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Old 07-16-2020, 02:02 PM   #1
jkflathead
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Default The Early Ford V-8 Museum is Open!

The Early Ford V-8 Foundation Museum is again open for business in Auburn, Indiana. Come for a visit. See the Floyd Motors gallery with a re-created 1936 Ford dealership and one of every 1936 Ford made. Come and experience the Carpenter Industries 1940 Ford garage, equipped with all correct Ford equipment and signage. Come and see the Eaton Speed shop, a 1950's speed shop installed in the Museum. We have flathead race cars, hot rods, stock cars and lots of beautiful 1932-1953 Ford and Mercurys and all the "stuff" that goes with the production of Ford Motor Company during that time. Buy a raffle ticket for a chance to win a 1957 Mercury or $10,000 in cash. Tickets are $10.00. Contact the Museum to purchase a ticket. Become a member. You will enjoy being a part of this project. fordv8foundation.org
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