With a very small number produced for the public, the Ford vehicles of WWII are an interesting series produced almost unchanged between 1946-48. With all-flathead engines these vehicles are highly collectible - if you can find one.Read More
Vintage vehicles, Automotive history and stories from motoring's past.
The 1941 Ford, a favorite with collectors and hot rodders, was to be the last regular production Ford for many years with WW][ consuming every vehicle the company could produce. Take a ride with Henry on this end-of-an-era line of vehicles for Ford.Read More
When Ed Duvall told the California Highway Patrol that their new-for-1937 Fords were slower than his '35, they didn't believe him. But when he outgunned their cars and shot past 100MPH they definitely stood up and took notice.Read More
In 1932 Ford ushered in a new era of performance with the affordably-priced V8 making unprecedented horsepower in the low-priced field. This iconic car was the inspiration for the Beach Boys Little Deuce Coupe and has driven hot rod enthusiasts since the day it first rolled off the assembly line.Read More
Denny Duvall continues his vintage car series with a story about the Ford Model A, Henry's second-generation car which was more sophisticated in every way than the Model T it replaced. Heck, you could even buy it in four different colors!Read More
The Ford Model T transmission was in a class by itself. With three pedals on the floor, none of which would affect fuel delivery, learning to smoothly start and drive the Model T was challenging, to say the least. Here are insights on the unique Model T transmission from Denny Duvall.Read More