Business & Finance: Ford & Pocketbook

In his own words Henry Ford has always been determined "to get the price of an automobile down to where the public can buy it." In 39 years of business he has made over 20,000,000 automobiles, the cheapest to be bought in the U. S. But his plants have not turned out a car since early December.

Last week Motormaker Ford told everything about the new models . . . except the price. There will be an improved four with a variety of body types, mostly commercial. But big news was the '"V" eight...

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