We performed a pre-purchase classic car inspection on this 1973 Ford Mustang Convertible in Staunton, Illinois. It wasn’t much to look at as the body had some poor paint work, some filler and some pretty rough corrosion underneath. The car did however run, drive and perform well. This would make a good restoration project for the right buyer but our client wasn’t looking for a project.
– Ford laid out future plans to Car and Driver and other assembled journalists in Dearborn, Michigan, today, with news touching on several upcoming performance and off-road-capable vehicles. Among the several teasers released at the briefing was the first look—sorta—at the upcoming Ford Bronco and a surprise announcement of a
– For the past few years, Ford has tried to transform its image from that of a car company into something resembling a Silicon Valley tech company that just happens to have 115 years of automotive baggage. There were countless presentations on self-driving cars, man-machine-technology interfaces, and other eye rollers. Generally,