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Ford

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1928 SOLD

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5 Window  Coupe

 

 

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Pictured Ford Inventory

1950 FORD  
51 FORD 2 DR COUPE
1951 FORD 4 DR
55 FORD   WAG
56 FORD 2 DR SEDAN DELIVERY  No Picture Available 
56 FORD 2 DRHT  HIT IN FRONT 
55 - 56 FORD   TRUCK
  FORD  
  FORD MODEL A TRUCK
57 FORD WAG RANCH WAGON (with Blue Tarp)
57 FORD   2 DR WAG
57 FORD   Ranch Wagon with Roof Rack
58 FORD   TRUCK
58 FORD 4 DR WAG On the left
58 FORD   Thunderbird Grill

 

60 FORD 4 DR Wagon  FALCON - FRONTENAC

 

60 FORD 4 DR

 

FALCON - FRONTENAC WAGON

 

63 FORD   Three vehicles available
63 1/2 FORD 2 DRHT 63 1/2 GALAXIE 500 XL
64 FORD 2 DR CONVERTIBLE
64 FORD 2 DR Comet Convertible
69 FORD 2 DR  

 

MUSTANG - BODY ONLY-  Rough Condition
1939-40

FORD

  Truck
FORD Unibody Truck
Ford Prefect   Panel Van
FORD PREFECT    
FORD COUPE    
1975 - 1978 FORD GRANADA

A WikiMoment

Ford Motor Company is an American multinational corporation and one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the world. Based in Dearborn, Michigan, a suburb of Metro Detroit, the automaker was founded by Henry Ford and incorporated in 1903. Ford now encompasses many global brands, including Lincoln and Mercury in the US, Jaguar, Aston Martin and Land Rover of Great Britain, and Volvo of Sweden. Ford also owns a one-third controlling interest of Mazda, and is listed as the world's third largest automaker based on vehicle sales in 2005. Ford has also been one of the world's ten largest corporations by revenue. In 1999, Ford ranked as one of the world's most profitable corporations. However, in recent years, it has not fared as well. Ford has not gained market share in North America since 1995. [5]

Ford introduced methods for large-scale manufacturing of cars, and large-scale management of an industrial workforce, especially elaborately engineered manufacturing sequences typified by the moving assembly lines. Henry Ford's combination of highly efficient factories, highly paid workers, and low prices revolutionized manufacturing and came to be known around the world as Fordism by 1914.

 

Frontenac

In 1960, Ford's Canadian subsidiary introduced the Falcon-based Frontenac. It was designed to give Mercury-Meteor dealers a smaller model to sell since the Comet was originally intended as an Edsel, which was sold by Ford-Monarch dealers. Produced for the 1960 model year only, the Frontenac was essentially a re-badged 1960 Falcon with its own unique grille, tail lights and external trim including red maple leaf insignias. Despite strong sales (5% of Ford's total Canadian output) the Frontenac was discontinued and replaced by the Mercury Comet for 1961. 

    Thanx to John G. for pointing out the error on the web-site where I had identified the cars as 1962 builds.

 
 

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