This is a complete and hour long history on the 1932 Ford release.
Created in 1953, “The American Road” is an epic documentary that tells both the history of the automobile in America and the story of the Ford Motor Company. Drawing on the Company’s vast archive of films — Henry Ford spent a great deal of time and money having crews film life in everyday America — […]
Before Henry Ford changed the world with the Model T, he was broke. Unable to get investors for his new Ford Motor Company, Ford turned to the only men who would help: The Dodge Brothers.What happened when titans collided would change Detroit forever.
NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Carl Edwards takes the ride of a lifetime as he gets behind the wheel of Henry Ford’s first and only race car, Sweepstakes.
Provided by the Peterson Museum we share this Historical promotional film advertisement reel for the 1932 Ford V8, commonly known as a “Deuce Coupe”
Original Article By: Aaron Severson July 23, 2010 The 1930s were full of fascinating experiments and exotic multi-cylinder Classics, but few cars of that era were more important or more influential than the humble Ford flathead V8. Cheap, pretty, and fast, it launched the American fascination with inexpensive V8 engines and spawned countless hot rods […]
Old cars are about as valuable as the feelings they stir up, and it seems that this fiery red 1930 coupe is about as priceless as it gets. The Ford Model A shape is a familiar one, yet this very one was the inspiration for the familiar song “Hot Rod Lincoln,” created by Charlie Ryan […]
This week we had a great questions from one of our members....
This 1934 gem shows the pitfalls of modern driving and gives the viewer some examples of poor road etiquette, as well as illustrating the correct approach.