Associated Press Domestic News Michigan United States FORD PLASTIC AUTOMOBILE

FORD PLASTIC AUTOMOBILE

Ford Motor Company founder Henry Ford, right, unveils his new plastic automobile, developed from agricultural products, in Dearborn, Mich., Aug. 13, 1941. Robert A. Boyer, in charge of Ford Plastics development, is at left. The experimental, handmade automobile has a plastic body made from soybean and fibers such as field straw, hemp and flax. The car runs on gasoline and corn-derived ethanol. (AP Photo)

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August 13, 1941 04:00:00 AM
September 04, 2003 01:25:08 PM
ASSOCIATED PRESS
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3000 x 2351 1.82 MB
HENRY FORD ROBERT BOYER
Automotive, Automobile Manufacturing, Agriculture, Edgil Automotive, Passenger Cars, Edgil Agriculture
DEARBORN, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES
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