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William P. Boyer, Jr.
July 26, 1994
Bill Boyer was hired from GM by Frank Hershey to work on the then secret Ford Sports Car project. Hershey closely supervised Boyer, along with other designers, in laying down the lines of the car and building the clay model. Bill Boyer’s original design in 1954 singlehandedly erected the personal luxury-car segment in the United States. Public orders totaled more than 3,500 within the first 10 days. While planned volume for the model year was only 10,000 units Ford went on to produce over 16,000 units for that model year.
See page 19 in the Sept/Oct 1994 Early Bird for the complete story.