In 1933, Ford dealers and salesmen received a one-page flyer from the Rouge Plant in Dearborn, Mich., containing selling hints. The flyer included a number of points for salesmen to keep in mind when making a sale, and following the sale.
South Dakota Ford salesmen had a unique approach to finding customers back in the 1930s: find people who need a car and drive them to work.
A photographic look back at pre-World War II pedal cars.
A 33-year-old collector patiently waited 10 years before he was able to buy this 1934 Cabriolet in showroom condition.
The spirit of Christmas was always apparent in the pages of Ford's in-house publications, Ford Times and Ford News.