’49-’51 Fords are affectionately known as “shoebox” models, due to their overall body shape. They were the first all-new models introduced after the War; first Fords with “envelope” bodies, deleting separate fenders. Midway through the cycle, Ford introduced the Crestliner 2-tone option to break the monotony of the slab sides. May have been the start of a postwar trend, later seen on GM and Chrysler cars. Shoebox Fords were favorites with hotrodders. Output of their old flathead motors could easily be doubled, and owners could run away from unsuspecting competitors. No more than 25 of these images are to be created, and will come with numbered, signed Certificates of Authenticity.
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