Ford 1935

48 V8 (V8 cyl., 221 cu.in., 90 h.p.; wb: 112 in.)
  Deluxe Roadster
  Deluxe Phaeton
  Deluxe Coupe 5 Window
  Deluxe Tudor Sedan
  Deluxe Fordor Sedan
  Coupe 5 Window
  Coupe 3 Window
  Cabriolet
  Tudor Sedan
  Fordor Sedan
  Touring Sedan
  Convertible Sedan


 

From the zippy cant of the radiator grille to the counter-slant of the spare carrier, Ford goes streamline. The departure is not nearly so great, as that which marked the end of Model T, but the 1935 Ford is distinctly different from its predecessor. The low hood slops all around, the windshield slants more sharply, and the rear does a flying skirt. The interior reveals innovations for the V-8. Mr. Ford, too, would have the distinction of being the author of the Great American Family Car, and would remind you that his vehicle is in the low price field. He is out to sell a million copies of the latest edition. How's your sales resistance?

The Ford Motor Company introduced its Lincoln Zephyr and participated in the 1935 National Automobile Show after having ignored national shows since early in the century.



 


 


 


 

 


 


 


 


 

 


V 8 Sedan


V8 Convertible


V 8


Fordor Sedan

 


V8 Sedan


V 8 Sedan 2-door


V 8


Pick-up