Fountainhead Antique Automobiles

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The Automobiles

Fairbanks entrepreneur Tim Cerny began collecting the museum's 85-plus vehicles in 2007, carefully selecting each one for their historical significance, technological innovations, or rarity. The cars exemplify some of the most fascinating developments in U.S. automotive history prior to World War II.

Antique Car

Only at Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum will you find a
Compound, Argonne, Argo Limousine,
Columbia Mark XIX, McFarlan Type 125,
Sheldon, Heine-Velox Victoria automobile,
or Hay Motor Vehicle.
The latter three being the only ones of their kind built.

Several of Alaska's earliest cars are also on display, including the Territory's very first automobile - built in 1905
by a man who had never seen a car before!
Remarkably, all but a few of the autos are driven each summer, making this a true "living museum."

View photo gallery and watch YouTube videos of our automobile collection.

1800s
1898 – Hay Motor Vehicle Stanhope Phaeton
1899 – Hertel Runabout

1900s
1901 – Rochester Steam Runabout
1902 – Knox Model B Runabout
1903 – Cadillac Model A Runabout with Tonneau
1903 – Columbia Mark XIX Electric Surrey
1903 – Toledo Rear-Entrance Touring Car
1904 – Buckmobile Runabout
1904 – Rambler Model L Canopy Rear-Entrance Tonneau
1904 – Stevens-Duryea Model L Runabout
1905 – Franklin Model A Rear-entry Tonneau
1905 – Oldsmobile Model B Curved Dash Runabout
1905 – Sheldon Runabout – Alaska’s First Automobile – on loan from UA Museum of the North
1906 – Pope-Toledo Type XII 7-passenger Touring
1906 – Cadillac Model K Runabout
1906 – Compound Model 7 ½ Light Touring
1907 – Cartercar Model A Fixed Tonneau Touring
1907 – Ford Model K 6-40 Roadster
1907 – Franklin Type D Laudaulette
1907 – White Steamer Model G Custom Touring
1908 – Brush Model BC Runabout
1908 – Cadillac Model G Touring
1908 – Rambler Model 31 5-passenger Touring
1909 – Cadillac Model 30 Demi Tonneau
1909 – Ford Model T Touring
1909 – International Harvester Model D Auto Buggy
1909 – Oldsmobile Model D Palace Touring
1909 – Stanley Model R Steam Roadster
1909 – Whiting Model A Roadster

1910s
1910 – Chalmers-Detroit Model K “30” Roadster – on loan from the Creamer family
1910 – Hudson Model 20 Open Roadster
1910 – Kelsey Motorette
1910 – Schacht Model R Runabout
1911 – Everitt Model Four-30 Touring
1911 – Ford Model T C-Cab Depot Hack
1911 – Oakland Model 24 Roadster
1912 – Buick Model 29 Demi Tonneau
1912 – Peerless Model 36-K Touring
1912 – Premier Model M 4-40 7-passenger Roadster
1912 – Premier Series N Model 6-60 Roadster
1912 – Rauch & Lang Electric Brougham
1913 – Argo Model C Fore-Drive Limousine
1914 – Grant Model M Roadster
1914 – Henderson Model 66 Custom Speedster
1914 – Moline-Knight Model MK-50 7-passenger Touring
1914 – Woods Mobilette Model 3 Tandem Roadster Cyclecar
1916 – Dodge Model 30-35 Touring – on loan from Don & Ray Cameron and David Stone
1917 – Ford Model T Snow Flyer
1917 – Mack Flatbed Truck
1917 – Owen Magnetic Model M-25 Touring
1917 – Pierce-Arrow Model 66 A-4 7-passenger Touring
1918 – Biddle Series H Town Car
1918 – Duplex 4WD Flatbed Truck
1918 – Stutz Series S Bulldog Special
1919 – McFarlan Type 125 Sport Touring
1919 – Pierce-Arrow Series 31 Touring
1919 – Studebaker Series 19 Model EG/Big Six Wrecker

1920s
1920 – Argonne Model D 2-passenger Roadster
1921 – Daniels Model D 6-passenger Touring
1921 – Heine-Velox Victoria Touring
1922 – Wills Sainte Claire Model A-68 5-passenger Sedan
1923 – Mercury-bodied Ford Model T Speedster
1925 – Chrysler Model B-70 Phaeton
1925 - Stutz Speedway Six Series 695 Sportbrohm
1927 – Stutz Vertical Eight Custom Series Black Hawk Boattail Speedster
1928 – Hupmobile Century Series A Opera Coupe
1928 – Oakland Model 212 All-American Landau Sedan
1928 – Pierce-Arrow Series 81 Runabout
1929 – Ford Model A Special Coupe

1930s
1930 – Packard Deluxe Eight Roadster 745-422
1931 – Cord Series L-29 Cabriolet
1932 – Cadillac Model 452-B  V16 Imperial Limousine
1932 – Chrysler Custom Imperial Series CL Convertible Sedan
1932 – Ford V-8 4-door Phaeton
1933 – Auburn Model 12-161A Custom Boattail Speedster
1933 – Hupmobile Silver Anniversary Series K-321 Victoria
1934 – American Austin Series 475 Coupe
1934 – Packard Series 1107-730 Touring
1935 – Wetteroth-Offenhauser Midget Racer
1936 – Packard Dual-Cowl Convertible Touring 1408-973
1937 – Winters-Ford Midget V8-60 Midget Racer
1938 – Southwest Chrome Special Elto Midget Racer


Additional Museum Exhibits

1865 – Sawyer Boneshaker Bicycle
1888 – Gormley & Jeffrey Highwheel Bicycle
1894 – Warwick Safety Bicycle
1897 – Ivers & Johnson Safety Bicycle
19th Century Albany Cutter Sleigh
1901 – Atlantic Engine
1902 – Pierce Safety Bicycle
1905 – Advance 28N Traction Engine
1907 – Fairbanks-Morse Type 20 Engine
1917 – Cleveland Lightweight Motorcycle
1919 - Ford Model T Wood Hauler
1926 – Fordson Snow Motor – on loan from the Pioneer Aviation Museum
1928 – Ford Model A Portable Sawmill
Sparkplug Collection

“Great museum full of beautiful cars, photos, and clothing. I found this hidden treasure for
my husband and enjoyed it as much. There is a lot to see, the cars are gorgeous, the
clothing is displayed on mannequins or in cases, and is spectacular. They have videos to
view, photos with descriptions on the wall. Well worth a visit if you are at all in to
antiques.”
 - August 2011

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