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Bill Grant Ford, Inc.

Phone 417-326-7671 Bolivar, Missouri
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Need an oil change and tire rotation? Check the latest service specials at Bill Grant Ford in Bolivar!


  $34.95 for 5-quart oil change AND tire rotation everyday at Bill Grant Ford in Bolivar! $34.95 everyday!

Offer good for 5-quarts Motorcraft semi-synthetic oil and Motorcraft filter. Tire rotation included (cars, suv's & SRW light trucks). Multi-Point vehicle inspection.


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Bill Grant Ford Service includes Ford Parts 2-Yr UNLIMITED mileage warranty including labor!



Bill Grant Ford is proud to partner with Farm Bureau for up to $1,000 rebate on new Ford vehicles

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1919 Model TT Truck!

Come see this wonderful restoration. Thanks Judy & Marvin Emmons for your allowing us to share your beautiful restoration on it's 100th birtthday!

Joyce & Marvin Emmons 1919 Model TT is on display at Bill Grant Ford in Bolivar! 100 Years of Ford Trucks!

 Birth of a legend

 Nine years after the first Model T saw Ford customers asking for a vehicle that could haul heavier loads and provide greater utility for work and deliveries. On July 27, 1917, Ford responded with the Model TT, which retained the Model T cab and engine. The Model TT came with a heavier-duty frame capable of carrying one ton of payload. The factory price was $600; 209 were sold that year.


Similar to the Fordson tractor introduced in 1917, Henry Ford envisioned a chassis that could accommodate third-party beds, cargo areas and other add-ons to deliver the increased functionality needed to get work done. It was a formula for success. By 1928, Ford had sold 1.3 million Model TTs before replacing the truck with the more capable Model AA with a 1.5-ton chassis.


Henry Ford marketed his early trucks heavily in rural areas, according to Bob Kreipke, Ford historian. “Model AA trucks in particular had a certain class to them,” he said. “Customers could use them on the farm, yet still take them to church on Sunday.”


 a 29 Model A and a 1939 V8 on display in our showroom!