At a recent birthday supper, Sonny Thurmond, Bill Boswell and I entertained our wives with stories of our underage driving
Herman Rogg of Goshen, Conn. first spotted his 1940 Lincoln Continental in 1951 and had to have it. He courted
26.5 hp, 4 cylinder engine, 3 speed manual transmission. I purchased this from the estate of the second owner. Clean!
As those of you who are kind enough to reads this blog will know I’m an early Ford history buff,
What was life on the Ford production line in Cork like? Here, John Brennan, who worked in the factory from 1948
Some great 1951 Bonneville footage from Mac’s Motor City Garage
1951 Mechanix Illustrated Roadster. It’s unlikely that any modern magazine would run an article about building your own 100mph