No roadster pickup!
Bottom right corner!
Thank you for posting the great photo.
Notice the one piece rear window in the roadster and touring so the accessory rear view mirror worked better.
The same photo is shown on page 49, of Henry L Dominguesz book "The Ford Agency - A Pictorial History." He has it listed as 1925 in the Louisville, Kentucky, sales branch. He notes the credit to Library of Congress and Caufield & Shook. I would guess there is a higher resolution copy available if we knew where to search for it.
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I wonder if the display greenery is real or ??? I wonder if its some type of paper or cardboard.
Was some sort of plastic or vinyl available in that era?
I dont recall seeing greenery in other Ford showrooms but maybe I missed it. Interesting.
Four TT trucks? Must be a good truck market area. At least they show my coupe (well, the '25 version of it). Potted palms were very popular in the '20s along with Hawaiian music and a spirit of adventure that followed the opening up of the world! Then came the crash, depression, and WWII.
Lets go back to the '20s!
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
You can find it here Hap:
Thank you so much! Now I should be able to zoom in more and be able to see additional details I could not see on the previous ones.
I suspect they had one model of each of the different truck beds [screen side, stake, express, and no bed] that were offered. Note they are all on the C-cab. Perhaps the photo was taken before the closed cabs were produced or perhaps they are out of the view of the camera? You can see that two vehicles are off camera -- I would guess they are the fenders for the Tudor and Fordor -- but that is only a guess.
Again great photo.
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