The story of "Ford" (Ford Motots). (1903 - 1965)
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Reel №1 The story of "Ford" (Ford Motots)
Documentary film about the founders of the carmaker and the "Ford Motots".
Photographs and film footage of Henry Ford, Edsel Ford, Henry Ford II, Benson Ford, William Clay Ford, Edsel V.Forde II, William Clay Ford Jr.:
Ford family members in plants, in meetings, at a ceremony in the design offices, at car shows, driving a car, etc.
Pictures of cars, "Ford," 1903-1908 period.
Testing and production of cars, "Ford" for the period 1908-1965 years.
The production of warships in the Ford plants in the First World War.
Warships at sea.
Armored cars, built on the Ford plants.
Military trucks, cars, tanks, bombers, produced in factories during World War II.
The assembly of military aircraft in the shops of the plant.
Planes in the air.
Photos of the company's plants, "Ford Motor" in different years.
Corps and the territory of the automobile plant, are working.
1909-1928 years. - Build a car, "Ford T" in the shops of the concern.
Ready-made cars leave the factory yard.
Ford at the wheel of the 15 millionth car "Ford."
1928 - Manufacture of car "Ford Rouge" in the shops of the plant.
Manufacturing plant - removed from the aircraft.
Workers and employees at the plant - different plans.
G. Ford examines 20 millionth car, "Ford", driving a car.
Production processes in the shops - different plans.
Land and housing car company "Lincoln", G.Fordom purchased in 1922.
A.Linkolnu monument in the grounds.
Assembling cars "Lincoln" in the shops of the plant.
1902 - Race cars, "Ford 999" on the track during the test.
Railway and airport Ford.
"Village Industry" - small Ford plants, located in rural areas: the building of Nankin Mills, the production of screws; Northville - manufacture of valves.
PersonnelFord G. -- American industrialist, inventor Ford E. -- American businessman, president of the company "Ford"
Industry; Transportation; Towns and countries; The First World War; World War II