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1932 Ford chassis and rely on a new Ford Flathead V-8 engine for power.

In Edsel Ford tasked designer E. “Bob” Gregorie with creating a “long, low and rakish continental car,” which would ride on a 1932 Ford chassis and rely on a new Ford flathead engine for power.

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In 1934 what would become Ford's in-house design department created his first "long, low and rakish continental car" (as Edsel described it to his designer and confederate E.T "Bob" Gregorie) on a Ford chassis.

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