1965 Mustang Fastback: The Road Star
Ford Mustang Fastback earned the status of a real American car, symbolizing success, strength, and power. This unbridled stallion is probably the first on the list of the coolest muscle cars of all time.
1969 Mustang Mach 1: John Wick’s legendary vehicle
Since its debut, the Ford Mustangs, compared to all other makes and models, had a unique style that cannot be confused with any other car. And the Mach 1, introduced in 1969 was not different - it somehow retained the original car's iconic looks with its unique flair.
1960 Ford Thunderbird: Тhe thunderstrike of the American auto industry
For half a century, under the Thunderbird brand, Ford produced large rear-wheel-drive sedans, coupes, and roadsters positioning them as prestigious vehicles for wealthy owners, who preferred to drive themselves.
American Legends: 1966 Ford Thunderbird
If the entire history of the American automobile industry had to be reduced to one, but the most important, the most principled confrontation, then it would certainly be the age-old dispute between Ford and Chevrolet. As a result of the rivalry between these two giants, the legendary Thunderbird was born.
1956 Ford F100: America’s Best Pickup
Ford F100 model is an undisputed leader among American pickup trucks which have a special place in the United States auto culture.
1917 Ford Model T – the most influential car of the 20th century
The Model T or “Tin Lizzie” is the car that started the entire mass-produced automotive industry. It was the brainchild of the genius Henry Ford, who proved to the world that a machine can be inexpensive to produce without sacrificing its quality. No wonder, he managed to "put America on wheels."
1966 Ford Mustang: a symbol of the American auto industry
Everyone has heard of the Ford Mustang. No wonder! Few models among production vehicles can boast the same worldwide fame that the Ford Mustang does. The iconic first model appeared on April 17, 1964, at the New York World Fair and dramatically changed the US auto industry, making so-called Pony Cars popular.
1963 Ford Thunderbird: A Class Drip from the 1960s
Some skeptics questioned whether the dramatically different four-seat Thunderbird would appeal to purchasers in the same manner as the more openly athletic two-seat predecessor when Ford unveiled it in 1958.
1966 Ford Mustang Fastback
The SR-71 Blackbird spy aircraft entered service in 1966, the last episode of the Dick Van Dyke Show aired, and Ford released the original Mustang Fastback for the last time before the 1967 model year switch, which included a significantly redesigned version. Despite the fact that the Mustang had a wonderful year in sales, the beloved Fastback had a 50% drop in sales from the previous model year. In 1966, only 35,000 Mustang Fastbacks were built, making this vehicle very desirable among Mustang enthusiasts.