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3rd February 1940
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Page 50, 3rd February 1940 — BRITISH FORD POLICY
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

"THE policy of the Ford Motor Co.,

Ltd., is largely governed by the material available for export and domestic sales after meeting war requirements.

The number of models is being curtailed to a minimum commensurate with the markets for which the company has always catered.

The domestic market must be maintained so as to provide ample transport for important industries, whilst export sale has been stressed by the Government, and this will occupy a part of the manufacturing programme.

For all Ford vehicles, dealers will continue to provide the high standard of Ford service throughout the country, and supplies of spare parts and exchange units are being maintained.

Perkins Distributor Appointment

THE appointment of Mulletts, Ltd., of Bristol, as distributor for Perkins vehicle-type oil engines, for the Bristol and Bath districts, is announced. The company is carrying a full range of spares, and service facilities are available by trained Perkins mechanics.

New Distributors of Midland EIectrics ,THE maker of the range of Midland 1 battery-electric vehicles, Midland Vehicles, Ltd., Upper Grove Street, Leamington Spa, announces the appointment of three new distributors, as follow :—United Service Garages (Portsmouth), Ltd., 126, High Street, Portsmouth: Haselmere Motor Co., Ltd., Morris House, Guildford; F. W. Keighley, Ltd., 41, Blackwellgate, Darlington. Each distributor has a vehicle available for demonstration.


Locations: Bath, Bristol, Portsmouth

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