JUST FOR FUN



MODEL A FACTS

Left click and drag the green words with your mouse and place them in the blanks to complete the Model A Ford facts.

1. Model A cars were produced from________________ to ________________.

2. In 1929, the ________________ and ________________ body styles were introduced.

3. More Ford Model A's were built in ________________ than any other year.

4. The Model A had ________________ different parts, compared to just under ________________ parts on the Model T.

5. Mechanical brakes on all four wheels, _____________________, _____________________, _____________________, _____________________, _____________________, _____________________ and a safety laminated glass windshield were standard equipment on the first Model A's.

6. Initially, ________________ were offered as a $15 option.

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MODEL A PUZZLE

Left click and drag the puzzle pieces into place to complete the puzzle. The Model A in the photo belongs to John and Becky Barton, members of the Brazos Valley A's.



A TUNES
by Ray Hinnant

Ray is an avid Model A'er who has a wealth of experiences under his belt. When you look at his cartoons, you will get a chuckle from his wit and humor as it relates to the hobby. Be prepared to have your funny bone tickled as you click the thumbnail to view his cartoons.

Double click the first thumbnail, and then place your mouse in the upper right corner to move forward, or place it in the upper left corner to go to the previous cartoon.

A Tunes Ray Hinnant

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LISTEN TO A MODEL A HORN

Click below to listen to the sound of an Ahooga horn.



TURN ON THE LIGHTS - TURN OFF THE LIGHTS

Did you test the lights on Bob's truck on the front cover? Just slide your mouse (don't click) over the truck and watch them turn "on" and "off." If you missed it, click here and have some fun.



HANK AND ETHEL
by Ginger Wentrcek

How many times have you been scooting down the highway in your Model A and all of a sudden you had to slow down to miss hitting some giant birds that were having a snack in the middle of the road? Well, meet Hank and Ethel, who, by the way, are not your ordinary, typical buzzards. Have a laugh or two as they dine, play, and do some pretty funny buzzard things.

Be sure to watch out for Hank and Ethel on the side of the road as you drive your Model A on your next outing.

Hank and Ethel Ginger Wentrcek

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE copyright

This site, all clip art and animations, unless credited to other source, and the MAFCA logo, are © Ginger Wentrcek.

A Tunes cartoons are © Ray Hinnant.