Copy and paste the above to your browser, a youtube video.
Andrew -- thanks! 9 years already since the 100th anniversary.
An advertisement I would also like to find is from I think the 1980s. A TV commercial where the son says to the Dad ... "I learned about Ford trucks from my Dad." They do that several generations and the elderly Great Grandfather says, "My Dad never owned a truck. I had to learn about Ford trucks all by myself." Or something similar to that. And of course the trucks are in the background as they are speaking.
Again thank you for posting the link.
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Thanks for posting that Steve, it's been way overdue for it to be posted.
Wow, it's been awhile Steve. When I first saw it I was hoping it was some new guy because the comments would have been fun. They may be anyway. Thank you.
That was fun to watch Andrew. It will always be a classic.
I got the postcard again about two weeks ago. I also about that same time I got the one about the 1911 model R ford and the statistics of what it was like that year.!
That one is self-perpetuating, it floats around until someone thinks "Such and such has an old car. He will really like to see this.". I probably have received both of them 6 or 8 times. Oh well it is all with good intentions.
You're right Herb. I remember the first time I saw the post card. I thought I was looking at some rare little known piece of history few had seen. I'm glad I didn't immediately post it on a forum. But Steve by all appearances doesn't care he posts it without even flinching. Now that's a strong Midwestern fella that ain't afraid to put it right out there for the whole world to see. He does his ancestors proud.