Friday, November 20, 2009

Antique Ford Sedan


Back in 1937, a gallon of gas cost 10 cents, and a new car averaged less than $1,000.

That's the model year of this two-tone Ford Sedan that was among the antique cars on display at the Orrville Tractor Show last weekend.

9 comments:

D said...

Ah...good times.
Love all the Tractor Show posts!
Looks like a fun event. Happy Weekend!

Kate said...

What a classic! The paint job is outstanding; it would work well in New Mexico where turquoise is a favorite shade of the Indians as well as the Anglos.

Halcyon said...

I am guessing the color stripe is not original. It adds a nice touch though!

Jacob said...

1937 was a good year! My very first car, which I bought from the proverbial little old lady who never drove it in 1955, was a 1937 Chevy.

Love the photo; love the car.

marley said...

Lovely colours. Those prices are now a long distant memory. Sadly :(

Your EG Tour Guide said...

They don't build them the way they used to. ;-) Neat photo!

Paula said...

I love the aqua and white combo, I hope the interior was as cherry as the exterior.

Virginia said...

Well I'm proud to say I DON"T remember this one! IT's pretty cool though.
V

Jim K said...

cool car, and I love the paint job.