Contact the Canadian Automotive Museum

 

 

99 Simcoe Street South
Central Oshawa, ON, L1H 4G7

(905) 576-1222

Since 1963 the Canadian Automotive Museum has preserved and shared the history of the Canadian automotive industry.

1915 Ford Model T

 

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This 1915 Ford Model T marks a change in the way Ford manufactured his vehicles: no longer using yellow or red paint, which took longer to dry, Ford had switched to an all-black vehicle with a slightly smaller body, electric lighting, and a new dashboard made of metal instead of wood. Our Model T was produced in Windsor, Ontario- one of 757,888 to be made here. Come visit the Canadian Automotive Museum today to learn more about automobile manufacturing in Canada.