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Ford has just announced the arrival of the 2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty! This is an entirely new and innovative chapter in the history of the Super Duty pickup. Read More
Welcome back to our Throwback series! Today’s Throwback: The Ford Country Squire. Ford had been making station wagons under the Country Squire nameplate since 1950, usually as a top of the line trim to its full size car. The 1979-1991 models are unique; they are the last of the “boats” to set sail from the port known as Ford’s station wagon market. Or, in less of an analogy, the last full size station wagons made by Ford. Read More
Ever since we first heard the announcement about the new Mustang back in December 2013, we at Ford Addict have been eager to do a 2015 Ford Mustang GT review. Other than the new redesign, 2015 is also an important year as the Mustang proudly celebrates its 50th Anniversary. Now while traditional birthdays are celebrated by blowing out candles and sharing cake with loved ones, the Mustang’s 50th birthday was celebrated by blowing the doors off of Camaros and parking one on the roof of the Empire State Building. We here at Ford Addict had a different approach to celebrating the Mustang’s 50th, we celebrated in a way that kept it simple. We drove one.
Shots were fired on April 17, 1964. A battle was started, but not the kind we typically think of: it was the Pony Car War. Now, rivalries in America aren’t new. Just like Coke and Pepsi, Yankees and Red Sox, Ed Sullivan and pretty much every guest on his show. Just like all rivalries, the Mustang vs. Camaro has its own unique story. Here’s the tale:
Hello fellow Ford Addicts, welcome to another edition of our Throwback series. This is a segment where we discuss the classic Ford vehicles that have had an impact on the legacy of the brand we love most. Today’s Throwback: the 1949 Ford.
Welcome to the newest addition to the Ford Addict Blog. A segment we’d like to call Throwback Fords, where we talk about Ford vehicles of the past that have helped shape the lineup today. This little trip down memory lane will provide a cool history lesson of our favorite vehicle brand, as well as its vehicles through Lincoln, Mercury, Edsel, and even Merkur!
Mustang fans have been patiently waiting since the new 2015 Mustang was unveiled back in December for the specs of the new pony to be released. Well fellow Ford Addicts and Mustang Enthusiasts, that glorious day has come. In a current press release from Ford, the new Mustang’s trim levels, engine options, and weight have been officially announced.
Ford’s catchy jingle in their recent commercials “you got me looking for the next best thing” is right in tune with society today, reflecting our attitudes on new and trendy products coming out everyday. Then there is the Ford Mustang. Released April 17, 1964, the Mustang has been a cornerstone of performance vehicles and American muscle for 50 years now and still continues to grow. To celebrate this 50 year mark, Ford is releasing the all new 2015 Mustang with a plethora of new options and engines on the way. Early this week Car and Driver leaked all the details Ford doesn’t want you to know about the 2015, here is everything you need to know.