This book chronicles the 88 years in which Ford built cars in Australia for Australian conditions and interviews many of the people who worked for the company along with many rare images and essential production statistics. The first Australian-built Ford was a Model T that came off an improvised production line in a disused Geelong woolstore in June 1925, while work started on a factory in the nearby suburb of Norlane. It constitutes the complete history of Ford production in this country, with many rare images and essential production statistics. The perfect book for every Ford enthusiast, or anyone with an affinity for cars or industrial Australia. This is a large book weighing over 2.5kg.
Ford Australia, The Cars and the People Who Built Them, Michele Cook, Doug Wallace, 9781742577081, The Really Good Book Shop, Australia