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  • Factory Videos

    Factory Videos

    Ford Model A Introduced

    River Rouge Recycling Model T Fords, Hoover w/ Edison and Ford

    Ford Dealers promotional film from the 30's

    Ford River Rouge Plant in 1928 and beyond

    Ford Model A Assembly

    Ford Model T

    The life of Henry Ford, Model T assembly line

    Fascinating 1936 footage of car assembly line

    Ford Model T 100 years later

    Trip through the River Rouge Plant

    Ford Model...
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  • HISTORY OF HENRY FORD AND THE MODEL T

    HISTORY OF HENRY FORD AND THE MODEL T

    HISTORY OF HENRY FORD AND THE MODEL T



    Written by David Jones


    Life without cars in nearly every driveway may seem unimaginable for most Americans today, as cars have become crucial to everyday life. This fact that cars have become such a common and expected presence in the U.S. and in countries around the world can be traced back to automaker and innovator Henry Ford. His efforts and forward-thinking creations made automobiles accessible to not only...
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  • Henry’s Automobiles 1918~1923

    Henry’s Automobiles 1918~1923

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  • The Aussie 1934 Coupe Ute (utility AKA pickup)

    The Aussie 1934 Coupe Ute (utility AKA pickup)

    Celebrating 80 Years Of Ute




    In 1933 an Australian farmer’s wife wrote a letter to Ford asking them for a vehicle “to go to church in on a Sunday” that could also “carry our pigs to market on Mondays.” Ford listened and responded accordingly. A year later they released the “coupe utility vehicle” that we all know today as the Ute. It has been just over 80 years since that date and this forerunner of the F-series American pickup is still going today....
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  • What Year is It?

    What Year is It?

    What Year Is It?

    How to Identify the Year
    of a Model A Ford

    by Rick Black, Medford Oregon
    A typical question I hear is: I have a quick question concerning the Model A Ford I've just acquired. It's in primer and in storage. What I would like to know is how to tell exactly what year it is. I think it's a 1931,...
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  • Bonnie and Clyde Deathcar

    Bonnie and Clyde Deathcar

    These articles were submitted by pooch..

    The Incredible Story of the Bonnie and Clyde Deathcar


    The Bonnie & Clyde Car as it looks today.
    Photo by Osie Turner
    The Bonnie and Clyde Deathcar has been a long-time attraction in Primm, Nevada. Curious travelers between Las Vegas and Los Angeles can stop and see the bullet-ridden classic car in which the criminal lovers met their end. The legend of Bonnie and Clyde usually ends with the ambush that put all those...
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  • Bill Brauch’s (2manycars) 40 Ford Story

    Bill Brauch’s (2manycars) 40 Ford Story

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  • Ethanol Fuel

    Ethanol Fuel

    A nice article on ethanol fuel submitted by Mickey!


    THE ETHANOL ISSUE











    Gasoline containing ethanol has become the new standard for fuel, and it presents a new set of challenges and work for classic car owners. You’ve got to be vigilant now to ensure a good running engine and prevent damage to your cherished car.

    What’s the problem, you ask?

    Ethanol, made from corn or grain,...
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  • Doug and Nan’s amazing 7600 mile trip in a Model A

    Doug and Nan’s amazing 7600 mile trip in a Model A

    Enjoy this fantastic trip


    Link to Blog


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  • 'What's are the differences in the Ford A, B and C engines?'

    'What's are the differences in the Ford A, B and C engines?'

    'What's are the differences in the Ford A, B and C engines?'


    The 1932 V-8 was introduced as the 'Ford Model 18.' The four cylinder model was designated the 'Model B.' Although the V-8 was a national sensation and sold very well, there were many four cylinder Model B's produced. Compression of the Model B engine was 4.8; the A was 4.2. The Model B engine produced 50 hp at 2800 rpm; the A produced 40 hp at 2200 rpm. The Model 'B' mains were 2" diameter; mains in the 'A' were...
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  • HISTORY OF HENRY FORD AND THE MODEL T
    Mitch
    HISTORY OF HENRY FORD AND THE MODEL T



    Written by David Jones


    Life without cars in nearly every driveway may seem unimaginable for most Americans today, as cars have become crucial to everyday life. This fact that cars have become such a common and expected presence in the U.S. and in countries around the world can be traced back to automaker and innovator Henry Ford. His efforts and forward-thinking creations made automobiles accessible to not only...
    08-02-2018, 11:11 PM
  • Henry’s Automobiles 1918~1923
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    07-31-2018, 04:17 PM
  • The Aussie 1934 Coupe Ute (utility AKA pickup)
    pooch
    Celebrating 80 Years Of Ute




    In 1933 an Australian farmer’s wife wrote a letter to Ford asking them for a vehicle “to go to church in on a Sunday” that could also “carry our pigs to market on Mondays.” Ford listened and responded accordingly. A year later they released the “coupe utility vehicle” that we all know today as the Ute. It has been just over 80 years since that date and this forerunner of the F-series American pickup is still going today....
    07-08-2018, 06:17 PM
  • What Year is It?
    Mitch
    What Year Is It?

    How to Identify the Year
    of a Model A Ford

    by Rick Black, Medford Oregon
    A typical question I hear is: I have a quick question concerning the Model A Ford I've just acquired. It's in primer and in storage. What I would like to know is how to tell exactly what year it is. I think it's a 1931,...
    07-07-2018, 02:30 PM
  • Bonnie and Clyde Deathcar
    Mitch
    These articles were submitted by pooch..

    The Incredible Story of the Bonnie and Clyde Deathcar


    The Bonnie & Clyde Car as it looks today.
    Photo by Osie Turner
    The Bonnie and Clyde Deathcar has been a long-time attraction in Primm, Nevada. Curious travelers between Las Vegas and Los Angeles can stop and see the bullet-ridden classic car in which the criminal lovers met their end. The legend of Bonnie and Clyde usually ends with the ambush that put all those...
    07-01-2018, 10:18 PM
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