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Old 12-21-2010, 03:39 PM   #1
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Default Museums With Model T's

This is a project started by some of the guys over at the Model T Ford Club of America forum that I've adopted.

If you know of any museums not on the list, let me know and I will add them. A list like this is ideal when traveling and not knowing what's in a given area.

The list is in the left sidebar on the main page of my site which is listed below.

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Old 12-21-2010, 04:13 PM   #2
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The Towe Museum in Sacramento is still filled with many Fords and lots of them are model T Fords. The Lane County museum in Eugene Oregon, (go Ducks!), has 1 nice old original 1913 or 14 touring on display also, plus many horse drawn vehicles.
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The Canadian Automotive Museum in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada always has over 65 cars on display, 3 of them are Ts. There is a TT gasoline tank truck, a 1915 restored touring, and what is considered the first 1909 T built in Canada. The 1909 is essentially original but was painted once in the early 1950s. The factory top & upholstery are in place & in good shape. The museum is open 364 days a year - it will be closed on Christmas day. It is a world class collection ranging from 1898 to 1988 - well worth seeing!
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The Dickinson County Heritage Center here in Abilene KS has a model T in it.

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Thanks guys. I added those to the list.
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Owl's Head Museum near Rockland Maine has some T's and a bunch of early cars and aircraft.
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John,

Thanks! Added that one to the list.
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