The first car made for the mass market was manufactured by Henry Ford—the Model T. The very first Ford Model T rolled off the production line on October 1, 1908 in Detroit, Michigan. The Model T was a low-cost, dependable car that was easy to drive and to maintain. It had a 20-horsepower,Continue reading
Iconic in their own sense, these notable American cars continue to be favorites of enthusiasts and collectors. Which American class is your dream ride?
The Edsel’s Poor Timing, Planning and Execution The Edsel was an automobile that has become synonymous with failure. There are many reasons why the car was such a disaster. Simply put, the Edsel failed because of a combination of planning, marketing and production problems. There were internal changes at Ford that resulted in a lackContinue reading
The Chrysler 300 Letter Series automobiles were produced between 1955 and 1965. This series consisted of high-performance luxury cars built by the Chrysler Corporation.Continue reading
In the years following WWII, Americans were increasingly drawn to the smaller size and unique styling of European sports cars. At first, foreign cars weren’t selling in the US in large numbers, but American carmakers didn’t offer anything to compete with them either. It wasn’t until the late ’50s that car manufacturers started to realizeContinue reading