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FORD MOD. A

FORD MOD. A

FORD MOD. A (United States 1930) The A replaced the popular Ford T in 1927 and its mechanicals and bodywork were naturally much more up to date. It had a three-speed gearbox, brakes on all four wheels, hydraulic shock absorbers and coil ignition. It was in production...
FORD MOD. T

FORD MOD. T

FORD MOD. T (United States 1916) The Model T is one of history’s most famous cars. Simple, sturdy and inexpensive to run, it was the answer to Henry Ford’s wish to offer a mass-produced vehicle that would cost little to buy. It had a number of way-ahead features:...
FORD MOD. JEEP

FORD MOD. JEEP

FORD MOD. JEEP (United States 1941) Almost 278,000 jeeps were produced by both Ford and Willys Overland as G.P. (general pur pose) vehicles (hence the nickname) for the American and Allied armies during World War II. Many, indeed, were the purposes to which this tough...