DeKalb, Illinois, 1981; Courtland, Illinois, 1982–1985.
Established by William Milligan and Frederick P. Frank in DeKalb, Illinois, 1981 as American Classic Organs; Milligan left after first year; the firm relocated to Courtland, Illinois, as American Classic Pipe Organs, a subsidiary of Pipe Organ Industries, Inc.; active in 1985.
Staff: Michael Fazio.
Michael Fazio used a similar business name when he and Richard G. Taylor became business partners in Connecticut around 2000. American Classic Organ Co. was formed by the merger of Fazio's service business with Taylor's Berkshire Organ Company. The two purchased Austin Organs Inc. in 2006, and American Classic Organ Co. merged with Austin.
There is one entry in the database that describes an organ by American Classic (Pipe) Organs.
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