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Ford Dealer Presenting Bart Starr with New Car



Ford Dealer Presenting Bart Starr with New Car
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Title: Ford Dealer Presenting Bart Starr with New Car
Description: Bart Starr of the Green Bay Packers receives a new 1961 Ford Falcon from a Green Bay Ford dealer. The compact Falcon was introduced by Ford in 1959 to appeal to drivers seeking better mileage. It was available in several styles in addition to the four-door sedan seen here, including convertibles and station wagons, and it was immediately popular with car buyers. The Falcon also served as the framework for the Ford Mustang. Production of the Falcon in the United States ended in 1970.

Image ID: 1897
Creation
Date:
July 15, 1961 
Creator
Name:
Green Bay Press Gazette
City, State: Green Bay, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Green Bay press-gazette (Green Bay, Wis.) : Photographs, 1955-1961
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
This image is part of a collection of miscellaneous newsphoto negatives by the Green Bay Press Gazette, 1955-.
Subjects: Cities and towns
Parks
Automobiles
Automobile industry and trade
Men
Outdoor photography
Portrait photography
Clothing and dress
Green Bay Packers (Football team)
 

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