The 1953 Ford F100 shown in the image on the right was actually one of two Ford pickups designed by Chip Foose with the help of the companies involved in the SEMA Cares Charity group with the other
We reported last week that there would be two very special 2013 Ford Shelby GT500s that would go across the auction block at the 2013 Barrett-Jackson auction.
Oscar winning actor Jeremy Irons may be one of the most critically acclaimed stars around today, but he may not have a fan in the Ford Motor Co.
When buyers take their 2013 Shelby GT500 to Shelby American in Las Vegas, Nevada, they can get a performance engine upgrade from 662 horsepower all the way up to a mind-numbing 850 hp.
Back in the early 1980s, Carroll Shelby teamed up with the Chrysler Group to produce the Dodge Omni GLH Shelby – an affordable compact car fitted with a high performance turbocharged engine that of
The EPA has just announced the Ford Fusion Energi delivers a 620-mile range, with 21 in EV mode and the rest using its on-board gasoline engine.
The Ford Atlas Concept truck is a vehicle that Ford Motor Company refers to as their future vision for pickup trucks but in reality, the Atlas could very well be giving us an early look at the next
Ford hired more than 8,100 new employees in 2012 (1,000 of which were jobs re-imported from overseas) and is halfway to its goal of creating 12,000 hourly jobs in the U.S.
Ford, on Thursday, ushered their open source hardware accessory platform, OpenXC, out of beta.
Ford’s survey specifically revealed one in three Europeans would spend more for a greener, i.e.
When Barrett-Jackson plans a charity auction, they know how to do it up right.
December 2012 was a pretty so-so month for Ford Motor Company with the Lincoln brand posting negative growth and the Ford brand posting the lowest growth rate of those brands on the positive side o
If you still think a car is still four wheels that get you from point A to B, you are partially right. Today’s cars are closer to rolling computers, connected in more ways then ever.