Stroll Back In Time With These Classic Ford Thunderbird Commercials
The Ford Thunderbird, or T-Bird, was one of the original personal luxury cars made by Ford, starting in the 1950s. The model has quite the run with 11 distinct generations, but it was the early part of the model run of the Thunderbird that people still think of with love and collectors tend to scoop up. Was this because the television commercials were so good? Maybe, maybe not, but watching them sure does give us the warm and fuzzies. Here are a few vintage Ford Thunderbird commercials that will send you back to a simpler time.
Racing A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Is Pure Art
With only 36 in existence, the Ferrari 250 GTO is probably the most sought-after car to emerge from Maranello. The thought of racing such a valuable masterpiece might fill some with horror. After all, taking any vehicle on the track can be a recipe for disaster. And while this car has been squirreled away in secure garages most of its life, it’s going to be competing at the Velocity Invitational in mid-November.
National Park Mystified By Model T Ford Left In Arizona Desert
Inside Arizona’s Petrified Forest National Wilderness Area, you’ll find all kinds of things. Crazy looks plants, interesting and dangerous animals, and a unique landscape are all expected, but one attraction will leave you scratching your head. Rangers at Petrified Forest recently shared on social media that they are puzzled by an abandoned Ford Model T.
Top Moments That Show The Brilliance Of Stirling Moss
After a long life pushing the limits of motorsports and performance we remember Stirling Moss for his greatest accomplishments.
What Happens When Museum Cars Come To Life?
Blaine is an avid car and bike enthusiast, founded Blain Motorsports Foundation, which specializes in finding, preserving, and restoring pre-World War I race cars. In his own shop, he has seven of the 20 Nationals known to still be in existence. His passion for finding these antique race cars started when a family friend passed away and left him a trunk with a racing sweater bearing the name “National” on it, thus igniting the curiosity that led to this collection.