Ford Mustang — The royalty of the road

By Jim Meachen and Ted Biederman

Between the spring of 1964 and its introduction at the New York World’s Fair and Memorial Day and the Indy 500 where it was the pace car the launch of Mustang was the talk of the town. Not just in Detroit but in every town across America.

Ford Fusion SEL — Ford's better idea

By Al Vinikour

For the past week we’ve been test-driving the new 2010 Ford Fusion and it brought to mind two advertising slogans the company used years ago — Mr, This is Ford Country…and Ford Has a Better Idea. They’re kind of catchy and more than ever applicable.

Ford Flex EcoBoost — The quintessential family vehicle

By Jim Meachen and Ted Biederman

All you have to do is look at the numbers — 355 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque — and you know it can go fast in a hurry.

Ford Shelby GT500 Cobra — Charmed by a snake

By Jim Meachen and Ted Biederman

The menacing cobra emblem on the grille and front fender is a warning, akin to the “smoking can be hazardous to your health” admonition on the side of a cigarette pack.
Just as lighted tobacco can lead to problems, the 2010 Ford Shelby GT500 Cobra can rise up and strike creating big problems with either law enforcement or a tree looming around the next curve in the road.

Ford Super Duty — Hardest working truck in show business

By Al Vinikour 

I remember seeing a sign that said, “America’s Needs Move by Truck.” I’m sure the nation’s railroads would debate that but as near as I can tell trains don’t give curb service, goods are brought to the trains. In many locales trucks have the same status as a family member. Yes, a truck might be your cousin…but it can also be the family business.