I tried to put the description sign after each vehicle. Anyone passing through Fairbanks should really Check this out. Good way to spend $10. Also, THEY FIRE UP AND DRIVE EVERY CAR AT LEAST ONCE A YEAR. If I ever get a terminal disease I’m coming back for the V8 midget Flathead Ford.
So I was in a discussion on the front page about how Lincoln and Ford are not just rebadged. They offer exclusive engines in all but 1 model and even have different suspension sometimes. MKC is a great example of different suspension, it also doesn’t share a single bit of sheet metal with an Escape, it’s a different…
With 104,000 miles.
Mk1 Granada hearse.
Meet an Opel engine. GM Family 1 according to my research. Note the brace of Weber carbs, which are definitely not as standard.
Ford Falcon XD
Ford has quite a few ways of naming their performance models but I’m not 100% on what the hierarchy is or what the defining characteristics for denoting which badge a vehicle would receive. Help me out here.
Went to Autoblog, the first article that popped up did not disappoint.
Not today (production began in May) but nonetheless 40 this year.
I’m pretty sure this is a Granada of some sort.
Well, agave based bio-plastics. Per the Wall Street Journal, Ford and Jose Cuervo are teaming up to utilize wastes in resin/plastic mixes.
In early 2015, I began hearing rumors of the new Ford Focus RS. I had been toying with the idea of buying a new daily driver, since my bright idea to daily driver a Lamborghini was not turning out the way I had planned. The rumors slowly became facts, and the car hit many of the things I was looking for. It was fast…
This is a Ford Corsair.
A 2.0 Ghia
He must have been leaving a Cars & Spanish Coffee...