Links

Legendary Motorcar Company Ltd. (https://www.legendarymotorcar.com)
Legendary Motorcar Company Ltd® first opened its doors in 1985 with a dream of restoring and trading in the finest and rarest of classic and performance cars.

Frederick J. Miller Custom Woodworks (http://canadianwoodcraftsman.com)

Fred brings nearly 40 years experience of custom woodworking to the project. A large body of his work involves custom built furniture, cabinets and doors. He always enjoys stepping outside that box and has produced everything from farm gates to numerous sets of basswood brake shoes for mine lifts, as far away as Bolivia. Always keen for a new challenge stepping up to the Fossmobile is yet another milestone of interesting projects for Fred.

The Canadian Automotive Museum (http://www.canadianautomotivemuseum.com)
The Canadian Automotive Museum continues to maintain a nearly century-old former car dealership building in Oshawa, Ontario. The main floor holds the majority of European vehicles, while the second floor tells the story of automotive manufacturing in Canada.

The Vintage Automobile Club of Montreal (http://www.vacm.qc.ca)
The Montreal Non-Profit Club which aims to promote the conservation, restoration and development of the old, classic cars, by bringing together those who share this passion, since its foundation in 1956.

Antique Automobile Club of America (http://www.aaca.org)
Since 1935, AACA has had one goal: The preservation and enjoyment of automotive history of all types.

Sherbrooke Historical Society (https://www.ville.sherbrooke.qc.ca/en/)
The Société d’histoire de Sherbrooke was founded on March 2, 1927, under the name of the Société d’histoire des Cantons-de-l’Est (Eastern Townships Historical Society). From the beginning, the historical society had a double mission: the preservation of local and regional heritage and the dissemination of the history of Sherbrooke and the Eastern Townships.

Society of Automotive Historians (https://autohistory.org)
The Society of Automotive Historians was founded in Hershey Pennsylvania in 1969. The Society is an eclectic but serious community of historians that includes academic scholars, automotive journalists and publishers, museum and library professionals, educational and cultural organizations, car collectors and restorers, and enthusiasts.