Will Modern Day Cars & Trucks Become Disposable and Not Repairable?
Modern day vehicles are full of modern day safety equipment and electronics. On top of that, there’s computers controlling practically every other aspect of the vehicle. But will all of this new technology make it difficult to repair and restore these vehicles in the future?
Back when the Ford Excursion was out, it got flack from some journalists for being too big to fit into regular garages. Those critics would verbally slaughter the 15,000-pound Excursion you see here. It makes the factory version look like a Smart car in comparison.
GM might have the only domestic midsize trucks on the market right now, but it doesn’t presently offer anything like the 1991 Ford SkyRanger convertible pickup you see here.
When you were a kid, you had to put in the work of eating your green beans to get your sweet reward of dessert. Things turned out similarly with the 1931 Ford Model A Good Humors Ice Cream truck you see here.
It’s ironic that the matte gray car you see here is closer to the production version of the upcoming 2017 Ford GT than the shiny blue stunner that the Blue Oval had on display back in January at the Detroit Auto Show. That’s OK, though.