1949 Ford Convertible

After the war ended in 1945, Americans were eager to get back to work and that included the possibility of buying new cars and trucks. Because of the war effort, the design of cars were less important and buyers were happy to get any kind of transportation. The early postwar cars pretty much looked like they did before the war.

However, Ford knew that the world was ready for new design and they introduced the all new Ford in 1949.

Let’s take a look at what Ford advertising told us about the new car:

New “Mid-ship” Ride with independent Hydra-Coil front springs plus the velvet smooth action of the lubricated for life Para-Flex parallel rear springs.

The finest, the costliest cars in America accent visibility.  So does the new Ford with “Picture Window” all around.

There is Magic in the air!

Cool car!