Ford Parts Vendors

  • Dennis Carpenter Reproductions
  • Macs Antique Auto Parts
  • Bob Drake Reproductions
  • Bradley Floor Pans
    Brand new web site! Paul Bradley makes high quality floor pans for 1933 - 1951 Fords, Mercs and Lincolns.
  • Dick Spadaro Early Ford Reproductions
  • Stromberg Carburetors
    Great site for parts for your 97s and 94s. ALSO, they are reproducing the famous 97!! Check them out.
  • C&G Ford Parts
  • Mercury Parts: 1949-56
    They specialize in 1949 - 1956 Mercury parts, new, used, and reproduction parts, such as lenses, emblems, rubber items, door sills, shop manuals, chrome and stainless trim, hubcaps, etc.
  • Early Ford Parts
    Another parts vendor specializing in 1932-53 Ford V-8 parts and Ford Model A parts.
  • Red's Headers
    Red's got some neat stuff for the Flathead, PLUS info on the new French-made Flathead V-8s and tech articles in his "Engine Talk" section.
  • RJL Auto Fasteners
    Hey, they're right here in Rochester! Manufacturer and Supplier of Obsolete Fasteners. Lots of hard to find clips.
  • Roadsters/Ford
    This site has a comprehensive listing of over 50 Ford Parts sources. A handy bunch of links all in one place!
  • Flathead Jack
    For you guys & gals who INSIST on driving those Flatheads FAST, check out Flathead Jack. He sells speed equipment and has lots of answers to technical questions on his Jack Sez page!
  • RockAuto Parts
    This incredible on-line parts site is for virtually all makes of cars. The home page lets you choose the make, then year, model, classification of part, etc. The best part is, they also show the SPECS for the parts you need! Check them out.
  • Midwest Early Ford
    Midwest Early Ford in Springfield, Ohio. Since 1970, a retailer of 1928-1956 Ford parts.



Early Ford V-8 Regional Groups



Car Clubs/Club Info

  • Genesee Valley Antique Car Society
    These are our friends in the local AACA.
  • 1949-51 Ford-Mercury Club
    "Shoebox" Fords: all about the '49 - '51 Fords & Mercs.
  • Ford 9N-2N-8N Tractors
    This site calls itself, "Research & Restoration Headquarters". Comes with a discussion board.
  • 9N-2N-8N-NAA Tractors
    This is sort of a Ford Tractor Club, but without the meetings - just the newsletter. We highly recommentd the N-Newsletter for those of you who own a Ford N series tractor. Get all the info at their great web site!
  • Street Machines of Rochester
    Nice site with lots of content.
  • Carlynx
    A great site to research automobiles of all makes. The Ford section has links to many clubs as well as parts vendors, book titles, news groups, etc.
  • NY & PA CAR SHOWS
    A site hosted by Don Holton of Elmira, NY. A car nut of epic proportions, he includes a nice link to area car shows. For those that are interested in attending any Upstate NY/Northeast-Central PA car shows you might want to take a look at this Calendar of Events.
  • Western NY Car Clubs
  • ALL-FORD Show Listings
    Don Holton's comprehensive listing of car shows featuring All Fords. These are shows from all over the country, not just in our area. Check it out to see if there's a show where you're traveling to on vacation or business!



Sites Pertaining to Fords

  • Early Ford V-8 Club of America
    This is the web site for the National Early Ford V-8 Club
  • Early Ford V-8 Foundation
    The Early Ford V-8 Foundation is "Dedicated to the Preservation of 1932-1953 Ford History" The Foundation is currently having a Membership Drive and a Building Fund Drive to raise funds to build a Museum. Check it their New site!
  • Ford Motor Co.
    Maybe not much in the way of old cars, but a wealth of auto info, including the latest news on Ford Motor Co and Ford vehicles. Even a nice history section.
  • The HENRY FORD
    This is the link to The Henry Ford. Formerly known as The Henry Ford Museum, it now encompasses the entire complex, including Greenfield Village.
  • The Henry Ford Heritage Association
    The HENRY FORD HERITAGE ASSOCIATION was formed to foster interest in the life and accomplishments of Henry Ford and to preserve and interpret the landmarks associated with his life.
  • VanPelt's Ford Flathead V-8 Page
    A remarkable site filled with everything Flathead Ford!! From Tune-up specs and Engine Identification to Parts Drawings and Ford Sound Effects. A great site to visit - often!
  • FlatHeadFord of Sweden
    Robert Lundin of Sweden created this great site to honor the Ford Flatheaqd V-8. Lots of great info.
  • Yank Tanks
    Dedicated to the American Car. This link takes you to MANY Ford-related sites, and also a list of scores of other American makes sites!
  • Love Fords
    An "On-Line Club" for owners and admirers of all Ford, Mercury, Edsel, and Lincoln Vehicles. A neat site.
  • Flathead Fords and Nostalgia Drag Racing
    A site dedicated to Ford Flathead Drag Racing. This site is primarily to share photographs of flatheads and other nostalgia drag racing cars and to pass on interesting technical information.
  • Flatheaders OnLine
    Great TECHNO Site. Plenty of answers to Flathead problems.
  • John's Old Car and Truck Ads
    A great site featuring dozens of Ford Ads. Very interesting!
  • Ford Barn
    A neat site which includes forums, cars & parts for sale and interesting links. Dedicated to the Early Ford V-8, Model A & T and street rodders.
  • Flathead Forums
    Awesome site for answers to your Flathead questions.javascript:this.document.forms[0].submit()
  • Don's Auto Pages
    Amazing number of links related to all NZ and International Motorsport and Automotive information including: Formula 1, Nascar, World Rally Cup, Alternate Fuels,Kitcars and all makes of cars.
  • Old Ford Trucks
    Neat site featuring Old Ford Trucks of all years.
  • VintageCarburetionTechnologies
    Vintage Carburetion Technologies... Jere Jobe's carbureator restoration and repair site. Good information on both carbureation and ignition systems for Ford flatheads.
  • Classic Car.Com
    Lots of interesting stuff, including tech tips and restoration tips and forums.
  • Classic Truck Stop.Com
    Ditto for Trucks.
  • Fordnatics
    The name says it all! Lots of interesting links to all things automotive.
  • Marvin Baumann Ford N Tractors
    Marvin Baumann is from Monroe, Mich. This site features his collection of Ford N Tractors.



Ford Books, Magazines

  • Silverado Publishing
    Silverado Publishing... Good "resource" type web site for Lorin Sorensen publications. He's the famous author of the Fordiana series of oversized Ford photo albums and history.
  • Legendary Ford Magazine
    Legendary Ford Magazine caters to all the classic Ford, Mercury, and Lincoln fans out there. It covers Blue Oval iron from the 50s, 60s, and 70s.
  • Motorbooks.com
    This is the same company that sends you Classic Motorbooks International catalogs. This is their web site
  • Voss Motors
    They claim over 40,000 auto-related books. Nice web site with plenty of early Ford books.
  • McLellans Automotive
    Formerly Walter Miller's Literature.



History/Resources/Misc

  • ENGINE TALK
    Part of Reds Headers web site, this page contains all the "Engine Talk" articles that appeared in the V-8 Times since 1998. Great technical info!
  • Car Craft Magazine
    Great resource for learning "How to" repair and maintain your car. Several categories. Free!
  • Wayne State University
    Wayne State University "The Changing Face of the Auto Industry"... 1890-1940 - Good Historical Auto Resource -
  • SEMA Action Network
    SEMA keeps close tabs on legislators in Washington, DC, and also in each state within the U.S., so SEMA members and anyone who loves cars and trucks can protest pending legislation that might harm our hobby, as well as endorse legislation that’s good for car lovers.
  • Old Iron Online
    It's called "The old Car Manual Project" and is filled with brochures and manuals for a variety of auto makes and models. The brochures are "donated" to the site by visitors. Very unique!
  • Roadside Peek
    Welcome to Roadside Peek... A must see web site for those who fondly recall the historical and colorful roadside vernacular of the past. Take a journey in time down the old roads of America.