1965 FORD MUSTANG NO. 00002 It might be serial number 00002, but as no. 00001 went to a convertible, this 1965 Ford Mustang is the very first Mustang hardtop. Exhaustively researched by historian Bob Fria, it's unclear whether the convertible or this car
TIGER SIBERIAN ADVENTURE VEHICLE Designed to support long-term camping in remote locations, the Tiger Siberian Adventure Vehicle can get you nearly anywhere you want and keep you comfortable once you arrive. Set atop either a 4x4 Ford F550 or Ram 5500 chassis, the
1966 FORD GT40 MKI This 1966 Ford GT40 MKI isn't just any first-gen example of this historic race car — it was the first road-ready example ever delivered to the US. Built at Ford's Advanced Vehicles factory in England, it was powered by
2020 FORD BRONCO CONCEPT It's unlikely to see the production line anytime soon — it's not even an official Ford concept, after all — but we still wouldn't mind hopping behind the wheel of this2020 Ford Bronco Concept. Drawing inspiration from classic Broncos
SHELBY GT40 MKII 50TH ANNIVERSARY LE MANS EDITION Built by Superformance to mark the anniversary of the GT40's legendary 1-2-3 finish at the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Shelby GT40 MKII 50th Anniversary Le Mans Edition is as close as you
2017 FORD F-150 RAPTOR SUPERCREW TRUCK Ford's Raptor is able to get you pretty much anywhere you want to go. Problem is, with a limited backseat, it's likely going to be just you — and maybe a single friend — making the trip.
Ford Performance Chief Engineer Jamal Hameedi was in China when he received an interesting text. Half a world away his team was shaking down the newest Shelby Mustang at Grattan Raceway in rural Michigan. The news was encouraging. The GT350R was keeping
GT500's aren't exactly common. Examples kept at the company are even more rare, and designated "engineering" cars are rarer still. This 1967 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 is among the latter. One of only 11 built that year, chassis number 0425 was born at Shelby's California