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Welcome to one of the finest
collections of antique, vintage and hot rod cars and trucks in Canada
South. Come see the oldest internal combustion engine car made in Canada
in 1893 and it still runs. You will see both original and fully restored
hallmark vehicles from the 19th and 20th century, from horse drawn wagons
to a Dodge Viper. You will see a full representation of the vehicles that
were made right here in Southwestern Ontario throughout the 20th century.
You will see race cars, hot rods, cabriolets, open touring, early brass
era, roadsters, convertibles, hard tops, taxi cabs, pick up trucks,
tractors, wagons, motorcycles, bicycles, penny farthings, railroad, and
military vehicles of all sorts.
We offer guided tours and a fascinating insight on what came before as we
peer through all the decades of the motor industry.
Is your interest peaked? Then don't hesitate to visit with us.
Our Web site has lots of useful information, including our location, hours of operation and rates, special events and more.
Contact us by phone: (519) 776-6909.
You can e-mail us at: email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you at the Village and Museum real soon.
The following auto manufacturers produced vehicles in southwestern
Ontario during the 20th century and before:
1899 to 1902 - National Cycle and Auto Company Ltd
1904 to present - Ford Motor Company
1904 to 1923 - W. E. Seagrve (Fire Engines)
1908 to 1909 - Menard Auto Buggy
1910 to 1920 - Menard Motor Truck
1908 to 1912 - E-M-F
1912 to 1936 - Studebaker
1910 to 1915 - Dominion Motors Ltd
1910 to 1912 - Regal Motor Car Company
1910 to 1914 - Gramm Motor Truck
1911 to 1933 - Canadian Commercial Car Ltd
1911 to 1914 - Hupp Motor Co of Canada (and 1933 to 1936)
1912 to 1914 - Canadian Two-In-One Auto Co. Amherstburg
1912 to 1915 - Tate Electric Ltd
1916 to 1925 - Chalmers Motor Car Co
1916 to 1925 - Maxwell Motor Co
1925 to present - Chrysler Canada Ltd (bought Chalmers and Maxwell)
1920 to 1924 - Dodge Brothers Canada Ltd
1920 to 1921 - Stansell Motors Amherstburg
1922 to 1928 - REO Motor Car co of Canada Ltd
1923 to 1929 - Gotfredson Truck Corp
1928 to 1936 - Pierce Arrow Corp of Canada
1930 to present - General Motors of Canada Ltd
1931 to 1935 - Graham Paige Motors Canada Ltd
1931 to 1941 - Packard Motor Car Co of Canada
1932 to 1938 - Hudson Motor Car Co of Canada Ltd (and 1950 to 1954)
1948 to 1990 - Wayne Canada/Welles Corp (School Buses)
1955 to 1970 - Kaiser-Willys
here to see map of Windsor Automotive Industries, Then and Now.