Ford ’51 – Assemblage Sculpture
from CyberCraft Robots – Sold
Ford ’51 is equipped and ready to explore your airless moon or mining asteroid. He can even perform extravehicular repairs while in transit.
Ford gets his name from the preexisting handwritten label on his 51 Ford solenoid body. This component is one of many acquired at the estate sale of a man who worked on Fords for his entire life, starting with a Model T. (The distributor of that Model T can be seen in the head of RattleTrap)
Ford ’51 is 10 inches tall including stand.
This piece is part of the Dr. Kathleen Huff Barry collection. Please visit our home page for available pieces.
If you have questions/comments, please contact the Orbiting Laboratory.
Selected CyberCraft Robots are available for purchase at
Museum of Fine Arts Museum Store
255 Beach Drive NE
St. Petersburg, Florida