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Gallery - Old Ford Dealers

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One of the very first Ford dealers was Billy Hughson in San Francisco. He had a bicycle shop on Van Ness Avenue and he was at a new products convention where he met Henry Ford in 1902 who was there with his experimental motorcar. Ford explained that he was starting a car company, and Billy was excited about that. He signed up with Henry Ford on the spot.

On this page is a collection of photographs of old Ford dealerships. Some have been identified; others remain obscure.

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Early 1920s

Clement Motor Cars, c1915

circa 1905 - notice all white tires?
   

Graham Motor Sales c1930

Hendrick Ford, 1929

Hyattsville Automobile Company c1925
 

Kuhl Motors

Maddox Brothers Garage

Mid 1920s

R. L. Taylor Motor Company

G.C. Rayne & Company 1956

R. McReynolds and Sons, c1925

Strobel? Motor Sales, c1920
Car came with spare wheel but no tire!

c1920

Bayler Greeves Garage c1920

 

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Last Updated: 09/22/2013
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