Links - Cars and People

The intent of this section is to provide links to educate and assist our members to restore their Model A Fords. These sites include Model A, classic/antique vehicle, or historical automotive-related information. Since MAFCA is a non-profit organization, we do not link to sites that are commercial or political.

The selection of each link is carefully considered. If you have suggestions for additional links, please contact Every suggestion will be considered on its own merit. Thank you.

Note: the following links are on this page.
Feel free to scroll up and down instead of clicking on them.

Member E-mail Member Pages Chapter/Region/SIG Pages
North America Model A Sites US Old Car Sites Organizations
Overseas Sites Other sites Videos
Magazines Model A Ford Foundation MAFFI National Model A Museum


Member E-Mail Addresses

Many of MAFCA's members can be contacted via e-mail. Tom Boergert of Virginia maintains this list. You'll find it under MAFCA INFO / PEOPLE. Or you can click here to take a look.


MAFCA Member Pages

Many MAFCA members have web pages that offer technical information and restoration tips. Here are just a few of the best ones.


Special Interest

James Dunn Upland CA Model A Clip Art
Vince Falter Warren MI Interesting Model A & B Facts, Figures, and Photos
Steve Plucker Touchet WA Model A Research Projects
Marco Tahtaras Pleasanton CA Model A Barnyard (Archived)
Neil Wilson Boulder CO AA Fords



Chapter/Region/SIG Web Sites

Many of our chapters have their own web sites. On our Chapters List Pages, select a location
and then look for the links that say Visit our Web Site.

Chapter Web Sites of note:

Santa Anita A's Member Tom Endy has written dozens of technical articles over the last 20 years, many of which were published in The Restorer Magazine
Canadian Model A Ford Foundation The Foundation was created in an effort to collect, research and archive original Canadian Model A literature, parts, upholstery, etc.


North America Model A Web Sites

The following web sites in North America have Model A information. If you find more, please let us know! If the link no longer works, we'd appreciate hearing about that, too.

AHOOGA web site An outstanding site combining Model A message board, History, references, and pictures of Model A cars and trucks.
GAZ Russian
Model A's
History of the GAZ company in Russia which began with the Model A
Ford Barn Model A Message Board
Ford Barn Cyberswap Model A classifieds created by Gus Stangeland
Model A Basics Model A basic and technical discussions - great illustrations
Model A World a web site just for kids and Model A's
Vintage Ford Forum Model A Message Board

USA Old Car Sites

Not strictly Model A, but interesting, nevertheless.

America on Wheels Antique Car Museum - Allentown PA
Classic Shows & Museums The Classic Car Show and Museum Resource Guide
The Dingman Collection Great YouTube video of Michael Dingman's collection of Petrolania Signs and Fords
Early Ford V-8 Club
of America
Devoted to 1932 through 1953 Fords
Early Ford V-8 Foundation A national (501)(c)(3) non-profit corporation, founded in 1992
Ford V8 Message Forum by Gus Stangeland - for 1932-1953 Ford V8 enthusiasts
Horseless Carriage Club of America "The Premier Brass-Era Touring Club"
The LeMay Auto
Museum Project
Tacoma WA. One of the featured activities at the 1994 MAFCA/MARC meet was a visit to this awesome car collection.
Model T Ford Club International Model T National Organization's home page
Model T Ford Club of America Another Model T National Club (Gus)
Vintage Ford Forum Model T, Model A, and early Ford V8 Message Forum

Overseas Old Car Web Sites

Dr. Michael Schwarzer - Germany Dr. Schwarzer's website features the story of the restoration of his 1930 Briggs Town Sedan he found in France in 1961
Copenhagen's Ford A Club Copenhagen Denmark
Model A Ford Club Of the Netherlands  
Model A Ford Club Of South Australia  
Markus Maurer - Switzerland My name is Markus Maurer and I am living in Switzerland. I'm also a member of the MAFCA. For 5 years I have been restoring a Ford Model A pickup and it should be finished in 2 years. The whole restore process is documented month by month on my home page. Now I have translated my German sites into English and maybe they are also interesting for other Model A people
My 1930 Ford owned by Alain Fontaine, France
Netclassics From Lars Hedstrom in Sweden; Model A 189 which arrived in Sweden in early 1928. This is one of the earliest known Model A Fords. Also Russian GAZ AA trucks from 194102/02/14


A list of Model A Organizations is on the Reference Desk page and includes the names and addresses for MAFCA, MARC, and MAFFI.

Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) Action Network is a lobbying group for promoting legislative solutions for the Auto Hobby.

This trade association consists of a diverse group of manufacturers, distributors, retailers, publishing companies, auto restorers, street-rod builders, restylers, car clubs, race teams and more. SEMA members make, buy, sell and use all kinds of specialty parts and accessories to make vehicles more attractive, more unique, more convenient, faster, safer, more fun and even like-new again.

The California Department of Motor Vehicles is making an effort to encourage Californians to utilize its Web site, Customers can now complete many DMV transactions online without ever visiting a field office - saving time and money. California residents can find a variety of information and complete DMV-related transactions including renewing their driver licenses, vehicle registration, change of address and appointment scheduling.

Other Interesting Sites

Dahl Ford of Westby, WI - Family owned since 1911

Henry Ford Story

Henry Ford Heritage Association - The Association was founded in 1990 by 31 individuals who shared a common interest in the life of Henry Ford. The mission of the Association 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." We currently have over 900 members from 6 countries around the world.
Posted 12/2016

Henry Ford/Thomas Edison Winter Estates - Homes of the famous Friends in Fort Myers, Florida.

Model A's that fly - See an airplane powered by a Model A engine on the Brodhead Pietenpol Association page.

Northwest Vintage Speedsters - A group based in Portland Oregon that focuses on Model A and other vintage speedsters. Great photos. 11/27/05

Old Gas Stations - a glimpse of old gas stations from the 20th century

Video Clips

Video clips can now be found in the FUN STUFF menu. Click Here to go there now.


Note: links to many sites become "broken" over time - their "owners" move them or delete them.
If you encounter any links that don't work, please send an e-mail to the Webmaster.

Last Updated: 04/18/24