The 1950 Ford was the next year of the redesigned 1949 Ford, which generated over $177 million in profits for the Ford Motor Company. These restyled vehicles were in the garages of returning servicemen and their mothers. Over 28 million people wandered into showrooms across the country within three days of the day the 1949 rolled out.
These vehicles are not rare, but even in their excessive popularity, there is still something uniquely proud about the nose of these cars.
While this one watches me from behind barn brush, it still has the character and personality of the good looking car it was in its heyday.