Ford Model A Advertising Campaign (1930)

Ford Model A Coupe Ad (April, 1930): An Admired Grace of Line and Contour
Ford Model A Coupe Ad (April, 1930): An Admired Grace of Line and Contour
Ford Model A Convertible Cabriolet Ad (April-June, 1930): The New Ford Convertible Cabriolet
Ford Model A Convertible Cabriolet Ad (April-June, 1930): The New Ford Convertible Cabriolet
Ford Model A Sport Coupe Ad (May-June, 1930): A charming companion for a busy day
Ford Model A Sport Coupe Ad (May-June, 1930): A charming companion for a busy day
Ford Model A Phaeton Ad (June, 1930): Built for many thousands of miles
Ford Model A Phaeton Ad (June, 1930): Built for many thousands of miles
Ford Model A Roadster Ad (August, 1930): A joyous car for golden summer days
Ford Model A Roadster Ad (August, 1930): A joyous car for golden summer days
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Sometimes referred to as a "baby Lincoln," the Ford Model A shared a family resemblance with its upscale corporate cousin. The styling of both vehicles was largely influenced by Edsel Ford, who had an innate sense of form and the designer's eye that his father, Henry Ford, lacked. The Model A's good looks were a sure part of its success.
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