Is a sleeper still sleepy if it’s wearing an eyeball-searing color? This rear-drive Focus uses a 5.0-liter Windsor V8 and transmission from a 1993 Cobra, plus a ton of custom fabrication to make it fit under the stock Focus bodywork. It all comes together with exceptional handiwork that looks like a factory job. You… »
Something called a Ford Windstar which is a new one to me. Polish plates and seems to be lived in as it’s packed with belongings. Despite the appearance it wasn’t there last week. »
I am driving 3 hours into Vermont to look at 1971 Ford Torino tomorrow. What should I look for aside from rattles/rust/abnormalities/things that don’t work? Cherry Man and Montego Man, looking at you specifically. The link is below, and I know I can talk the price down, so I’m not too worried about that. »
Meet the Ford Landau, just 1,385 of which were made in Australia from 1973 to 1976. It had a 5.8 litre engine derived from an American one and with all this power on tap Ford decided it should be the first car made in Australia to have disc brakes all round. »
Have a Ford Corcel. It was made in America from 1968 to 1977 and was based on, as you would expect, the Renault 12. »
You know a car. The car has plenty of muscle but lacks definition or traditional sex appeal. The car has dadbod. The sixth-generation Ford Taurus had dadbod. What other cars have dadbod? »
Have a Taunus 2300, fitted with the 2.3 Cologne V6, made in this case in America until 1984. The alloys come from a late 1970s Cortina/Taunus MkIV. No, I don’t know why they didn’t match the lights. Yes, the panel fit may well have been like that new.
A few months back, I said I would eventually release a driver cam video of my “ugly face” driving my mustang. Because driver cams are apparently really cool. So, I finally delivered. »
My God that thing is HUUUUGE. I had no idea it was that big. Especially next to our regular Renaults and Citroens...
So a guy told me to remove the fuse to keep the grill shutter open. But I’m wondering if the grill doesn’t already stay open during track driving. Does this help for track purposes? Shouldn’t the grill be open during high performance driving anyways? »