Ford Model A Automobile, 1931

On Dec. 2, 1927, Henry Ford debuted the Ford Model A automobile, the successor to his Ford Model T. In the late 1920s and early 1930s, the Ford Model A was one of the most publicized and top-selling cars in America. It was attractive, well-built and smooth-running compared to the Model T, which it replaced… Continue reading Ford Model A Automobile, 1931


October 8, 1993

The United States Marshals Service donates a very rare 1946 Tucker automobile to the National Museum of American History transportation collection. Number 39 of only 51 such cars produced by the Tucker Corporation before the company became embroiled in fraud allegations, the car was designed by Preston Tucker, Alex Tremulis and a team of stylists… Continue reading October 8, 1993