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Old 01-14-2010, 02:35 AM
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Old Ford Dealerships

Neat slideshow.

Vintage Ford Motor Company Dealerships
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Great find Chris!! Those old pics are fantastic. Makes me wish I could go back in time.
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I recognized the first one, Al Packer Ford. It was in that same location up until about three or four years ago, when it moved to a huge auto-mall type building in White Marsh, MD. In that glass showroom right next to the front window, was a rocking chair with an old lady in it. She was "Granny Packer". Every time we'd go by, we'd look and see if "she" was there.
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That's a neat story.
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Great find Chris!! Those old pics are fantastic. Makes me wish I could go back in time.
Thats right, John!........And if we could, most of us would not come back!
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Really cool slide show. Rockland Ford and Casco Bay Motors, both from Maine were recognizable to me.

I love the nastalgic store fronts and the old "A1" used car signs that were a Ford used car lot signature back in the day.

Ford dealerhsips have evolved from a simple mom and pop small town garage to a superstore or a Ford mecca if you will.

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Ill have to get some copies of those. I like collecting the old photos but I typically keep them to Texas or atleast Houston. I showed these before I think but if not some people here might would enjoy seeing them again.





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Cool pictures.
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