Classic Ford Cars

1956 Ford Custom

This car’s constructor began with a 1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria hardtop coupe, and cleared the body of unnecessary ornamentation. Nosed and decked, it retains the Fairlane side trim, while the grille is replaced by horizon...

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1929 Ford Model A Leatherback

Ford’s new Model A was doing well at the start of its second season. More than a million had been sold, and there was a surfeit of body styles, 18 in all. There were three models of the basic “two window” Fordor, as Ford c...

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1939 Ford V-8 Deluxe

By 1939, the Ford Roadster was long gone from the catalog, but the company still offered a rumbleseat Convertible Coupe – for one final year. This car is one of 10,422 built. New for Ford products in 1939 were hydraulic br...

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1944 Ford GPW

This 1944 Ford GPW “Jeep” is affectionately named “Tojo” and is special in many ways. The United States produced two Jeeps for World War II. Between 1941 and 1945, Willys produced 361,339 MB jeeps. During this same timefra...

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1929 Ford T/A V-8 Highboy

The Florida teenager who built this spot-on perfect rendition of a low-buck Highboy decades ago, started with a rust-free circa 1925 Ford Model T all-steel roadster body found in the attic of famed drag racer, winner and m...

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1931 Ford Model A Two-Door Deluxe

For 1930, Ford introduced a second phaeton style. With room for five passengers, the new style 180-A Deluxe Phaeton had seats for five but only two doors. Front seats were semi-bucket form and folded forward for rear acces...

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1908 Ford Model R Runabout

Although the Model T made great technical strides with its cast en bloc engine and removable cylinder head, thermosyphon cooling and transverse leaf rear suspension, other T hallmarks were already in use on its predecessor...

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1931 Ford Model A "Unknown Roadster"

Exciting cars and the stories that chart their rich pasts are as old as the hobby itself. Over the years, many enthusiasts have been most particular in researching their cars past and have searched out past owners and inte...

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1935 Ford "Winfield's Custom Shop"

Gene Winfield is well recognized as an iconic American automotive customizer. Mr. Winfield grew up in Modesto, California and was early on exposed to auto body shops and motorsports, including driving 135-mph in "The Thing...

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1932 Ford Flathead V-8 Highboy

Known as “Blue Boy”, this Henry Ford original steel-bodied hot rod sports a perfect stance with a classic complement of parts and accessories. A shaved and chopped “deuce” grille shell, dropped axles and headlight bar with...

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1911 Ford Model T Torpedo Runabout

Ford restyled the Model T for 1911, giving it a new radiator, fenders, and wheels. Its body now used steel panels over a wood framework, as opposed to earlier all-wood construction. Whereas cars were previously offered in ...

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1911 Ford Model T Five-Passenger Touring

Henry Ford’s Model T, marketed as “The Universal Car,” sold the world over and was assembled in many countries. Few found their way to Soviet Russia, however, as Ford didn’t officially establish a presence in the USSR unti...

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1960 Ford Zodiac Mk II Saloon

Detroit-based Ford Motor Company has been engaged in foreign markets almost from its inception. In fact, by 1911, production of Model As was even underway in Manchester, England, and indeed production of further models con...

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1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan

Henry Ford actually did not want to stop producing the Model T; rather, he was forced to do so by rival Chevrolet, who was building far sprightlier cars. Thus, the new Model A became available for the 1928 model year, firs...

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1913 Ford Model T Touring

The ubiquitous Model T, or Tin Lizzie, as it was affectionately known, came to market in October of 1908. This was the car that Henry Ford endeavored to produce for nearly 20 years. By the end of 1927, when the car was dis...

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