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Model A Ford Supplier and Resource Links Page

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010
 

 

Model A Ford Supplier and Resource Links Page

 I have complied a few links of companies that re-produce, or sell Model A Ford parts.  This would include Fords made in 1928, 1929, 1930, and 1931.  Many of these companies will also sell parts for the Model T Ford and 1932 Ford and newer models.  As I find more, I will be updating this page.

If anybody can suggest other links, please use the “CONTACT 1929fordhotrod.com” button at the top of this post and let me know so I can add them to this page.  It’s all about making vintage and custom car repair easy for all involved.

 Brookville Roadster is known for their “Body of Steel”.  They produce several Model A Ford bodies, 1932 Ford Roadster, and the 1932 Ford Coupe bodies.  Brookville Roadster also sells accessories, chassis kits, and a variety of starter kits.  I have personnally ordered many parts from Brookville Roadsters and found them to be very helpful and cooperative.  They even shipped to me, 1928 Ford Roadster doors, 1932 dash, 1929 windshield frame / parts, and the 1932 radiator shell / grille insert all via the post office.  Shipping to Canada from other countries is the most cost effective method of shipping especially when items arrive at the door.  Carriers like UPS, and Fedex have extremely high brokerage fees over and above the regular cost of shipping.  I can remember one instance purchasing a set of gauges on eBay about $45 including shipping.  Once the item arrived at my place, the Fedex guy wanted an additional $28 for the item.  He tried to explain that this was Fedex’s cost for submitting the taxes to the government.  I must say that is very expensive handling of money.  The deal I thought I had was no deal at all now.  So the moral of the story here is, know all of your shipping costs especially when ordering items outside of your country.  My suggestion, especially for Canadians, is to use the post office.   Here is the Brookville Roadsters link:

 http://brookvilleroadster.com/

 The Model A Ford Workshop is a great resource for a variety of topics valuable to the hot rodder and vintage car restorer.  Here is the Model A Ford Workshop link:

 http://www.abarnyard.com/workshop/workshop.shtml

Snyders Antique Auto Parts has been around for over 50 years now.  Snyders Antique Auto sells Model A Ford, Model T Ford, AA Ford truck parts, along with many other items.  Snyders Antique Auto Parts link is:

http://www.snydersantiqueauto.com/modelaparts

MAC’s Auto Parts sell parts and accessories for Fords and Mercury’s from 1909 to the 1970s.   MAC’s lonk is:

 http://macsautoparts.com/

Bert’s Model A Store is an interesting site.  They sell parts, have a technical tips section, and links to other Ford sites.  This store sells reproduction and original parts.  Bert’s Model A Store’s link is:

 http://www.modelastore.com/

Bob Drake sell everything you might want for your 1932 to 1948 Ford V8, 1948 to 1966 Ford pickups, 1949 and later cars, along with books, prints, gas tanks and much more.  Bob Drake’s link is:

 http://store.bobdrake.com/

 The Model A Ford Club of America MAFCA is an interesting and valuable resourse.  There is all kinds of technical information, links, publications, and references that should not be passed by.  The MAFCA link is:

 http://www.mafca.com/

The Model A Ford Club of America MAFCA  has a great list for parts and suppliers.  This most likely the most complete list around.  It can be found at the following link:

http://www.mafca.com/suppliers.html

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