In the 1930s and 1940s, few cars had more prestige than the Ford/Mercury "Woody" station wagon. Nearly always their highest priced model, it wasn't practical but carried as much status as a speedboat. Read about the 1949-1951 Ford Mercury Woody.
The 1941-1948 Ford Super DeLuxes were forged out of a bewildering and nearly cataclysmic period in Ford history, when all Fords were the same at heart. Read the history and details of Ford Motor Company and the 1941-1948 Ford Super DeLuxe car models.
The 1949 Ford was the result of an intense design competition with controversy over who gets credit for certain elements. This was the first modern Ford the company produced after the death of Henry Ford in 1947. Learn about the 1949 Ford.
A lesser-known jeep prototype, the extremely rare 1944 Ford GWP Military Jeep was made for the Army by Ford during World War II. The Ford prototype had the lowest Army road test scored but the company was capable of handling large production.
The 1949 Ford Custom V-8 (exc. Sedans) were good driver's cars and important historically. All in all, the new Ford was great stuff for 1949 -- good enough to rejuvenate the firm's failing corporate health. Read more about this collectible car.
Ford's 1946-1948 V-8 Super DeLuxe Sportsman was an attractive car that's still coveted today. This was the most expensive Ford in these years and as such didn't sell too well, but today it has milestone car status. Learn more about this classic car.