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War-era Ford pickup turns heads on North Coast roads – Juan Venter @NorthCoastCourier

A candy red Ford pickup that you might spot on the roads of the North Coast has a fascinating history. Manufactured shortly before the start of World War 2 when Ford halted the production of 1942 Ford pickups, this one… 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 ›

From the lost era of downsized American performance comes a low-mileage 1979 Mercury Capri RS Turbo – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

Of course, I’m partial to the late Seventies American performance hatches, which seem to have largely gone overlooked in the fervor to embrace Eighties and Nineties cars as the next wave of collectibles. These were the cars that showed how Wangers-era… Read More ›

1941 Ford Coupe Hot Rod Features Mercedes-Benz Leather Interior, Chevy V8 Power – Mircea Panait @Autoevolution

Updated in preparation for the unpredictability of the automotive industry in the Second World War, the 1941 Ford daw massive commercial success until 1948 thanks to affordable pricing, many options, and a lot of body styles. This particular two-door coupe, however,… Read More ›

Like ESPN, we offer our own Top 10: Favorite Fords – Larry Edsall @ClassicCars.com

During the recent Fourth of July weekend, Disney+ debuted the original-cast performance of the historic Broadway musical, Hamilton. To help promote the event, and its parent company, ESPN’s Sports Center offered up one of its 10-best segments, this one featuring the 10-best Hamiltons…. Read More ›

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