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The first-generation of the Ford F-Series (also known as the Ford Bonus-Built trucks) is a series of trucks that was produced by Ford from the 1948 to the 1952 model years. The introduction of the F-Series marked the divergence of Ford car and truck design, developing a chassis intended specifically for truck use.
Edsel Bryant Ford II (born December 27, 1948) is the great-grandson of Henry Ford, grandson of Edsel Ford, and the son of Henry Ford II.He is currently a member of the board of directors of Ford Motor Company and serves on the finance committee and sustainability and innovation committee.
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A 1948 Ford Deluxe convertible was the base car that was transformed into "Greased Lightning" in the movie Grease.  In the 1984 film The Karate Kid , Mr Miyagi gives Daniel Larusso a cream-colored 1947 Ford Super DeLuxe convertible  as a birthday gift.
The Ford F-Series is a series of trucks marketed and manufactured by Ford.In production since 1948, the F-Series is a range of light-duty trucks marketed as full-size pickup trucks, slotted above the compact Ford Ranger in the Ford truck model range.
The 1949 Ford was an American automobile produced by Ford since 1948. It was the first all-new automobile design introduced by the Big Three after World War II, civilian production having been suspended during the war, and the 1946-1948 models from Ford, GM, and Chrysler being updates of their pre-war models.
The Ford Vedette is a large car formerly manufactured by Ford SAF in their Poissy plant from 1948-1954. Originally conceived by Edsel Ford and Ford designer Eugene T. "Bob" Gregorie as a “light” Ford model, smaller than the 1942 Ford. However, Edsel Ford died in 1943, and following the war Ford corporate felt the light car project would ...
In 1988 Ford Motor Company sold 80% of Ford-New Holland Inc. to Fiat, and in 1991 Fiat acquired the remaining 20%, with the agreement to stop using the Ford brand by 2000. By 1999, Fiat had discontinued the use of both its own and the Ford name, and united them both under the New Holland brand.
With Ford in financial chaos during this period, sales fell well behind Chevrolet--Ford output for 1948 was 430,198 vehicles, only about 62% of Chevrolet's output, and Plymouth came close to knocking Ford from second place with an output of 412,540 vehicles. The car used in the 1978 film Grease is a 1948 Ford DeLuxe.