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Donations made by clubs and individuals. "Without them, this site and much of our research would not exist!
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April 21, 2016 - A huge thank you to The National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada (NAACC)! They've donated $500.00 to the Canadian Model A Ford Foundation! With continued donations and support from the NAACC, we've been able to expand our library and move the foundation forward. Now in our 9th year, we look back at what we have achieved in a relatively short time period, much of which can be contributed to the donations and support from the NAACC and its members, thank you! To date, we have received a total of $3,500.00 dollars! For more information on the NAACC, click on the following link. http://www.naacc.ca/home.html

November 18, 2013 - The National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada (NAACC) have done it again! They've donated $500.00 to the Canadian Model A Ford Foundation! With continued donations and support from the NAACC, we've been able to expand our library of original literature, documents and parts. We now have one of the largest libraries of Canadian Model A literature in North America. Our continued success can largely be contributed to the donations and support from the NAACC and its members, thank you! To date, we have received a total of $3,000.00 dollars! For more information on the NAACC, click on the following link. http://www.naacc.ca/home.html

April 15, 2013 - The National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada (NAACC) once again has donated $500.00 to the Canadian Model A Ford Foundation! We are extremely pleased by the support we have received from the members of the NAACC. Now entering our sixth year, we are making some real inroads in our research with regards to Canadian paint and upholstery. Our continued success can largely be contributed to the donations and support from the NAACC and its members, thank you! To date, we have received a total of $2,500.00 dollars from the NAACC and its members! For more information on the NAACC, click on the following link. http://www.naacc.ca/home.html

 

April 15, 2013 - Chris Pitman of Woombye, Queensland, Australia - Sent a copy of his 1932 Australian Model A Parts Book for our library. The book is dated June 1, 1932 and was printed in Australia. The front cover of the book includes "Westcott, Hazell & Moore Ltd., apparently a large wholesale distributor in Queensland. Thanks Chris for taking the time to scan and send us a copy of this important parts book!

January 29, 2013 - Dan Gambill of the Arizona Town Sedan Club purchased a brick on behalf of the Canadian Model A Ford Foundation for the Model A Ford Foundation Museum located in Hickory Corners, MI. Dan is one of those individuals who often work behind the scenes helping where ever he can to promote and assist this hobby for others and future generations. We wish to thank Dan and his wife Lisa for their generous contribution to the MAFFI museum. http://www.maffi.org/index.htm

August 15, 2012 - The National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada (NAACC) donated $500.00 to the Canadian Model A Ford Foundation! Our success can largely be contributed to the donations and support from the NAACC and its members, thank you! To date, we have received a total of $2,000.00 dollars from the NAACC! In the last five years, the NAACC has been a major player in helping us acquire a good deal of our library materials and original parts for research and our archives. Earlier this year, CMAFF was able to acquire a large private collection of original Canadian literature. This new literature will be scanned and uploaded to our online library later this fall. For more information on the NAACC, click on the following link. http://www.naacc.ca/home.html

February 27, 2012 - Dan Gambill of Casa Grande, Arizona donated $100.00 to help fund the foundation. The funds will help to acquire additional original literature and help to keep this web site up and running. Our thanks to Dan Gambill!

October 14, 2011 - Justin Bicknell of Napier, New Zealand donated an original 1929 New Zealand Model A "Right Hand Drive" Instruction Book. The manual is available to view in the online library. Many thanks to Justin Bicknell!

September 17, 2011 - Richard Gaska of British Columbia, Canada donated a set of "Made in Canada" Model A tools. The tools are neatly arranged on a white board for displaying. A big thank you to Richard for this contribution.

September 15, 2011 - Mark Wilson of Ontario, Canada donated over 150 digital photo's of his original 1931 Canadian built Victoria. This vehicle is an extremely rare and very unique in that it has black leather (orginial) upholstery as per Canadian Service Letter #764. A link to these pictures will be added to the library shortly. Thanks to Mark for his support in helping document historical information on this extremely rare vehicle.

June 1, 2011 - Chris Pitman of Woombye, Queensland, Australia donated a scanned copy of his 1928 Right Hand Drive "Motor Cars" brochure. A big thanks to Chris! We always appreciate receiving copies and when ever possible original literature for the online library. We will be posting this later this fall.

June 1, 2011 - We would like to thank the members of the Lions Gate Model A Ford Club for their recent generous donation to the Canadian Model A Ford Foundation. A portion of the donation will be used to add additional literature to the current on-line library as well as original Canadian parts, etc. We gratefully appreciate the donation and support from the Lions Gate Model A Club and its members. www.lionsgatemodelaclub.com

February 15, 2011 - The National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada (NAACC) donate $500.00 to the Canadian Model A Ford Foundation! We truly appreciate the NAACC support and contributions to date! These funds will help the foundation acquire and archive Canadian Model A Ford items for current and future restorers worldwide! The NAACC are truly made up of a great bunch of collectors and enthusiast who not only safeguard the antique & classic car industry in Canada, but go out of their way to help financially support it. To date, the NAACC have donated a total of $1500.00 to CMAFF. For more information on the NAACC, click on the following link. http://www.naacc.ca/home.html

November 28, 2010, Noel Cleveland of Cloverdale, B.C. donated a McKinnon Industries adjustable wrench with Ford Script. McKinnon Industries produced limited quantities of pliers, wrenches and adjustable wrenches for both Model T and early Model A's. Thanks Noel for this important donation to the Canadian Model A Ford Foundation!

October 2010, Mike LaPolla of Burley, Washington donated interior fabric samples, trim and Robertson screws from his Canadian built 1930 Standard Coupe. Although the fabric has seen better days, there is still a good deal of information on the type of fabric, color, stitching, trim, panel board, etc. Thank you Mike for realizing how important it is to save and archive even worn out upholstery for future restorers.

March 2010, Les Pearson of Canterbury, New Zealand scanned two New Zealand Parts books from 1931 & 1932 and donated the images on disk for our foundation members. Thanks Les for taking the time to scan your Parts books and submit this material for the foundation online library!

March 2010, Merrill Hewitt of Keremeos, British Columbia donated a rare Canadian printed full color brochure from 1928. A scanned copy is available to view in the online library. This is an exceptionally rare original brochure showing many of the new features, specifications, etc. Thanks Merrill for your generous donation!

November 2009, Kevin Straw of New Zealand loaned the foundation a number of New Zealand Model A manuals and parts books for scanning. Kevin and his wife Judy are in charge of the "A Ford Script" news letter in New Zealand. Thanks kevin for loaning the manuals & literature! They are a great addition to the library!

Rick Jones of Windsor, Ontario (deceased) donated copies of Canadian Service Letters as well as many leads on Canadian suppliers.

November 2008, the NAACC has generously donated another $500.00 to CMAFF! John Carlson, President of the National Association of Antique Automobile Clubs of Canada presented a second cheque to the "Canadian Model A Ford Foundation" for the amount of $500.00. The funds will be used to help purchase additional Canadian Ford Model A artifacts for our archives. The "Canadian Model A Ford Foundation" would like to thank John Carlson and members of NAACC for their very generous donations totaling $1,000.00!

Bill Swantko donates $500.00: Bill Swantko of West Hill, Ontario donates $500.00 to help fund the Canadian Model A Ford Foundation! Bill is restoring a Canadian built 1928 Model A Special Coupe and like so many Canadian restorers is interested in Canadian Model A information. Bill felt that creating an archive of Canadian Model A materials and information would not only benefit current restorers, but future ones as well. A special thank you to Bill for his very generous donation!.

Terry Wilson of Qualicum Beach, B.C. donated many original Canadian Model A parts. Terry has a real passion for Model A's and over the years has enjoyed owning several models. Thanks Terry for your generosity!

Al Glen of Surrey, B.C. donated many original Canadian Model A parts and literature. Al owns a rare Canadian built 31 Cabriolet, 31 Sport Coupe and a 1931 Canadian Roadster pickup. Thanks Al for the many rare parts and literature!

Ross McCloud of Aldergrove, B.C. donated several Canadian made Model A parts. Ross owns and operates a Model A parts business in Aldergrove and has a collection of Model A's including a rare Canadian Model A Postal Truck, Canadian Model A Ford Snowmobile and a Taxi. Thanks Ross for your generosity!

Carl Becker of North Saanich, B.C. donated several original Canadian Instruction Manuals, Sales Literature, Parts Catalogues, Advertising, etc. Carl owns a rare 1931 Canadian Model A Deluxe Roadster which he and Bob Crowley spent nearly 6 yrs restoring. The roadster received 476 points at the 2008 NWRM in Medford, Oregon.

Everett Hessels of Blyth, Ontario donated copies of Canadian Service Letters and photographs. Everett recently finished restoring a pages/1930 Canadian built roadster pickup which received 473 points at Dallas 2008 MAFCA/MARC World Meet. Congratulations Everett on a job well done!

 

 

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