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Ford F-Series 1948 interior

Automobiles from 1940 > Extra about cars in 1940

Ride quality was given prominence in Ford’s new pickups, with the inclusion of additional pads and additional rubber bushings (energy-absorbing sleeves) enabling near-automobile levels of handling and roadholding. Previously seen spartan interiors, where the emphasis was solely on functionality, gave way to luxuries that included a “coach-type” bench seat, three-way cabin air control, and a maximum-visibility windscreen. Extras included a passenger-side sun visor and windshield wiper, plus an additional horn.

Air ventilation slots
Air ventilation slots
Coil-sprung bench seat could accommodate three
Coil-sprung bench seat could accommodate three
Window handle and internal door handle
Window handle and internal door handle
Brake and clutch pedals
Brake and clutch pedals
Bare painted metal of cabin indicates strictly utilitarian character
Bare painted metal of cabin indicates strictly utilitarian character
Small storage box on dashboard
Small storage box on dashboard
Large storage panel on dashboard
Large storage panel on dashboard
Heater unit
Heater unit

12.Bare painted metal of cabin indicates strictly utilitarian character
13.Window handle and internal door handle
14.Air ventilation slots
15.Small storage box on dashboard

16.Large storage panel on dashboard 17.Coil-sprung bench seat could accommodate three 18.Heater unit 19.Brake and clutch pedals

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