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Ford 8 - 1935Details click here
Promoted by ford as providing greater beauty, greater comfort and greater safety, the 1935 models now all v8s offered a much more streamlined body as well as a softer ride. With production shooting up to 942,439 from 1934s 563,921, ford easily outstripped chevrolet as no. 1 in the world
Ford Bronco Ii - 1983Details click here
Ford built the bronco to compete in the marketplace with fourwheel-drive pickups like the chevy blazer and the land and range rovers. For those who wanted a smaller version of the bronco, ford developed the bronco ii.
Ford Custom Convertable - 1951Details click here
The Custom models were the top of the line offerings for Ford in 1951. These cars featured chrome window moldings, a chrome horn ring, two sun visors, armrests on all doors, and horizontal chrome strips on the body exterior. A 95-hp 239-cid 6-cylinder engine or 100-hp 239-cid V-8 engine powered the Custom, both equippped with a standard 3-speed transmission that was available with an automatic overdrive. The going price for a custom convertible in 1951 was $1,949.
Ford Fairlane 427 - 1966Details click here
In 1966, ford restyled its popular fairlane line, expanded it to include 13. Different models and produced a wide array of engine sizes to accommodate every one of them, from the suburban cruiser to the highway hot-rod. The basic model housed a 200-cu.-in. Six-cylinder engine, while the gt came equipped with a 390-cu.in. V8. At the top of the line, however, stood the cobra high-performance engine a 427-cu.-in. Powerhouse that was so impressive they named the model after it.
Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt - 1964Details click here
King of the dragsters in 1964 was a ford fairlane 500 two-door sedan appropriately named the thunderbolt when equipped with fords 427-cu.-in., 425hp v8 engine. Not all were driven by pro racers, for most of the 100 or so built were sold to the public.
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