Classic Ford Cars

1940 Ford V-8 DeLuxe Station Wagon

The station wagon had long been an important part of Ford’s model lineup, tracing its origins to the earliest utilitarian delivery cars and depot hacks built on the Model T chassis. In its earliest guise, the station wagon...

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1986 Ford RS200 S

With the introduction of Group B regulations, the world of rallying was to experience its greatest period of the quickest, most powerful, and most sophisticated rally cars ever produced. Following a decade of enormous comp...

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1955 Ford Customline Tudor

223-cid six-cylinder engine Automatic transmission Accessory sunvisor Oil bath air cleaner AAA dash-mounted compass Radio and clock Chrome bumpers Wide whitewall tires with factory wheel covers
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1937 Ford V-8 Deluxe

In 1937 Ford adopted all-steel construction for its closed bodies discarding the fabric roof insert of the past. Evidence of streamlining was ample in the handsome new styling. Headlamps were now incorporated into the fron...

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2002 Ford Roush Mustang Stage II

4.6-liter V-8 engine Five-speed manual transmission and short-throw shifter One owner since 2002 Fewer than 6,400 miles on the odometer, not confirmed actual Roush II suspension and custom stainless exhaust 18-inch wheels ...

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1969 Ford Mustang S-Code

This very rare 1969 Mustang has been the beneficiary of a restoration completed in 2014. The car is presented in Champagne Gold Metallic with a matte-black Shaker hood and a Boss chin spoiler. The Mustang is powered by an ...

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1935 Ford Tudor Touring Sedan

from the owner: “This classic beauty has a 305” Chevy Motor with a 350” Turbo Trans Automatic Transmission, a Mustang 2 front rack and pin-yon suspension with front disk brakes and rear drums on radial tires with a new exh...

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1922 Ford Model T/A Dirt Track Roadster

Dirt track roadsters based on Ford Model T and Model A bodies and chassis date back to the 1930s, but they reached a zenith in California after the war. Many late ’50s/early ’60s Indy pilots like Rathman, Vukovich, Bettenh...

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1934 Ford 'Hi-Boy' Three-Window Coupe

Every aspect of this amazing hot rod coupe, offered from the personal collection of Jack Boxstrom, exudes quality of components and construction. The “all-Henry steel” body sports a perfectly raked, estimated 5-inch chop, ...

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1966 Ford GT40 "P/1057"

THE GT40Undoubtedly the most important sports-racing prototype in Ford’s illustrious history, the GT40 began with the manufacturer’s intention to return to sports car competition. After a failed bid to acquire Ferrari, whi...

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1970 Ford LTD Hardtop Sedan

In 1970, Virgil A. “Skip” Chapman Jr. and his wife, Anne of Sacramento, California, visited their local dealer, Winter Ford-Lincoln-Mercury, to buy a new automobile. Mr. Chapman insisted upon a white vinyl roof; with nothi...

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1950 Ford V-8 Custom DeLuxe Station Wagon

This early 1950 Ford V-8 Station Wagon was built during the first half of the 1950 model year, prior to the introduction of the new Country Squire model. These early cars were the last Ford wagons to have a fully wooden ta...

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1937 Ford V-8 DeLuxe Roadster

In the days of the Model T, touring cars or phaetons easily outsold all other body types. Open cars were cheaper, and tourers were more spacious and convenient than roadsters or runabouts. By the era of the Model A, howeve...

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1906 Ford Model N

In 1906 Ford offered the Model N for the low price of $500. The car featured an 84 inch wheelbase and was capable of speeds of 45-mph. This reliable car offered at an affordable price was truly an early sign of things to c...

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