The "Canadian Model A Ford Foundation" was established in 2007 by Rick Jones of Windsor, Ont. (deceased) Carl Becker of North Saanich, B.C. Everett Hessels of Blyth, Ont., Al Shannon of Calgary, Alberta., Al Glen of Surrey, B.C. and John Carlson of Belcarra, B.C. Together we agreed to proceed with creating a foundation that would benefit all those interested in Canadian built, Model A Ford's.

The Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation registered in the Province of British Columbia under the B.C. Societies Act..

"The goal of the Foundation is to collect, research, and archive Canadian Model A Literature, parts, paint, upholstery, etc., for current and future restorers. The information gathered will also be used to help improve the Canadian section of the joint MARC/MAFCA Model A Judging Standards”.

Early in 2007 the Ford Motor Company was contacted with regards to the intentions of the foundation. On May 8, 2007 Ford's Licensing department granted the use of the word "Ford" within the foundation name. On July 10, 2007 the "Canadian Model A Ford Foundation" became incorporated under the "Society Act" in the Province of British Columbia as a non-profit foundation.

We need your help! Collectively as a group we can work together to collect, research and archive Canadian Model A materials.
If you would like to be an active member or have original items that you would like to donate, we would appreciate hearing from you.






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