On July 10, 2007 the "Canadian Model A Ford Foundation" was created in an effort to collect, research and archive original Canadian Model A literature, parts, upholstery, etc. The foundation was created out of necessity mainly because of the lack of information and documentation pertaining to Canadian Model A's. Many Canadian Model A restorers are unaware that Ford of Canada lost their original Model A records, drawings, blueprints, etc., in the Rotunda fire of 1962. In addition, due to recent cutbacks, Ford of Canada have closed their Canadian archives indefinitely.

Since the foundations inception, the Canadian Model A Ford Foundation has worked directly with the Model A Restorers Club (MARC) and the Model A Ford Club of America (MAFCA) in an effort to improve "The Restoration Guidelines and Judging Standards". It is our intent to continue our research and post the information as it becomes available.






July 10, 2007 to - July 10, 2017 - The Canadian Model A Ford Foundation 10 Year Anniversary!

February 2017 - Peter Robinson of New Zealand donates copies of 1928 New Zealand Instruction Manual, Parts Price List and "A Report by J. Harrison, on the Performance of the New Car". Watch for these to be added to our online library shortly.

January 2017 - MAFCA/MARC Restoration Guidelines and Judging Standards - Revision 4 are now available. The Canadian supplement has increased from 11 to 40 pages! The new material now includes glass, paint and interior trim information.



MembershipThe Canadian Model A Ford Foundation is a non-profit organization and welcomes contributors and visitors worldwide. Having met our goal to collect and improve the current Restoration Guidelines and Judging Standards, we have decided to open our online library to the general public.

Membership applications are no longer accepted and we do not maintain a membership roster.



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