recorded
by the Individual Recording Company in Cincinnati, Ohio.
- Copies of “Ford Dealer and Service
- Copies of “Ford News”, 1928-1931
If you have any of the items listed,
check out the site and if there are some things which you can contribute
to, please let me know. I hope that this will be a useful aid to
you and your restoration.
when I was living in Sacramento, California I got the idea of constructing
a Model A Ford Assembly line using 1/25 scale models of the AMT/ERTL
1929 Model A Ford Roadster.
So, I've designed and created a scale model of the Ford Model A
Production Assembly Line. Click
here to learn more and to view pictures of this project.