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Ford Falcon Futura Sprint - 1965Details click here
The big news in 1964 was the introduction of the ford mustang. But mustangs shared with falcons the same chassis, suspension and powertrains. For a little less money, the falcon sprint customer got a similarly sporty hardtop coupe or convertible. And because the sprint was a little lighter, it performed slightly better than the mustang.
Ford Gt 40 - 1964-1969Details click here
If you cant join em, beat em. Thats what henry ford ii did in 1963 when ferrari spurned a racing partnership offer. Ford wanted to win le mans, the quintessential 24-hour competition that auto makers like ferrari and jaguar had dominated for years. But when ferrari wasnt interested. Ford went out and designed his own car.
Ford Gt 40 Mark Ii - 1966Details click here
In 1963, ford decided to compete in endurance sports car racing with the aim of winning the 24 hours of le mans and the world constructors championship. The first ford gt 40 (named for its low 40-inch height) was shown at the 1964 new york show, powered by the indianapolis version of the 4.2-litre ford overhead-valve v8.
Ford Model A Cabriolet - 1930Details click here
The Ford Model A maintained its popularity in 1930 with the addition of wider fenders, a higther hoodline, and stainless steel or nickel-plated radiators. Balloon tires, which decreased in diameter from 21 to 19 inches, gave the car a lower stance and a fresh look. A few options on the Model A included a single sidemount, a radiator ornament, wind vanes, a radiator stone guard and a rearview mirror. The car pictured features a rumble seat and the Cabriolet chrome package.
Ford Model T - 1908-1927Details click here
you can have any color you want, said henry
ford in 1908, as long as its black. fifteen
million model ts later, his simple formula was
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