What Made The 1949 Ford So Influential On The Future Of Car Design

The Ford Motor Company thrived in the first half of the 20th century largely due to the success of the legendary Model T, and by World¬†War II, Ford had firmly established itself as one of the United States’ ‘Big Three’¬†automakers alongside General Motors and Chrysler. By that time, cars had evolved from flimsy carriage-like vehicles with thin, spoked wheels to generously appointed steel boxes with expansive glass windshields and sturdy roofs. When WWII ended in August in 1945, industrial

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