Opening the archives

July 15, 2014

By Staff

72.021.014.064I 1919 Model Ford truck on showroom display, circa 1940s  Two trucks on display in dealer’s showroom, most likely Hepler Ford. The second truck is much newer and may have been one of the new 1948 models that were revealed at Hepler’s in another series of photographs.

72.021.014.064I
1919 Model Ford truck on showroom display, circa 1940s
Two trucks on display in dealer’s showroom, most likely Hepler Ford. The second truck is much newer and may have been one of the new 1948 models that were revealed at Hepler’s in another series of photographs.

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One Response to “Opening the archives”

  1. Kay Collinson on May 27th, 2015 12:43 pm

    The older Ford truck could also have been sold by Hepler Motors. Lee Hepler had the Ford dealership prior to World War One and in the early days they sold tractors as well as trucks and cars (any vehicles Ford made).
    (Lee Hepler was my grandmother’s brother.)

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