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Old 01-11-2013, 06:41 PM
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Originally Posted by carolinacustoms View Post
Not sure if this was directed at the original answeree or not, but the "brewster fords" were brewster bodies mounted on ford chassis. Brewster built bodies for Rolls-Royce in Springfield until the depression when Rolls stopped production at the Sprigfield plant. Brewster then began making bodies that used the ford V-8 chassis 1934-1936. They offered 4 different body styles, but most were the "touring" body that is pictured. They made around 130-135 "brewster" Fords. Hope I didn't jump in line, If I was out of turn forgive me

I read Edsel Ford had 2 built for his estate 1 limo and 1 roadster if i remember correct. latley i wonder
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