Fordlandia is a Forgotten Piece of Ford History
When you’ve been around for more than a century, like Ford has, you’re going to have your share of failures. Not everything is going to be a runaway success. A place called Fordlandia certainly wasn’t.
Last year, the Midwest suffered from a snowy winter that never seemed like it was going to end. This year, that privilege has been bestowed onto the people of the Northeast. But if you live anywhere that gets that cold white stuff, you really should go out and buy snow tires. Like right now. Even if you have 4WD. You’ll thank me later.
When it comes to going vertical, Rock Bouncers seem to do it best and one guy in particular is Bobby Tanner. Watch him take Screaming Blue up this nearly impossible looking wall. Then add the difficulty of water to the mix and you just wonder if he’ll really make it. Bobby just doesn’t let up […] More »
Check out this old ad for the 1972 Ford Ranchero 500. The 2-door coupe/pickup was all the rage back in the day and came with a 302 engine under its sweeping hood and had a spacious 6 1/2-ft. cargo bed. The sixth generation utility/pickup car was redesigned for this year and had a large fish mouth – […] More »
While the Ford F-450 is one of the toughest, hardest working trucks sold in America, it is not typically one that you would expect to see doing something like a big nasty burnout. Fortunately, the owner of this then-new 2008 F-450 doesn’t see any issue with roasting all four of the rear wheels in pretty […] More »