Take a Glimpse Into the Future of Ford
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.
This 1953 F-100 is ready to decimate the pavement thanks to a 560 cubic inch Cobra Jet crate motor directly from Ford.
It took Dunkel Industries $6 million to create the Ford F-750 World Cruiser. It’s literally a house on wheels.
Ford’s 2017 GT is a study in dichotomies. It’s a high-performance American exotic powered by the efficiency of EcoBoost technology. It’s also a look back on Ford history and a glimpse into the automaker’s future.