No Reserve: 1979 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT

Generating genuine buyer interest can be challenging for some sellers because sometimes a classic doesn’t strike a chord with enthusiasts. That isn’t the case with this 1979 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT. The desirability of these vehicles was demonstrated when… more»

Fresh 460: 1977 Ford F250 Ranger 4×4

Picking the right vehicle for off-road adventures or towing duties can sometimes be challenging, but this 1977 Ford F250 Ranger 4×4 is a strong candidate to serve in either role. It is a rock-solid and tidy classic, but the… more»

Mail Call! 1931 Ford Model A Letter Carrier

The Model A was the successor to Ford’s highly popular (and affordable) Model T of the early 20th Century. Thanks in part to growing competition and the Great Depression, it didn’t enjoy the same level of sales success. Just… more»

Just Out of Storage: 1966 Ford F100 Pickup

I sometimes wonder whether we ever reach a point in life when using the word “cool” to describe anything is inappropriate. I will throw caution to the wind because that seems the best term to describe this 1966 Ford… more»

Running Project: 1965 Ford Mustang 302 V8

Question: What 1960s new car sold nearly 1.3 million copies in its first 30 months? If you answered the Ford Mustang, you would be right as the auto was the sales phenomenon of the decade. Released in April 1964,… more»

Restore Or Parts? 1959 Ford Thunderbird

The seller of this 1959 Ford Thunderbird here on Facebook Marketplace says his car comes with no title or keys and specifically lists it as a parts car.  But over the years we’ve seen far worse-looking autos exchange hands… more»

Garage Find: 1970 Ford Torino SportsRoof

The Torino began in 1968 as the upscale version of Ford’s mid-size car, the Fairlane. It took over representing the series in 1970 and continued as such through the 1976 model year. The autos received a redesign in 1970… more»

No Reserve: 1970 Ford Mustang Sportsroof 351/4-Speed

Hmm, a 1970 Ford Mustang Sportsroof. Shiny paint? Check. Rust-free? Check. Desirable drivetrain combination? Yep. No Reserve? Ooh, yeah! There’s no doubt this beauty ticks the right boxes for most Blue-Oval enthusiasts, and if an in-person inspection doesn’t confirm… more»

One of 1,999 Made: 1955 Ford Crown Victoria Transparent Top

Here’s a rare one. 1955 was the first-year of the full-sized Fairlane, and over 626,000 were built. But only a mere 1,999 of those were Ford Fairlane Crown Victoria Transparent Tops with its distinctive permanent sunroof. (Ford used the… more»

Rare Driver: 2007 Ford Mustang Shelby GT

If I told you that you could own a road-ready Ford Mustang carrying the revered Shelby badge for under $20,000, many enthusiasts probably wouldn’t be able to get their wallets out of their pockets fast enough. That is the… more»

Sporty Gas Miser: 1986 Ford Escort GT

In 1981, the Ford Escort replaced the Pinto as the company’s subcompact offering. Built as a “world car” through collaboration with Ford of Europe, the Escort shifted to front-wheel-drive and would remain in production into the early part of… more»

86k Original Miles? 1968 Ford Mustang

Odometer readings in advertisements can sometimes cause potential buyers confusion that raises doubts about whether they should pursue that car further. However, this 1968 Mustang confirms that even when such questions hang over their heads, vehicles of this caliber… more»

Rust-Free Classic: 1977 Ford Bronco

The First Generation Bronco was reaching the end of its production life by the time our feature vehicle rolled off the line in 1977. Ford documentation reveals the company had estimated a production tally of 40,000 units per year,… more»

50 Years In A Barn! 1940 Ford Standard Tudor

A Ford two-door “Tudor” (is that redundant?) with a flathead V8? Yes, please. Ford offered a “De Luxe” and Standard model in 1940 and the partially-painted grille identifies this 1940 Ford Standard Tudor Sedan as a Standard. The De… more»

Clean Convertible: 1992 Ford Mustang LX

Is there a car you never tire of seeing pictures of? For me, it’s a clean Fox body Mustang. I’m not sure what it is, but scoping out bone-stock survivors like this 1992 Mustang LX convertible will never be… more»

Preserve or Restore? 1931 Ford Model A Pickup

It’s a 1931 Ford Model A pickup truck, and it’s here on eBay in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. The honest what-you-see-is-what-you-get truck has been stored inside since 1975. The engine turns freely—with a wrench—and the ignition key is included. “Overall… more»