Ford Model 91 is First Produced

The Ford Model 91 was a car made by the British Ford in 1939 only and was the last of the British pre war V-8 range that had started with the V8 18 in 1932.

In total 1878 were made. For the British market it was available as a two door convertible, a two door, five seat estate and a 4 door, 4 seat saloon. It was powered by a 3622 cc Ford Sidevalve V8 and still used the transverse leaf suspension pioneered on the Model T. The Model 91 was also license built by Ford-Vairogs in Latvia as Ford-Vairogs V8 De Luxe.

Manufacturer Ford of Britain
Ford-Vairogs
Production 1939
1878 made.
Predecessor Ford 81
Successor Ford Pilot
Body style(s) 4-door saloon, convertible, estate car.
Engine(s) 3.6 L V-8
Wheelbase 106 inches (2.69 m)
Length 176 inches (4.47 m)

Danish Army Specific: A number of vehicles were acquired just prior to the outbreak of WW II. Among those were a batch of Ford 91´s. The shown vehicle was used by a artillery unit, probably by its staff or a company commander. To the left a pair of Tempo G1200´s.
Historical: The Ford Model 91 was made by the British Ford in 1939 only and was the last of the British pre war V-8 range that had started with the V8 18 in 1932. In total 1878 were made. For the British market it was available as a two door convertible, a two door, five seat estate and a 4 door, 4 seat saloon. It still used the transverse leaf suspension pioneered on the Model T.