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Browse through classic Ford car news and feature stories below. These additional resources for Ford enthusiasts may also be of interest:
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SEMA ACTION NETWORK UPDATE Michigan Introduces Bill to Expand Use of Historic Vehicles Michigan, the birthplace to many of the collector cars we cherish, has introduced legislation (S.B. 1146) that would amend the state’s current law governing historic motor vehicles … More
Nine Shelby automobiles will be displayed at the Petersen Automotive Museum May 30 through June 3 in honor of their creator Carroll Shelby. Those cars include the prototype Cobra CSX2000, the first production Cobra CSX2001, a Cobra Daytona Coupe, a … More
Ford Motor Co. has a long history of building vehicles, or at least supplying engines, for United States military. Some of the memorable and collectible of all vintage U.S. vehicles were produced by Ford. Following are some of the most important Blue Oval machines ever to wear olive drab. More
After their financial resources, the Vanderbilts are known for automobiles — both racing them and owning them. In addition to their unique dedication to racing the automobile, the family had uniquely fine taste when it came to selecting chariots — often Packards, many of these cars carrying expensive and plush coachwork. But this Ford was different. More
Kristin Updegraff informed us that her father Edward Towe — of Towe Antique Ford Museum fame — has passed away. The following is his complete obituary: Edward Towe Edward Towe, a Montana banker, rancher, and entrepreneur, died March 13, … More
It’s hard, if not impossible, to deny the lasting appeal of the 1932 Ford. Be it roadster, woodie, coupe (three- or five-window), cabriolet, Tudor or Fordor, there’s no such thing as a bad Deuce. We’re obviously not the only oil-blooded Americans that feel this way, so we want to give you the leap on the Petersen Automotive Museum’s upcoming Deuce Days 80th anniversary celebration on the 1932 Ford, slated for Feb. 29 to March 3. More
The Iola Old Car Show and the Vintage Military Show aren’t the only hip automotive events to hit the greater Iola, Wis., area. The Symco Shakedown rumbles the tiny town of Symco, Wis., with throaty pipes, chirping cheater slicks and … More
The California Automobile Museum will host the Sierra Mustang Club in its Car Club Sierra Mustang Car Club Cavalcade Exhibit for the month of December. From December 3 through January 6, visitors will enjoy an array of cars from throughout … More
Bill Harper simply couldn’t help himself after he took a stroll through the Auburn car corral and saw his dream car for sale: a 1956 Ford Customline Victoria in two-tone green. More