Ford Motor Company of New Zealand Ltd :Ford announces the New Beauty; five-seater touring car. [ca 1925-1926?].
Reference Number: Eph-C-MOTOR-VEHICLE-1925-01
A poster advertising the new "improved" Ford model, probably that for 1926, shows the Ford logo at the top, and a decorative border around the whole. At the bottom is a drawing of the convertible model car. The text explains that it is equipped with electric starter, five cord tyres, larger steering wheel, windshield wiper, rear vision mirror, and dash lamp. It is advertised at 169 [New Zealand] pounds.
1 image, categorised under Posters, Ephemera, Letterpress works and Advertising, related to Ford Motor Company of New Zealand Ltd, To market, to market (exhibition), Borders, Ornamental (Decorative arts) and Motor vehicles.
Ford Motor Company of New Zealand Ltd :Ford announces the New Beauty; five-seater touring car. [ca 1925-1926?]., Reference Number Eph-C-MOTOR-VEHICLE-1925-01 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s)Letterpress and engraving, 520 x 350 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera
Historical Notes: The "improved Ford", referred to in New Zealand as the "New Beauty" was released in about 1925-1926 in New Zealand (information from Mr John Stokes, Rangiora, and Mr Hap Tucker, in 2008)
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