Henry Ford First Invention

Henry Ford First Invention

Contrary to popular belief, Henry Ford did not invent the automobile. While his Ford Motor Company did produce the vehicle that initiated a new era in personal transportation (the Model T), the invention of the first automobile is generally credited to Karl Benz of Germany. In fact, Henry Ford’s most important contribution was actually the…

Model t Build

Model t Build

At one point, half the cars on the planet were Model T’s. Ford has made just half a dozen of its latter-day T’s, though it could possibly build more. The new cars were commissioned by Ford for the company’s 2003 centennial celebrations. If you could buy one, which you can’t, the new cars would be…

Importance of Henry Ford

Importance of Henry Ford

MAKE IT POSSIBLEWork has begun to bring the Henry Ford Estate back to life! Through a comprehensive program of restoration and reinterpretation, the Estate is being transformed from a house to a home – a home that strongly reflects the lives of Clara and Henry Ford. Join us in making it possible! Become involved in…

Model t Trucks Bed

Model t Trucks Bed

Gatorhyde on Deck This CM available option provides maximum protection for your deck on your truck bed model. Our gatorhyde on deck also protects against spills from chemicals or damage from equipment. 3/16″ Deck CM’s best in class 3/16″ deck is a heavier duty deck that allows users to haul more weight. Providing better weight…

Antique Car Wheels

Antique Car Wheels

Canada’s First Choice for Classic & Antique Tires and Rims, Wheels, and More! We ship anywhere in Canada!   It takes a lot of hard work to complete that restoration project, so why finish it with any old tires? Do it right and get authentic rubber to complete your vintage automobile. * Please don’t forget…

1932 Ford Model b Roadster

1932 Ford Model b Roadster

For the discerning hot rod collector, TrueWest Imports presents a truly rare opportunity to purchase the legendary “Dick Miller 1932 Ford Model B Roadster”. This gorgeous red fully-fendered 1932 Ford Roadster has quite a storied history dating back to the mid-seventies. The car was built by street rodder and world famous Bonneville land speed record…

Henry Ford Model a

Henry Ford Model a

Henry Ford is one of the most renowned entrepreneurs in history. He optimized transportation and forever changed the United States automobile industry. His innovative manufacturing process produced low-cost, reliable vehicles, while simultaneously keeping his workers well-paid and loyal. Before his success, however, Ford encountered failure during initial production of his first automobile. His investors got…

27 t Roadster Body

27 t Roadster Body

LANA O’Neill isn’t your stock-standard 16-year-old gal. Nup, she’s usually found in the shed with her dad Bill, covered in grinding dust and weld splatters. She’s been wielding the tools on her own sweet ’27 T roadster, a build that she started when she was just 12! How’d you get to be building a rad…

Antique Cars Parts

Antique Cars Parts

Classic cars being refurbished at Garaje NostalgiCar include a toy car that will be fixed up for the owner’s son. AngelVR Airbnb New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo smiles after seeing a Japanese Toyota engine fitted into the body of Lola, a refurbished 1956 Chevrolet in Havana. The car’s owner, Julio Alvarez Torres, left, lifts the…

Henry Ford and the First Car

Henry Ford and the First Car

Henry Ford was thirty-six when a diminutive outfit grandly called the Detroit Automobile Company was founded to manufacture motor cars in the city. The first venture of its kind in Detroit, it had a paid-up capital of $15, 000, with Ford himself getting his shares free. The greatest mogul the emerging automobile industry would produce…

Interesting Fact About Henry Ford

Interesting Fact About Henry Ford

Henry Ford Unmasked at Last!!   This exposé is under construction Click on images to enlarge The Ford Motor Company was a subsidiary of the Standard Oil Company!! John D. Rockefeller (1839-1937). John D. Rockefeller—the quintessential robber baron—was a billionaire by 1910. He was the founder of the Standard Oil Company. Around 1910, he financed…

Henry Ford in the 1920s

Henry Ford in the 1920s

Henry Ford ranks among the most important figures of the industrial era. He founded the Ford Motor Company, which pioneered assembly-line production, driving down costs and making automobile ownership a staple feature of middle-class American life. Through it all, he maintained a highly idiosyncratic style of charitable giving. He saw work as the purpose of…

Model t Fenders

Model t Fenders

A huge stack of SUNN amplifiers was a common sight at major concerts and festivals of the ‘60’s and ‘70’s…even Woodstock! While the new Model T looks very much like an old SUNN from that era, it is actually an all-new tube amplifier with some unique modern features. Here’s a list of things to notice…

Snyder Model t Parts

Snyder Model t Parts

Snyder’s Antique Auto Parts was founded in the late 1950’s as a manufacturer of small carburetor springs for Model T Fords by Don Snyder, Sr. As the small carburetor spring company grew, we began to produce a wide variety miscellaneous springs that were used in the Model T Ford. This eventually led to the manufacturing…

Henry Ford Model t Assembly Line

Henry Ford Model t Assembly Line

  Ford installs first moving assembly line 1913 Photo: Moving assembly line at Ford Motor Company’s Michigan plant In 1907, Henry Ford announced his goal for the Ford Motor Company: to create “a motor car for the great multitude.” At that time, automobiles were expensive, custom-made machines. Ford’s engineers took the first step towards this…

1940 Ford Roadster

1940 Ford Roadster

NOTABLE AWARDS: 2013 Ridler Award BIO: Mike Dizona was a simple Midwest dirt track racer who lived for his weekends, campaigning his ’32 Ford Roadster with an 8BA Flathead. To get his Roadster to the track, Mike would tow it with his trusty ’40 Ford Coupe, his daily driver. He always enjoyed driving the ’40…

31 Ford Roadster

31 Ford Roadster

Stock #89-DFW Engine: 305 CID V8 Transmission: 5 Speed Manual Mileage: 78 (since rebuilt) Body Style: Roadster Exterior Color: Purple Interior Color: Beige OPTIONS Aluminum Wheels Custom Wheels Leather Interior Racing Slicks Radial Tires For sale in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom is a show ready 1931 Ford Model A Roadster. Assembled by Bear Metal Kustoms…

Model t Chassis

Model t Chassis

Utility Truck The Ford Model T is one of the most famous vehicles in history. First produced in late 1908 (what would now be considered the 1909 model year), it became the second-most produced car ever after the Volkswagen Beetle. Shown above is a 1917 Model T Utility Truck. First rebuilt based on a picture…

Tin Lizzie Ford

Tin Lizzie Ford

Welcome to The Tin Lizzie Lounge, a perfect gathering place for your friends and family in the heart of Queen Anne. We are located in the charming MarQueen Hotel, conveniently located a block from Seattle Center and lower Queen Anne’s bar scene. This historic building, built in 1918, originally housed employees of the Ford assembly…