Early Ford V-8 Foundation and Museum • Auburn, Indiana - Ford Flathead V-8 - 1932 - 1953 Ford Products
Expansion Plan Revealed. The plan above is what the Museum hopes to begin constructing in the Spring. Our "Buy the Foot" campaign was established to fund it.
You can also click on FORD STORE to "Buy" square feet online.
Back in 2012, Foundation supporter, Terry Oberer of Byrnes Mill, MO. passed away. His wish was to have this beautiful and very rare 1933 Ford 4 cylinder sedan donated to the Early Ford V-8 Foundation Museum. View a great "My Car Story" video on this car by Lou Costabile. We'll feature more "My Car Stories" in the future. Keep checking our site!
SPECIAL CLUB BRICK PROMOTION. Sign up 5 new members to the Foundation, and your club will earn a Free 4"X8" Brick! Click on "Bricks" in the menu to get a brick 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.
Click below to see a great video about our Museum.
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.