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Bill Grant Ford, Inc.

Phone 417-326-7671 Bolivar, Missouri
Get $750 off a new Ford at Bill Grant Ford in Bolivar!


Need an oil change and tire rotation? Check the latest service specials at Bill Grant Ford in Bolivar!

Check with Bill Grant Ford in Bolivar for the best tire prices in Bolivar! Buy four select tires, get a $70 rebate by mail. Plus, get another $60 when you use the Ford Service Credit Card.*

*On these name brands: Goodyear, Michelin,® Hankook, Continental, Pirelli,® Bridgestone, Firestone, Yokohama,® Toyo,® Nitto®

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

$29.95 after $5.00 mail-in rebate through July 6!
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!


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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!