Category talk:Ford Model C
Model C ist Ford's 4 cylinder model for 1933. Engine identical to 1932 Model B of 1932. There were no 4 cylinder cars in the USA after 1933, but in Europe. A BF engine (2,1 Litre, 34 HP) was available as an option in some European markets. In Germany, the Model C is called the Ford Rheinland.
As all Fords were available either with the C or V8 engine, and as Standard or De Luxe, the only difference between C and 40/40B from outside are the V-8 logo on the upper center of the grille and the hubcaps of the ladder. Model C hubcap shows the Ford logo instead.--Chief tin cloud (talk) 08:59, 11 August 2011 (UTC)