Rare Convertible Ford GTX1 Can Be Yours for $460,000
The last generation Ford GT was a sleeper hit. Ford initially didn’t do well with the car, but since then, the Ford GT has become a collector favorite with prices for these amazing Detroit built machines soaring through the roof with no end in sight.
We believe rumors of the demise of the Ford V8 is greatly exaggerated? Why? We go into details on the why V8 might be limited, but not gone from the lineup.
Drag racing is serious business and the truck you see here doesn’t shy away from it.
Maybe you’re thinking of getting a Blue Oval vehicle, but you’re a little trigger-shy because you’re wondering if it’s worth waiting for the next-generation version of it. If that’s the case, you’re in luck.
Unlike modern trucks, older Ford’s from the 20s-30s came in all shapes, sizes, and iterations to suit a thousand different jobs, but only came under one nameplate. The Ford Model AA.