Old Dominion Model A Ford Club 


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MODEL A's


First produced on October 20, 1927, but not shown in show rooms or sold until December 2, 1927.


By February 4th, 1929, one million Model A's had been sold.


By July 24th, two million.


By March 1930, Model A sales hit three million.


When production ended in March, 1932, there were 4,849,340


The mass production techniques Henry Ford developed eventually  provided the Ford Motor Company the ability to roll off the assembly line  one Model T every 24 seconds.

facts from the history channel

Henry Ford (1863-1947) built his first gasoline-powered horseless carriage, the Quadricycle, in the shed behind his home. In 1903, he established the Ford Motor Company, and five years later the company rolled out the first Model T.

​Production lasted 18 years.

WHEN GOING ON TOURS WITH A GROUP OR CLUB


Allow triple your speed in feet between cars for braking and other unexpected events.


If the car behind you slows down or flashes their lights, then flash your lights to slow the group ahead. The lead car should pull over at the next safe area.


You are responsible for the car in front and behind you.


Use your two way radio or cell phone if needed.


Last car in line  should notify those ahead when traffic is backing up behind them so the group can safely pull over to let the moderns go by.


​Be Courteous





Any colour - so long as it's black.

Refering to Model T's

Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal.


Quotes from Henry Ford

Quality means doing it right when no one is looking.

           Henry Ford's Legacy

This list was compiled by 

The Early Ford V-8 Foundation


The Model T

The Model A

The Ford V-8 cars, Trucks and Engines

Fordson Tractors

The Ford Tri-Motor airplane

The Rotunda Building (Burned 1962)

Mercury, Lincoln

The moving assembly line

The modern middle class wage program that enabled Ford Motor Company employees the ability to afford the vehicles they were building

WW ll production of jeeps and airplanes

Many iconic sayings


Visit www.fordv8foundation.org

for other interesting facts and historical information about early Fords.


​October 7, 1913

First Continuously moving assembly line by Ford.