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I'm rebuilding this Ford from Austrlia for the great race. I need to know about how the wooden subframe is layed out. Can anyone help us? We are highschool students.

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Good luck with your project!I think you need to post that question on the Model A Ford Club of America website. Check to see if there is an A Club in Australia. If my memory is correct all Model A Fords that were assembled in Australia had to have bodies that were built there.<p>[ 01-21-2002: Message edited by: 1937hd45 ]

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I've tried Ford, they sent me to a museum about Ford who has not answered. We are still looking for info about that wooden subframe. Thanks all that responded.<BR><B>null</B>

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Hal,<BR>Thanks for the response. We have our subframe together with the help of a friend of out teacher. This is a great site with many friendly people. Thanks again. <P>Carl<BR> rolleyes.gif" border="0

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If you try <A HREF="http://www.ahooga.com" TARGET=_blank>http://www.ahooga.com</A> or <A HREF="http://www.fordbarn.com" TARGET=_blank>http://www.fordbarn.com</A> you can try out those specific message boards for the Model A Ford. The MAFCA site has a complete list of e-mail for members and you can give that a shot as well. Just leads that may be of help in your search. There is a specific Austrailian A site. I don't have the site bookmarked, but it is a good site. The ahooga folks frequently get messages from some of the Aussies.<P>Good luck on her,<BR>Huey

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