MODEL-T ROAD TEST A variety of shots displays the durability of the Ford Model-T. The car drives down steep dirt embankments, through water and snow, over railroad tracks, and makes its way balanced on top of a huge pipe.
1940S - COTTON IN PAINT B Not many years ago it took six weeks to apply the twenty two coats of paints and varnishes to properly surface an automobile body. Science and cotton have united to create lacquer that is faster drying, longer lasting, smoother, harder, more durable and easier to apply.
TESTING TRUCKS FOR THE WAR EFFORT An auto plant in Pontiac, Michigan, speeds up the production of tough, durable supply trucks for the war effort. They may not be pretty but the trucks can handle the mud beautifully.
Date: March 20, 1941 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:29:00, No Audio
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