Welcome to the Museum of American Heritage’s First Virtual Vintage Vehicle & Family Festival!

The Museum of American Heritage usually puts on an annual car show as its signature fundraising event, the first Saturday of May. Due to the pandemic, we have decided to take our event virtual. Please enjoy browsing through our car show!

MOAH and the City of Palo Alto also usually collaborate every May to bring you both the May Fete Parade & Fair as well as our car show. This year will be different– the May Fete Parade will be doing what is called a reverse parade. People are invited to have stationary displays that will be mapped out and you can drive by to see each display. For more details, visit their website.

Take a look at the vintage vehicles and click on the links for more info.

1926 Ford Model T Pick Up

The first pickup truck, which was a variant of the Model T. Ford made 75,000 beds and 34,000 pickup vehicles in 1926. Uses four-cylinder engines. Has 20 horsepower.

1940 Buick Special

Full-size automobile. Eight cylinder engine. The Buick Special has been featured in movies such as Mildred Pierce and Small Town Conspiracy.

1931 Ford Model A

By February 4, 1929, one million Model As had been sold. In just a few months, by July 24, 1929, two million had been sold. By 1930, nine body styles were available. Sold from $385 to $1,400, for the top-of-the-line town car. The Model A was the first Ford to see a standard set ofContinue reading “1931 Ford Model A”

1912 Ford Model T

Cost was $590. 20 horsepower, 2.9 liter mono bloc.


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