Ford Grows Automobile Parts On The Farm Ad 1946

Ford Grows Automobile Parts On The Farm Ad 1946

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Ford Grows Automobile Parts On The Farm Ad 1946

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Ford Grows Automobile Parts On The Farm Ad 1946 This is a January 19, 1946 advertisement. It is a nice color ad from Ford Motor Company. Ad shows an elderly gentleman in a tan business suit, could be Henry Ford I do not know, squatting in a field of soya beans. Ad reads, Ford was the first car manufacturer to start growing its own timber. The first to acquire its own rubber plantations. The first to provide its own tung oil for paints and enamels by planting tung tree groves. The first to use the soya bean as a basic industrial material. Interesting informational In excellent condition. Photo is taken through plastic and may show wrinkles or crookedness that is not in the ad. This original magazine tear sheet measures 10 1/2 inches wide by 13 3/4inches tall.

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  • Reference #
  • 29491
  • Quantity
  • 1
  • Category
  • Advertising
  • Department
  • Collectibles
  • Year
  • 1946
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  • Condition
  • Excellent

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