Mason City Globe Gazette, December 31, 1929, Page 7

Mason City Globe Gazette

December 31, 1929

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Issue date: Tuesday, December 31, 1929

Pages available: 40

Previous edition: Monday, December 30, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 31, 1929, Mason City, Iowa SDECEMBER 81 MASUN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE New Ford Bodies on Display Today for First Time RUSTLESS STEEL S T R E A M L1IV E S ROOMY BODIES LARGER FENDERS BEEPER RADIATOR SMALLER WHEELS Qlnc LARGER TIRES COLORS rjlODAY marks another great forward step in the history of the Ford car For today the new Ford bodies will he officially introduced and a new heauty brought within reach of every one Take a little while today therefore to visit the showrooms of the nearest Ford dealer and see these beautiful new Ford bodies Note the new roomy interiors the new deeper radiator the niew hood and cowl the new fenders the new streamlines the new wheels and tires the Rustless Steel used for exposed metal that contributes to this new beauty for the new Ford To outstanding mechanical performance the new Ford now adds a new grace of line and contour To motorists everywhere these new bodies are a further reflection of the Ford policy of constantly improving the car and of giving value far above the price o b Detroit T ;

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