Alberta's Provincial Historic Sites, Interpretive Centres and Museums
Reynolds-Alberta Museum

Reynolds-Alberta Museum Restoration Shop

Find out what's going on in the Restoration Shop!

1933 FordA unique feature of the Reynolds-Alberta Museum in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada is a state-of-the-art Restoration Shop and Conservation Lab. The many successes of the Shop are the result of versatility, teamwork and a philosophy of "museum-quality restoration and conservation - no compromise."

The museum's team restores and conserves machines that act as technological records of the past and they help to keep once commonplace skills and manufacturing techniques from vanishing.

During the summer visitors to the Reynolds-Alberta Museum have the opportunity to tour our grounds in a chauffeur driven vintage vehicle.

The museum’s restoration professionals are working on a complete body-off-frame restoration of this 1933 Ford. This car will then be added to the fleet that, in summer, offers visitors a tour of the museum grounds in chauffeur-driven vintage vehicles.

Current Restoration Projects

Museum-Quality Restoration Workshops

1933 Ford




Last reviewed/revised: March 18, 2016