Hey folks, I read recently that all Model A's were built in a particular building in Detroit. Unfortunately, I can't recall where I read this...perhaps in a magazine, TRJ, or even here. Reportedly this building is still in existence and was recently used as a backdrop for a photo shoot. If true, it gave me an idea. Once my hot rod is done and proven reliable (ha!) I would love to drive it up from Austin to Detroit simply to get a picture of it in front of the factory that gave it life 80+ years earlier. Of course, it would be a fun roadtrip and who needs an excuse for that, right? Well, in reading the recent thread on the "Ruins of Detroit" there was mention of a Ford factory in New Orleans (my hometown). I thought this was interesting and it made me question if all A's were indeed built in Detroit....or in one particular building. So now I'm interested in finding out what I can regarding where A's were built/pre-assembled/assembled/etc. Is it true they were all built in one particular building? Perhaps all bodies built in one location? What kind of information do we have regarding where they were built? I've been searching, but it's tough due to the enormous number of topics that pop up using those keywords. So if anyone has any information or resources that have this information I would really appreciate it. Ultimately, I guess I'm interested in finding out which factory my early '30 coupe drove out of so many years ago. Thanks!