The Ford Model A Standard Fordor Sedan was introduced in 1929 and was the best family automobile a family man could buy. Today, we take a closer look at a completely original, unrestored 1929 Fordor Sedan model 165-B and take… Read More ›
Nice old video of early Model A assembly
“You’re racing against something that isn’t human:” a short virtual film festival focused on all things Bonneville – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings
Bonneville’s one of those places where, once you see it, you can’t get it out of your head. You could travel the world and not feel that you’ve ever really left home until you set foot there. You come away… Read More ›
One of Paul’s Excellent Model A Videos, this one is in the style of Doug DeMuro The Ford Model A is considered by many to be the best American car ever made. Today, I review a 1931 Ford Model A… Read More ›
Walter P. Chrsyer with his first car in 1924 and with Straight 8 in 1930. Then see Chrysler factory building cars and coming off the line. The Straight 8 and other Flathead 6s and 8s gave way to more powerful… Read More ›
1924 to 1941. Start with caveman and journey ahead to the modern Chrsyler corporation with its industrial might. See traffic, freeways, designers, engineers, factories and cars on the road.
Really good video from chevahaulic on the workings of the Model A oiling system Simple but effective like the majority of Henry’s stuff.
Watch Mart’s series! Mart Says “I felt sorry for this rusty crusty flathead. It was sitting on Ebay and I ended up buying it. I think the challenge of getting it stripped down and evaluating what is there will make… Read More ›
1928 Detroit Police Escort Ford Cars Shot by an unknown Detroit film maker in 1928 showing Detroit police escorting new Ford cars thru the streets of Detroit to an unidentifiable location. It appears the escort went from perhaps a Ford… Read More ›
Crawling through a Toronado to find a Corvette Tom has crawled over and around cars before but never through one. In this episode of “Barn Find Hunter,” Tom discovers a warehouse full of rare Brass Era cars and desirable Mid-60s… Read More ›