Category: 2002 News

Why Did the Lincoln Blackwood Fail So Hard?


The Lincoln Blackwood. The truck started its life as a Ford F-150, and given to Lincolns’ expert luxury people to make an elegant, comfortable truck for everyone with enough money.

  Comments | By - December 10, 2015

Ford Thunderbird as a Look Into the Past


The 2002 Ford Thunderbird was conceived in a time where American auto manufacturers were at the height of nostalgic designs.

  Comments | By - September 29, 2015

11/05/2002 – Ford Overhauls Transmission Lineup; Focus On Performance, Fuel Economy

Source: Ford Motor Company FORD OVERHAULS TRANSMISSION LINEUP; FOCUS ON PERFORMANCE, FUEL ECONOMY “We are putting an intense focus on transmissions at Ford Motor Company. With the introduction of a new TorqShift 5-speed automatic, CVTs in 2004 and soon after new rear-wheel-drive and front-wheel-drive 6-speed automatics, we expect that 50 percent of our transmission lineup […] More »

  Comments | By - September 17, 2004

04/25/2002 – Nascar Driver Terry Cook Shares Tips For Driving Picksup And SUVs

Source: International Truck and Engine Corporation NASCAR DRIVER TERRY COOK SHARES TIPS FOR DRIVING PICKUPS AND SUVS WARRENVILLE, Ill. (April 17, 2002) – Pickup trucks are the best selling vehicles in America, and SUVs are gaining popularity, according to J.D. Power and Associates, largely due to their high safety ratings. But the same thing that […] More »

  Comments | By - September 17, 2004

11/05/2002 – 3-Valve Technology Improves Modular V-8 Efficiency, Performance

Source: Ford Motor Company 3-VALVE TECHNOLOGY IMPROVES MODULAR V-8 EFFICIENCY, PERFORMANCE All-new three-valve cylinder-head architecture designed to enhance both power and efficiency. Combination of engine technologies produces 300 peak horsepower – a 15-percent improvement in peak horsepower over the previous 5.4-liter engine. Seven-percent improvement in low-speed torque, and 5 percent increase in peak torque. Torque […] More »

  Comments | By - September 17, 2004

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