b'six cylinder four door sedan, and maybe a wagon.The problem for Smith was that his major shareholder, Ford of Canada, had a very different idea of what Australians ought to be driving. The Canadians and AmericansThey, and Ford USA, believed that insisted that what AustralianAustralians really wanted large V8 car buyers needed was a bigAmerican vehicles and six and Customline, a Zephyr/Zodiac or afour cylinder British cars. They Anglia/Prefect. How wrong they were. The Mainline model, seenalso discounted Holdens surging above, is actually part clay/partsuccess. Clearly, they did not fibreglass, with the two doorunderstand the needs of Australian version on the right side. You cancar buyers. see the support jacks under the car. This rare photo was takenBy 1955, with Holdens market during the Ford directors reviewshare around 35% and climbing of the 1955 US model line up.Onand Ford Australias hovering the left is a UK Anglia. White-wallaround 15%, Smiths bosses finally tyredMK I Zodiacs are see aboverealised that his All Australian and below in aspirational settings. Ford had compelling merit.Smith won approval to build a family-sized six cylinder car at a new factory in Broadmeadows, Melbourne. But what car would become the All Australian Ford?9'