Henry Ford’s new car, the Model A is driven off the assembly line by his son Edsel. We also see the 15-millionth Model T and Ford driving his first car, the quadricycle. 1927
Video showing Henry and Edsel with the “New Ford Car”
This film shows the achievements of Ford in Britain during the 1930s. It includes hill climbs and other reliability tests featuring the Model A, the 8hp and the 14.9hp (“Popular” and “Fourteen”). We also see the building of the… Read More ›
Bill Warner is the Founder and Chairman of The Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance Foundation and he has spent his life trying to find significant cars. Today he shares the story of his 1934 Edsel Ford Speedster. Learn more about the… Read More ›
Edsel & Eleanor Ford Family Channel video on Edsel Ford and his family
The Ford children loved racing toy cars (they were Fords afterall!) around the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House property.
Great file from the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House Channel on YouTube
https://youtu.be/zd6J6OQ18jw Crafted with expansive center-opening doors in homage to the 1939 original, entering the Lincoln Continental 80th Anniversary Coach Door Edition means going the way of presidents, royalty and superstars. It’s an extraordinary vehicle with an ownership experience to match.
Had Henry’s son been given more power and more time, the company would have a different look today Henry Ford was the pivotal manufacturing genius of the 20th century. His mass production of the automobile changed the world. But his… Read More ›
Reblog from David Greenlees excellent The Old Motor on the launch of one of my all time favourites The Lincoln Zephyr. The all new and modern-looking 1936 Lincoln Zephyr designed by Eugene Gregorie was introduced early in November of 1935…. Read More ›
1935 marked a real change as far as the model line up for Ford Motor Company with the introduction of the 1935 Ford V8. The article here on Mac’s Motor City Garage includes an excellent video of Henry and Edsel… Read More ›