Jack Madden and his staff cordially invite all to help celebrate Open House on Washington’s Birthday Week at their modern facility at 825 Providence Highway, Rte. 1, Norwood.
An area of 100,000 square feet with a 600-foot frontage on Rte. 1 displays a whole new line of total performance Ford cars — Falcon, Fairlane, Ford, Thunderbird, Torino and Mustang — several hundred ready for immediate delivery. John Balrena, sales manager, states, “The 1968 super torque Ford is hundreds of pounds stronger, smoother and steadier than the other cars in its field, with luxury and styling you’d expect in cars costing much more.
“This is Ford’s year to shine . . . these new Ford models have a fine combination of family size room and sports car feel that will change your mind about how much you can get at so low a price.”
Creating record sales at Jack Madden Ford Sales are Jerry Madden, Jim Madden, Bob Murphy, Gene McLean, Dick Roth, Tony Cugno, Allen Jason, Bob Wilson, Carl Olsen, Charlie Colter and Cliff Guild.
Roy Triano, Jack Madden’s truck, fleet, taxi and leasing sales manager, states that all model Ford trucks are on display from F-800, seven-yard dumps tc Econoline Pick-Ups and vans, each ready to go Jack Madden Ford Sales is one of the leading used car outlets in the Greater Boston area, offering a wide selection of premium used cars guaranteed for one full year, backed with a written money-back guarantee.
Murray Kaiser, sales manager, points out with pride to his ever-growing list of satisfied customers, “We have been specializing in no down payments for years and all sales financing is completed right at our office without the necessity of traveling to a bank or finance company office.” Head of Jack Madden’s successful service staff is John Rose. Carlton Stone is parts manager Louis Cook is assistant to John Rose, and Bruce Merriam is new car foreman.
Sun, Feb 18, 1968 – The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts)
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