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Road to Safer Cars Objects

The AACA Museum, Inc. is seeking objects relating to the following exhibit that occurs from May 2019 – October 2019. If you are able to help and are willing to donate any of these items or loan for the purpose of this exhibits, we would love to hear from you. Submission deadline is December 31, 2018.

Object Donation/Loan Form

1926 Stutz Sedan
1928 – 1931 Ford Model A with Triplex Safety Windshield intact
1937 Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge or DeSoto Automobile
1937 Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge or DeSoto dashboard with recessed knobs
1939, 1940 or 1941 Buick with working tail lights
1940s, 1950s, 1960s toddler’s car harness or seat
1946 Nash Ambassador
1947 Nash four-door sedan with no obvious safety features
1949 Chrysler automobile with padded dashboard, key ignition, and backup lights
1950 Nash Statesman Custom automobile
1950 – 1952 Chrysler Automobile
1954 Cadillac automobile
1953 – 1954 Cadillac steering wheel with horn ring and bullet shaped center button intact
1956 Ford Sedan (hard top) – Lifeguard Design Package
1956 Ford seat belts (original)
1960s Ford Mustang with original or replica trunk liner
1964 1/2 Ford Mustang with replica trunk liner
Authentic State Safety Signs – Examples: Click it or Ticker, Arrive Alive
Auto safety books published in the late 1950s and early 1960s
Auto safety book: “Unsafe at Any Speed” by Ralph Nader
Burma Shave Signs – wood originals preferred
ca. 1910s – 1920s One-off turn signal
ca. 1910s – 1920s Pair of tires with safety treads
ca. 1910s – 1920s Rear stop light
ca. 1910s – 1920s Reflector for a tail light
ca. 1915s – 1945s  Yellow Stop Light
ca. 1920s – 1930s All-steel car door, 1930s, with interior framing exposed on the inside
ca. 1920s – 1930s Plate glass windshield – (damaged accepted)
ca. 1920s – 1930s Railroad Crossing Signal
ca. 1920s – 1930s Sheet metal car door, with interior wooden framing exposed on the inside
ca. 1920s -1930s Ford Model A Safety Glass – (damaged accepted)
ca. 1930s – All-steel dashboard with protruding knobs
ca. 1930s – 1960s Highway Patrol Motorcycle
ca. 1949s – 2010 Automotive Crash Test Lab Dummies (Not referring to Vince or Larry Promotional Dummies)
ca. 1949 – Alderson Research Lab “Sierra Sam” Engineering dummy
ca. 1949 – Sierra Engineering “Sierra Stan” Test dummy
ca. 1940s – 1950s Vintage Driver’s Education Training System – Ex. Drivotrainer, Driverometer, Doron Amos (damaged accepted)
ca. 1940s – 1960s Steering wheels – center decoration, horn ring, hard plastic rim
ca. 1940s female or male child’s outfit – between age 7 – 12
ca. 1940s men’s brim hat
ca. 1940s men’s shoes – size 10 or smaller
ca. 1940s men’s suit
ca. 1940s toddler’s outfit
ca. 1940s women’s dress
ca. 1940s women’s hat
ca. 1940s women’s purse
ca. 1940s women’s shoes – size 6 or smaller
ca. 1950s men’s brim hat
ca. 1950s men’s shoes – size 10 or smaller
ca. 1950s men’s suit
ca. 1950s toddlers outfit
ca. 1950s women’s dress
ca. 1950s women’s hat
ca. 1950s women’s purse
ca. 1950s women’s shoes – size 6 or smaller
ca. 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s Driving simulator for driver education
ca. 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s Driving test machine for learners permit
Free standing traffic light (working)
High-compression V-8 automobile engine of the 1950s (Oldsmobile Rocket, Chrysler Hemi, or Chevrolet small block) – Loan Only
Vintage Automobile Safety Posters
Vintage PA State Inspection Department of Revenue Tin Station Sign
Vintage 1963 ATLAS Car Safety Seat Belts in original package
Vintage Safeti-Craft seat belts with Irvin Seat Belt Boxes
Vintage Riverside Metal Seat Belts with Mounting
Vintage Stimsonite Road Reflectors
Vintage “Sigflex 793” Stand up Reflectors (3 to a box) with Red Flag
Vince & Larry Costumes
Vince & Larry Toys
Wood frame door (automobile) with inside panel removed