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Articles: History Alley
The story of how Bob Lutz led early development on Ford’s original Explorer SUV.
While the Mk II GT40 might have been the car to first win Le Mans for Ford, the story of the later Mk IV is perhaps even more riveting.
Reportedly, the late Carroll Shelby taped yarn onto the driver’s side of the Ford GT40 Mk I to observe the airflow over the body.
Want the first Ford Mustang pace car ever built? It’s yours, for a cool $1.1 million.
One of Prince’s top hits, “Little Red Corvette,” wasn’t written about a Corvette at all.
Here’s the story of the last car Carroll Shelby was ever deeply involved in: the Shelby 1000 Mustang.
We can summarize how this video makes us feel in a single word: “tingly.”
The “striped tomato” Gran Torino from Starsky & Hutch turns 40 this year. Happy birthday!
Given his love for racing, the idea that Steve McQueen drove the classic car chase in “Bullitt” doesn’t sound far-fetched in the least.
One stunning piece of classic motoring Americana, all dressed up in Wimbledon White.