Feature Car of the Month


This sweet and clean looking little 1941 Ford Fordor Sedan has quite a history.

The Ford Motor Company assembly line that she came off from has an even greater history to behold. For those of you that are 75 years of age or older will remember that it was in that year the US officially entered into  World War Two. Ford geared up to start producing B-24 Liberator Bombers for the Army Air-Corp and built 8,685 averaging 18 per day. They also produced 1500 4-Wheel drive recon vehicles (Jeeps), plus 300 mobile field kitchens for the Army. Ford also produced synthetic oil from soy beans at one of their midwest plants. While all of that was going on they still had time and man-power to produce 25,928 Deluxe Fordor Sedan Automobiles plus 3,838 Special Fordor Sedans of which 1800 were delivered to become Military Staff Cars. Total Mfg cost back in 1941 $512, MSRP $815. A note of interest: Ford Motor Company achieved in April of 1941 its 29 Millionth car to come off from their assembly lines in the history of the company. We at R&R NW Publications in recognition to the time, date and history of Calvin and Joann Graham’s 1941 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan, are honored to make this Burgundy metallic Pearl colored beauty, with a hint of ghost flames, our Featured Car of the Month for May 2016.

This delicious Burgandy ’41 Ford Sedan sports a tweeked 302 ci Ford for power w/ C4 auto tranny 8.5” Posi Rear. Mix and match Ford and GM parts make up the Front suspension w/Disc brakes on all four corners. She sports a clean and neat fabric interior with electronic gauges on the custom wood dash and plenty of room for the whole family to enjoy this ride in style.

Cal graduated from Bell High in the L.A. area back in 1966 and immediately entered California State College in Fullerton. His college days were interrupted when the US Army was looking for a few good men back in 1967 and away went Cal to do a two year program in the Army. His military requirement completed, he returned to Cal. State, and got his degree in Structural Engineering. The first company he went to work for, in the L.A. area, he met a beautiful young lady that, had just moved to California from New York, and the rest is history. Cal and Joann recently celebrated their forty-third Wedding Anniversary. They now have four fantastic grown children and four wonderful grandchildren and life has been good to them. They relocated from sunny California to Oregon back in the early eighty’s and settled in the Hillsboro area. Cal is an active member of the Pharaohs Street Rodders in good standing and donates a lot of time to their Pharaohs Endless Summer Cruise-In at Billy Bobs in Gresham every Wednesday after-noon in beautiful downtown Gresham. Cal reminded me to let everyone know they are all welcome and invited from 4:00 pm to 7:30pm, fair weather permitting. Open to all classes of Classic Vintage Stock and or Custom Cars, Street Rods, Bikes and Trucks from June to September. Great Food, Fantastic Automobiles, Super Music, and Games for all ages plus Winning Car Trophies supplied and sponsored by The Pharaohs Street Rodders.

We at R&R NW Publication would like to thank Cal and all of his fellow Veterans for giving us your time and service to protecting this great nation. We would also like to thank and recognize the Pharaohs Street Rodders for their continued support to the Veterans. The MIAP and the Lines for Life programs with their history of thousands of dollars donated to these two causes every year. We are proud and honored to make Cal and Joann’s 1941 Ford Deluxe Fordor/Revised Military Staff Vehicle, our Featured Car of the Month for May 2016.


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