Model T Museum

The Model T Museum is committed to collecting, preserving, and exhibiting artifacts from the Model T Ford era for future generations through displays and events that educate people of all ages on the history, lore, and skills needed to maintain the car that put the world on wheels. (Mission Statement)
The Museum exhibits include important holdings such as the Model T Touring #337, a Model N, a WW1 Army Ambulance, a Fordson Traxson, ‘haunted’ Model T Snowmobile mail truck, 1923 English-built Town Car that was used in the film “Chariots of Fire”, a 1925 Fire Truck, and a 1931 Pietenpol Sky Scout airplane with a Model T engine. The collection includes both permanent and loaned vehicles so there are often new items to see. In addition to the Model Ts, the Museum has a varied collection of rare Model T-era tools and objects, such as an original set of magnetos, coil testers, art, letters, oil cans, porcelain license plates, etc. There is also a nice collection of old and some rare books in the library. The Museum Store offers MTFCA and Ford branded items ranging from T-shirts to umbrellas and a nice offering of Model T and vintage car books. The Model T Museum is located in the Historic Depot District in Richmond, Indiana, just steps away from great places to eat, shop for antiques, furniture, and crafting.

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