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Edsel Ford was all about form. Henry Ford cared only for function. Henry, the practical, conservative inventor who believed his Model T was all the car anyone from farmhand to millionaire would ever need, clashed with his well-traveled, cultured, and artistic prodigal son from the moment he named 25-year-old Edsel company president on New Year's Day, 1919. The collision of Henry's practical conservatism with Edsel's Gatsby-esque cultural "elitism" is an American story plot that resounds to this day. Read more about the 1934 Ford Model 40 Special Speedster: http://www.motortrend.com/classic/features/12q3_1934_ford_model_40_special_speedster/viewall.html#ixzz2aAGV5kXp

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