For Sale, This Vivid Reminder of a Time When Fords Were "Built in Texas by Texans"
|Ford Motor Company, via eBay|
For those unfamiliar with its storied past, in 1925 Ford opened the assembly plant that shuttered in '70 before becoming a sprawling storage facility. Cars that rolled off the line came with a sticker that read, "Built in Texas by Texans," a phrase that made its bow, more or less, at the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition at Fair Park. Here's a nice look at the plant, and that slogan, in '56. You're welcome, Dad.