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  • Question for the Alaskan A's...

    Do any of you know just what assembly plant supplied Alaska with the Model A/AA's during 1928 thru 1931? Anyone?



    Has anyone done any research on that aspect of Model A/AA Ford production?



    (Looks like it was a great tour to McCarthy)!



    Thanks.



    Pluck

  • #2
    Most likely Seattle. Most everything came here thru Seattle. (and still does)

    The Model A's that are here now came from all over the States and Canada. Mine in particular came from Southern California, Long Beach or LA??
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    • #3
      Originally posted by CarlG View Post
      Most likely Seattle. Most everything came here thru Seattle. (and still does)

      The Model A's that are here now came from all over the States and Canada. Mine in particular came from Southern California, Long Beach or LA??
      That is kind of what I am thinking Carl as it would seem realistic to do so but sure would like some sort of proof.

      Thanks.

      Pluck

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      • #4
        Mine came up from Northern Michigan.

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