In Geneva, Ford showed off its credentials in the performance department.
This EL-series Ford Fairmont was left for dead on the side of a country road in rural Australia.
We’re celebrating Labor Day with pictures of American cars sourced from our vast archives and, of course, by taking a day off.
We’d be tempted by one of the Escorts, but ultimately we’d take home the CX. How about you?
Ford’d position indicator accurately previewed the modern-day GPS.
How this third-gen Ford Fiesta ended up abandoned on a popular motocross track is a mystery.
What cars can you identify in these pictures of Lyon, France, taken in the 1950s and 1960s?
The P4 will be replaced by the Ford Ranger.
Ford has been on a performance kick lately.
Car-based vans have been incredibly popular in Europe and abroad since the end of World War II. Generally cheaper to buy, register and insure than larger commercial vehicles, these city-friendly vans and pickup trucks have been widely used as delivery vehicles, work mules and passenger haulers over the past couple of decades. Almost every automaker …