A long time ago in a factory in Detroit, Henry Ford was really just starting to kick it. It was 1903, and this was one of the first logos he used. The first Ford Oval? It’s far more ornate than their more famous iconic one, but cool just the same.
Even though this sign is sanded, no two cutouts of this piece are exactly the same. If heat marks form during the cutting of a piece, it’s possible, because of deflection, that not every little surface is sanded and remnants may remain. Also know that our mild steel is stored outdoors in the weather and it changes over time. So it’s always possible there could be mild surface rust. And if there are blemishes, marks or indentations, we do not do anything special to try to remove them.
We cut this logo from mild steel that is a little thinner than 1/8 inch thick.
- Bare metal
- Belt Sanded
- Size: 20.7″w x 16.3″h
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