Originally Posted by katpeeler
...and only 20 of them were sold in white".....
In 1925 all you could get was a black truck.
In 1926, if you purchased the bed seperate it was still black but trucks that came from the factory were black with a green bed.
In 1927, Henry went crazy and offered customers Black, Blue or Brown.
In 1928, commercial trucks were offered in Black or Ross Moss Green.
These trucks didn't have a lot of options but, the customer did get to choose the wood floors.
Beech, Birch, Maple, Pine & Oak were offered.
1929 added several more colors but, not white
and for 1930 my reference just says the customers had 40 exterior colors to choose from, which probably included white.
If you think about it, in 1930 with so many unpaved roads of rut and mud and car washes non-existent and indoor plumbing (i.e. house spigots) rare,
only an insane person would order
a white vehicle.
As to your how many
question, I don't think Ford releases figures by trim line or paint.
All that's out there is total yearly production and some option percentages (81.9 % had automatic transmission, etc...)