Classic Cars

Ford Capri mk3 (1978-1986)

Ford Capri mk3 presented new front section with dual halogen headlights. The new front end design, together with an integrated front spoiler, improved car’s aerodynamic performance. Ford Capri provided better performance and fuel economy compared to the predecessor.

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Classic Cars

Ford Transit 1st gen (1965-1978)

The first ever Transit came down the line at the company’s Langley commercial vehicle plant in Berkshire, England on August 9. in 1965. It was already packed with innovations like a printed circuit in the instrument panel, an optional steering lock, a side loading door and seatbelt attachment points.

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Ford Model A (1903)

Ford Motor Company was launched by Henry Ford on June 16, 1903. The first car offered for sale was the Model A. It was described as the most perfect machine on the market and so simple that a boy of 15 can run it. The 1903 Ford Model A had a two-cylinder engine displacing 100 cubic inches and producing 8 horsepower. It could reach 30 mph on smooth roads, which were quite rare at the time. The Ford Model A had a wheelbase of 72 inches and the car weighted about 1,250 pounds.

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Road Test

Road Test: 2012 Ford Focus ST

Ford Focus is a fun car to drive even in its standard form, so the performance boosted ST model lifts the expectations quite high. Fortunately, the long-awaited new Focus ST doesn’t fail the expectations but delivers driving enjoyment and performance we hoped for.

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Road Test: 2012 Ford Ranger 2.2 TDCi 4×4 Super Cab

The all-new 2012 Ford Ranger has been designed from the ground up. It has a new chassis, new engines and gearboxes, new suspension, new steering system, new brakes and of course new interior and exterior design. At 5359mm long and 1850mm wide, the new Ranger is bigger than its predecessor. It also looks much bigger and more muscular than the previous-generation model. Ranger is offered in three cab body styles; Regular, Super and Double Cab. Regular Cab has a bit shorter overall length (5274mm), but offers the biggest cargo bed with a length of 2317mm. This Super Cab provides a bit more cargo space inside the car. The four-door system in the Super Cab includes two forward-hinged doors and two rear-hinged access panels. It provides access to the cargo space behind the seats. The four-door model, Double Cab offers seats for five. Cargo bed length of the Double Cab is 1560mm.

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