Ford's public relations was trying to suggest that the Country Squire was cool for a guy to drive. It actually sold in relatively low numbers. The staged photo has a surreal quality to it. Looks like a Chevy in the background
Ford marketing pitching the idea of more families owning two cars.
Three-tone 1955 Mystere.
X100. Looks like a California custom. Very nice.
1953 Lincoln XL-500.
1956 Meteor, basically a Ford in Canadian trim.
1960 Ford Starliner, Ford's only 2-door hardtop in the Ford lineup.
1955 Ford cartoon ad.
Life in the ’50's. When was the last time you went to a drive-in? I wonder if they had another drive-in across town that only allowed Chevys.
6 a.m. is Thunderbird time.
"The magic of the new kind of Ford."
"The miracle car of this generation."
International truck ad showing Ford's "global-ness."
George Walker poses with the 1960-X dream car clay model.
1950 Muroc. Looks kinda narrow.
1959 Galaxie 500 4-door pillarless hardtop with its Thunderbird-inspired roofline.
1956 Victoria. The car's paint scheme matches the house pretty well. Too well.
1955 Ford Crown Victoria.
1954 Ford Sunliner with continental kit.
Ford Country Squire Wagon.