Suppliers with approximate dates each firm worked with Ford.

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Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page Link to this message  By Ake Osterdahl on Saturday, July 20, 2013 - 12:52 am:

Here I found an interesting site, which Ford had that body suppliers.
When I see a connection between my 1917 and made ​​Coupelet Center Door
which is probably made ​​of Fisher ...?

Coupe and Coupelet are not included on this list.
Check out this page; http://www.coachbuilt.com/bui/f/ford/ford.htm
Here is some of what is written there.

Manufacturer

Specialty / Body Type

years

American Auto Trimming

Paint & Trim

1909-27

American Body

Open Antibodies

1911-22

American Motor Body

Closed Bodies, Center Door Sedan

1920-23

OJ Beaudette

Open Bodies, Delivery Wagon

1910-22

Briggs

Open & Closed Bodies, Fenders, Sheet Metal

1909-27

Budd

Fenders, Sheet Metal

1915-27

Detroit

Open Antibodies

1908-15

BF Everitt

Open Antibodies

1908-09

Everitt Bros.

Open Antibodies

1912-27

Fisher Body

Open & Closed Bodies, Center Door Sedan

1908-23

Wm. Gray

Open Antibodies

1908-12

Hayes Mfg.

Fenders, Sheet Metal

1908-24

Kahler Mfg.

Open Antibodies

1915-21

Kelsey-Herbert

Open & Closed Antibodies

1910-14

Midland Steel

Frames, Sheet Metal

1910-27

Milburn

Delivery Wagon

1911-12

Monroe Body

Open Antibodies

1908-11

Murray

Open & Closed Antibodies

1913-27

Towson

Open & Closed Antibodies

1908-24

Trippensee

Open Antibodies

1908-22

Widman

Millwork & Trim

1908-24

CR Wilson

Open & Closed Antibodies

1908-24

Wilson-Hayes

Fenders, Sheet Metal

1908-16

Wadsworth

Closed Bodies, Center Door Sedan

1917-20


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page Link to this message  By Wayne Sheldon, Grass Valley, CA on Saturday, July 20, 2013 - 03:31 pm:

Ake,
Thank you for bringing this out. I have seen the website before while researching T speedsters and some non-Fords. However I had not seen this information about Ford's regular production. There is a lot of good information there for anyone interested.
Again, thank you!
I always enjoy your posts.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2


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