THE NEW 1932 FORD V8 DVD
The experts said it couldn't be done but, defying all odds,
Henry Ford went ahead and built the auto industry's first low-price V8 engine.
Then he had his son Edsel design the car it would fit in. The result was
a masterpiece of speed and beauty - a car that would become one of the great
legends among American youth. Written and produced by Lorin Sorensen, with
edits from the Ford film Source of the Ford Car, the story has all the trials
and tribulations of creating the car as well as the personalities that made
it happen. Includes mechanical details, assembly lines, promotions, shows,
and all passenger body styles.