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The Misunderstood BOSS 429 – Unity Motor Sports Garage @YouTube

Here is a Video from Unity Motor Sports Garage covering some of the BOSS 429 history, Ford’s most Misunderstood Engine…. The Superspeedway slayer, Street/Strip nightmare… Huge shout-out to Sam Jr Auxier on taking a few minutes to share his first… Read More ›

Two Ford videos made 40 years apart show how much – and how little – engine manufacturing changed – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

From 1954 to 1994, Ford improved its engine casting process in many ways, as we can see from these two Ford-produced videos showcasing the cast-iron engine manufacturing at the Cleveland and Windsor plants, respectively. Computerization! Ergonomic work stations! Conference rooms? A gym? But once… Read More ›

Which one of these four vintage pickups from the Sixties would you choose for your dream garage? – Matt Litwin @Hemmings

If there is a vehicle that built the American economy, it is arguably the pickup. Consider its versatility in basic light-duty form: Farmers could bring their humble harvest to market in the same design that enabled store owners to deliver goods to… Read More ›

This 1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria Coupe Still Features the Original Invoice – Mircea Panait @AutoEvolution

Not to be confused with the Fairlane line of vehicles for the Australian market, the full-size car for North America replaced the Crestline series in 1955. The Victoria hardtop coupe in the gallery is one of the best-preserved examples from the first… Read More ›

Which one of these four pony performers from the ’80s would you choose for your Dream Garage? – Matt Litwin @Hemmings

In our latest round of This or That we deliver to you a fresh round of four options to fill yet another bay in your unlimited Dream Garage, this time from the pony car market. But rather than offer up your typical selection of Sixties… Read More ›

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