The Ford F-100 helped Ford establish its leadership position in the pickup truck segment. Though the F-100 was a very capable machine for its time, it wasn’t really anywhere close to being a lively performance vehicle. A company called QA1… Read More ›
Could Ford have been the first carmaker (okay, truck maker) to mass produce gas turbines for the road? – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings
The Seventies were supposed to be the decade for gas turbines – touted for decades as the engines of the future – to finally take to the roads en masse. And while each of the Big Three had its own… Read More ›
While the F- Series officially debuted in 1948, the concept was already set in motion back in 1925 with a rudimentary truck Model T.T. based on the Ford Model T. This factory-assembled truck had a longer wheelbase and a heavier frame… Read More ›
Took a visit to the John Mould Paradise Collection today, the collection is located at Burghfield nr Reading UK. A wonderful collection of vehicles, both cars & trucks, in particular a number of really nice Model A’s.