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Ford Thunderbird - 1955-1957Details click here
For three glorious years in the mid-fifties, the ford thunderbird introduced a new concept to the american car-buying public that the style and performance of two-seaters like the jaguar and the porsche could be found in a sporty, affordable car made right here at home.
Ford V8 Phaeton - 1934Details click here
Although phaeton is a term of french origin, it was used in the united states for what the french called a torpedo. this was the name given to a four-door open touring car with an unbroken top line from front to back, the doors flush with the sides of the body. Such a car might, have a canvas top but would have side screens instead of a true convertibles roll-up windows.
Ford Vs - 1932-1941Details click here
Henry ford,- who loved doing things his own way and better than eveiyone else, said in 1929, were going from a four to an eight because chevrolet is going to a six. but he gave his engineers a challenge: To design a mass-producible monoblock powerplant that would simultaneously increase engine output and decrease company overhead. After a year of top-secret work at thomas edisons old laboratory, the first v8 prototype was completed.
Fouillaron - 1900-1914Details click here
The small firm founded in 1900 by the engineer gustave fouillaron was only one of dozens of obscure european automakers in the early years of this century. But fouillaron is remembered for its infinitely-variable transmission, which proved to be more than 50 years ahead of its time.
Gladiator 2030 Hp - 1905-1907Details click here
Gladiator was founded as a maker of bicycles in 1891 but was bought five years later by a british syndicate that added motorcycles and automobiles to the line under the name clement, gladiator and humber (france) ltd. Even after adolphe clement left the company in 1903, gladiator continued to make cars under the clement name as well as its own, forcing him to call his own cars clement-bayards.
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