Early Ford V-8 Foundation and Museum • Auburn, Indiana - Ford Flathead V-8 - 1932 - 1953 Ford Products
The V-8 Museum's Final
Expansion Design!Click Here for the Floorplan
Our "Buy the Foot " campaign was established to fund the Museum's Expansion.
You can also click on FORD STORE
to "Buy" square feet online.
Stop and see us at Hershey! Oct. 5-8, Chocolate Field Spaces CL 5-8. We'll have a trailer-full of parts for sale as well as other items.
Join or renew your membership also!
DEUCE DAY benefits the Early Ford V-8 Museum!
Hot off the Press! Finally, a comprehensive reference book on Ford Badges and ID items. This book is copyrighted and published by the Early Ford V-8 Foundation & Museum. Click on FORD STORE for all the details on how you can purchase this book and Genuine Ford Rouge Badges.
NEW! Donation Form for Individuals who prefer to send a check:print and fill out the Individual FormMail-In Form
For Regional Groups who wish to make a donation by check, print and fill out the RG Form
We're NOT your typical Museum. We feature Flathead V-8 engines, transmissions, rear axles (many of them "cut-a-way" models showing the inner workings); two complete Ford V-8 Chassis: a 1940 Mercury and a running 1932; tons of memorabilia, service items, including test equipment and tools; a dashboard collection, carburetors, tires & rims, clocks for every early V-8 year; Schramm air compressors, showroom banners, advertising posters, even a Ford Model A Coupe to show the progress when the '32 V-8 came out, and on and on. All Genuine Ford. We've got enough Fantastic Ford items to keep you busy "exploring" for many hours. Our Reference Library is being organized with hundreds of books, manuals and Ford DVD videos. An irresistible mecca for the Ford V-8 enthusiast! And we're still adding to the collection.
The Early Ford V-8 Foundation and the Ford V-8 Museum are not affiliated with the Ford Foundation or Ford Motor Company. We are Ford enthusiasts wanting to tell the history of the Ford Motor Company for others to enjoy.
Under US tax law, contributions to the Foundation are normally tax-deductible. Contributors are urged to seek professional tax advice to ensure that their particular contributions meet the requirements for deductibility.
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