A bit of fun from Autoweek We return to the Car Clock of the Week series with a type of clock that
With Detroit Autorama getting shockingly close, Scott Sheehan — our hero — has turned what looked like a car into a bare frame. That
The Sierra XR4i was very much the poor relation of the Sierra Cosworth in the UK back in the day.
The ’93 Cobra and Lightning were the first machines out of the Ford Special Vehicle Team program. The Contour SVT
These days, it’s common for automakers to build road-legal tributes to their race cars; whether these have any extra performance
Back to work after the Grand National Roadster show, and explaining the thrash It might not seem like a ton
Scott Sheehan’s T.R.O.G. ready Model T will make its debut in Detroit … if it’s ready With the Grand National Roadster
We’ll count the Simca Vedette as American, since it had a flathead Ford V8. After I wrote about the 1960 Rambler
In the age of mass production, a man could change the world with a single idea. Henry Ford had several.
You don’t find that AMBR winning roadsters are as capable as David Martin’s creation winner of the title earlier this