Classics Viper Powered1932 Ford Roadster Looking For A New Outlaw
Ford Moving toward Build-to-Order, Away from Packed Dealer Lots
'I know we're wasting money on incentives,' says CEO Jim Farley, acknowledging the way people buy cars and trucks is changing. The pandemic and the resulting chip shortage have changed how Americans buy cars, and Ford thinks that a build-to-order process is the right way to go moving forward.To help sell cars online, Ford recently introduced Ford Express Buy for the Mustang Mach-E and Ford Blue Advantage for used cars and other digital options.
This 1930s legend was known in its prime for its high performance antics and is now searching for a new owner to push it to the limits once more.
is possibly one of America's most iconic automotive legends of the last century due to its use in everything from drag racing to moonshine distribution. People cling to the outlaw past of these beautiful cars, which has made that incredible powerhouse an icon of American freedom and independence on an individual level. This has made these 1930s cars a prevalent choice within the hotrod community for decades. Along with the fact that these beasts are pretty easy to build to one's exact specifications, these are also incredibly light cars and take very well to high horsepower gains. that exceptionally well with a custom-built powertrain and a beautiful exterior to match.
North Dakota’s farmer is bringing a bumper crop of classics to market
The Krinke family has been farming the same land in North Dakota for more than a century. In Neil Krinke’s many years of running the place, he’s grown a lot more than crops. He also collected a huge number of cars and trucks. Now it’s time to bring the harvest to market. In a massive […] The post North Dakota’s farmer is bringing a bumper crop of classics to market appeared first on Hagerty Media. Looking to purchase a car? Find your match on the MSN Autos Marketplace
Powering this elegantis a massive 488 ci Viper V10 that pushes an insane 550 horsepower through a six-speed manual transmission. That insane drivetrain helps this ultra-light roadster to incredible speeds with a distinctly modern powerhouse. This translates into a ridiculous driving experience that will leave any Ford fanatic with a smile on their face as they zoom far past the speed limit and into the realm of high power outlaw antics. Without a doubt, this car has more than enough performance to shoot through the quarter-mile at incredible speed.
is designed to show off that beautiful engine with a very noticeable lack of a hood or any engine concealment. This is further helped by the side exit exhaust, which gives the car an old-school dragster look. Color is the definition of this car's most prominent strong suit as the subtle blue and white two-tone show the car's personality ideally. The interior continues with a simplistic white leather and carpeted interior that reflects a more luxurious take on the classic '30s interior design.
5000 miles, six friends, three cars, and one clutch swap make for an epic Bonneville road trip
The Iron Lords car club is a tight-knit group that favors traditional hot rods. Their idea of a good time is joining a convoy of cars and making the yearly pilgrimage to the racing holy land that is Bonneville Speed Week. This group of six friends from the club have known each other since about […] The post 5000 miles, six friends, three cars, and one clutch swap make for an epic Bonneville road trip appeared first on Hagerty Media. Looking to purchase a car? Find your match on the MSN Autos Marketplace
is pleased to announce our upcoming conducted at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. This 100+ vehicle auction will include the entire Mike Drury collection, among many others. Limited consignments will be accepted for this auction. If you would like information on attending the auction or listing your vehicles in the auction call 225-686-2252 or 800-850-2252. None of the Barber collection is for sale or included in the auction, this is a private auction conducted at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum.
New Ford Ranger Revealed, Previewing Upcoming U.S. Truck .
The attractive new pickup continues to use a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, but it has a significantly improved interior. Ford debuted the new Ranger mid-size pickup for global markets, previewing the model that will be sold in the U.S. shortly after. It continues to use a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine and 10-speed automatic transmission. It will enter production next year, though we expect it to arrive in the U.S. for the 2023 model year.