Archive for September, 2014
Ford Concept Cars
Did you know Ford had a two wheel concept car back in 1961? Well they did and back then it probably seemed like it was the wave of the future. Now it might seem more nerdy or even flimsy. A thin tube of a car on a potentially wobbly pair of two wheels. The Ford concept cars of today look vastly different. They don’t significantly alter the look of how all other cars are like the one from back in the day, but they do create some excitement. (more…)
Ford Super Duty
Now in their sixteenth year of production the 5 millionth Ford Super Duty is rolling off the assembly line this fall and we couldn’t be more excited about it. The Ford Super Duty is the workhorse of the brand and many of the owners who have or will own one of the 5 million soon to be or already out there. What’s even better is that more will follow. (more…)
How Do I Parallel Park my Car?
Trucks are large vehicles by nature and this makes them more difficult to maneuver in tight spaces often leaving drivers asking, how do I parallel park my car? For the 2015 Ford F-150 the answer has arrived. A 360-degree camera view and multiple sensors will now make people ask how you did that so well. (more…)
The New Ford Mustang
The 2015 Ford Mustang will be added to the Ford car lineup soon. We’ve already gotten a look at it and after the auction at EAA some lucky guy or gal already owns one. We’re excited for it to come to our lot and we’re sure you are too. It’s hard not to be excited about the new Ford Mustang. The Mustang has been around for a long time and every iteration of it has taken us one step further to where we are now. (more…)
What Safety Features are Important in a Car?
If you haven’t heard of Ford’s new surveillance mode that is used on the police version of the Ford Taurus you probably aren’t alone. However, now that you have, you might think what safety features are important in a car? This particular feature lets officers know if someone is coming up from behind the vehicle. (more…)
Cars are incredibly complex machines. Even the most practiced and knowledge person can be baffled when challenged by a problem from under the hood. For the average person, unless there has be a true interest in cars for a long time, they usually know very little about exactly how a car works, much less the multitude of incredibly confusing systems that make cars efficient, fast, and powerful. Luckily, some people are out to change that with a toy that can get children hooked at a young age. (more…)