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  Ford Model C - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Model C was replaced by the derivative Model F in 1905.
Both A and C was produced at the same time, but the Model A could also be bought with a Model C engine, an option called Ford Model AC.
Fiesta / Ikon / Ford Fusion / EcoSport
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ford_Model_C   (360 words)

 Ford Model T - Avoo - Ask Us A Question - The Ford Model T (colloquially known as the Tin Lizzie and the Flivver) was ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Model T had a unique magneto system which produced only a low voltage which had to be stepped up by a coil; in order to assure easier starting, however, a self-contained dry cell powered system could be manually switched in, then back to magneto for high speed operation.
Model T suspension employed a transversely mounted semi-elliptical spring for each of the front and rear axles, which were "live," i.e., not an independent suspension.
Many steel Model T parts are still manufactured today, and even fiberglass replicas of their distinctive bodies, which are popular for T-bucket style hot rods (as immortalized in the Jan and Dean surf music song "Bucket T," which was later recorded by The Who).
www.sanpablocaus.com /info/Ford_Model_T   (2522 words)

 Ford Model T Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ
Henry Ford and his engineers used the first 19 letters of the alphabet to designate their automobiles, although some of the cars were experimental and never reached the public.
It is often quoted that Ford chose fl because the paint dried faster than other colored paints available at the time, and a faster drying paint would allow him to build cars faster as he would not have to wait for the paint to dry.
Ford never made speedsters, so if your car is a speedster it's worth what someone will pay you for it, which will never be close to what it cost you to build it.
www.modelt.ca /faq.html   (1479 words)

In October of 1904 the four-cylinder Model B appeared and in December the Model C, which was a somewhat revised Model A. Later versions of the Model A were given the Model C motor and were named the Model AC.
Henry Ford, vice president and general manager of the company, a power in himself, is surrounded by a corps of the most efficient designers in the country.
The Model C is in fact a small edition of a touring car with ample power, and greater simplicity and ease of control.
www.mtfca.com /books/1904.htm   (4987 words)

 Ford Model T Specifications, Model T Ford
FMC of Canada was set up to manufacture Ford automobiles for Canada and the British Empire.
Ford of Canada were the suppliers of cars to the entire British Empire, except for Great Britain.
Ford three point system (patented in all countries) with all moving parts enclosed in dust proof casing, running in oil.
www.modelt.ca /specifications.html   (607 words)

 Early Ford - models from the years 1903 - 1908; page 2
Ford described this car as "the most perfect machine on the market" and "so simple that a boy of 15 can run it", that last statement was important since most cars on the road in that era required a lot of technical knowledge to keep them running.
In December 1927 another Ford Model A was introduced: the car which succeeded the Model T after 15 million of them were produced.
The Ford Motor Company felt that this new car was so important to the company and such a big change, that the had to restart the model designations.
www.ritzsite.net /FORD_1/02_eford.htm   (546 words)

 Model 'B' Ford Engine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The 1932 V-8 was introduced as the 'Ford Model 18.' The four cylinder model was designated the 'Model B.' Although the V-8 was a national sensation and sold very well, there were many four cylinder Model B's produced.
Model 'C;' The 1933-34 Ford four cylinder engine has been unofficially dubbed the Model 'C.' This designation cannot be found in Ford literature or correspondence.
The Model B block was a modified Model A block.
user.aol.com /bpanews/modb.html   (757 words)

 Ford Model C Ten - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Ford Model C Ten was a car from Ford built in the United Kingdom between 1934 and 1937.
The car used an enlarged version of the side valve engine fitted to the Ford Model Y that was increased to a capacity of 1172 cc by increasing the bore from 56.6 mm to 63.5 mm but keeping the stroke at 92.5 mm.
Suspension was by the Ford system of transverse leaf springs with rigid axles front and rear, a system little changed since the Model T.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ford_Model_C_Ten   (259 words)

 Ford Motor Company - North American Educational Initiatives
Ford PAS is an academically rigorous program that introduces high school students to the concepts and skills necessary for future success.
Located on the grounds of The Henry Ford, the Academy is the nation's first charter school developed jointly by a major corporation, public education, and a nonprofit cultural institution.
Ford employees support this initiative by developing and teaching Saturday Enrichment Classes, assisting teachers with lesson plans, and working one-on-one with students to develop "soft-skills" such as public speaking, time management and resume writing.
www.ford.com /en/goodWorks/community/globalEducation/northAmericanEducation.htm   (800 words)

 Ford Model Y   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
After this in October 1933 the 'long rad' model, with its longer radiator grille and front bumper with the characteristic dip was produced.
Ford did not produce an open top car because it was thought that the chassis was too flexible, however several specialist coach builders produced a range of attractive model 'Y' tourers.
The larger and faster 10hp Model 'C' never sold in such great numbers as the Model 'Y' although there was a very attractive factory produced tourer.
www.webster.uk.net /SpecialInterest/FordModelYAndCCarClub/FordModelY.aspx   (256 words)

 PreWar - Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited
The first car built by the Ford Motor Company of Canada in early 1904 was the Model C. A total of 117 cars were made in the first year.
In 1906, both the C and B were discontinued, but two new models came on the scene.
The Model N was a low-priced 4-cylinder car, but the 406 cid 6-cylinder Model K was huge and expensive.
www.ford.ca /english/learnabout/heritage/prewarfords/default.asp   (197 words)

 Ford Model Y & C vehicles and spare parts
Ford model Y (model 19) 8hp vehicles were produced from August 1932 through to November 1937 and the Ford model C and CX 10hp was produced from September 1934 through to March 1937, primarily for the UK market, but exported world wide.
The production of the Ford model Y with 933cc sidevalve engine was incredibly successful in manufacturing 157668 saloons (2 door and 4 door), 30795 commercials and 111 tugs.
The Ford model C and CX with 1172cc engine was referred to as the De Luxe or the 10hp model against the Popular for the 8hp model Y. Production was of 2 door or 4 door models and chassis for specialist coach builders.
www.vintage-ford.co.uk   (304 words)

 Piquette Model T
Model B chassis assembly and body trim took place on the second floor, while similar operations were completed on the third floor for Models C and F. By 1906, Models B, C and F had been discontinued.
Then in July, Ford launched the significant Model N. The third floor was used for Model N chassis assembly and body trim, and subsequently for the derivative Model R, S and S Roadster as well.
Model T production continued at Piquette through the end of 1909 and was transferred to the new Highland Park plant in January 1910.
www.tplex.org /2_buildingconst.html   (1155 words)

 Piquette Model T
Model K was a large, expensive, 6-cylinder motorcar and Henry Ford detested it!
Henry Ford was finally in charge, and the Model N clearly embodied his dream of a light, durable, reliable car offered at an affordable price.
Model R and S were merely cosmetic updates of the highly successful Model N. The chassis, engine and running gear were identical, save for a few mechanical improvements.
www.tplex.org /2_fordcars.html   (447 words)

 C.J. Ford's Garage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
(Mom calls it "the big model kit.") Guess that phrase about "the difference between men and boys is the size and price of their toys" is pretty accurate.
Intermediate steering shaft from a 1985 CJ-7 and a mid 1980's Buick.
Ford TOD (4-speed with overdrive) transmission from a 1984+ F-150.
cjford.stormloader.com   (780 words)

 PreWar Trucks - Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited
Ford of Canada began building trucks during the Model T years.
Many Canadian-made Ford trucks were built stronger than their American counterparts.
Ton and a half Ford trucks saw use in Canada while 1-ton was the U.S. rating.
www.ford.ca /english/learnabout/heritage/prewartrucks/default.asp   (139 words)

 THE 1904 FORD MODEL C -- CANADA'S FIRST FORD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
On October 10, 1904, eight workmen began to build the first Ford automobile in Canada – the 1904 Model C. It was assembled in a converted wagon works in Walkerville, now Windsor, Ontario.
In its first year of operation, employment at Ford of Canada grew to 17 people and their combined annual payroll was $12,000.
In fact, the Ford Model T, introduced in 1908, was the first car to be priced within reach of a working class family.
media.ford.com /print_doc.cfm?article_id=18757   (278 words)

 Ford Antique, Vintage and Classic Cars For Sale
Ford implemented the ideas of Eli Whitney, who developed one of the first assembly lines using interchangeable parts, which made it possible to put the cars together at a much lower cost and with greater reliability and repeatability.
Referring to the Model T, Henry Ford is reported to have said that "any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is fl." This was because fl paint was quickest to dry; earlier models had been available in a variety of colors.
Henry Ford II, grandson of Henry Ford, served as President from 1945-1960, and as Chairman and CEO from 1960-1980.
www.antiquecar.com /index.php?a=5&b=596&page=1   (1544 words)

 Automotive History Online
The Ford Motor Company of Canada is founded, Ford opens its first dealership on Detroits Jefferson Avenue.
Ford had cars at seven auto shows, Henry Ford would drive the "Arrow" racer to a world record 91.37 mph.
Ford cars range in price from the $850 Model A to the $2000 Model F tourer.
www.automotivehistoryonline.com /ford1904.htm   (121 words)

 Ford Car Cover-Ford F150 Explorer Ranger Expedition Mustang Escape Taurus Excursion Covers
Ford Car Covers are available for the following model-years: 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95, 94, 93, 92, 91, 90, 89, 88, 87, 86, 85, 84, 83, 82, 81 and down to 1918.
HD Car Cover for your Ford not only provides UV opacity, but it repels water, blocks dust, tree sap and bird droppings, and is still breathable enough to allow moisture and heat to escape from under the car cover.
This car cover will provide your Ford with some ding and dent protection, especially if your Ford is not stored in a garage, and the fabric is highly breathable in order to prevent vapor and heat from becoming trapped under the car cover.
www.carcoverwarehouse.com /makes/ford-car-covers.html   (2381 words)

 Ford Truck Enthusiasts, 1948-2007 Ford F150, Super Duty & SUV owners community and information source. Covers F100, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Ford's prototype hydrogen fuel cell Explorer raises the bar in the race for vehicles powered by pertroleum alternatives.
A group of Ford scientists who developed a breakthrough clean diesel engine technology are among the recipients of the coveted Henry Ford Technology Award for 2006.
Ford truck, suv and van info by year and model.
www.ford-trucks.com   (432 words)

 Ford Model T 25 MPG
After depicting technological advances in other industries, the ad says that Ford's Model T, which went 25 miles on a gallon of gasoline, was more fuel efficient than the current Ford Explorer sport-utility vehicle -- which manages just 16 miles per gallon.
The criticism intensified earlier this year when Ford backed away from a pledge to improve the fuel economy of its SUV fleet by 25 percent over five years.
Bill Ford may also be paying the price for being outspoken about his commitment to cleaner cars and factories.
www.wanttoknow.info /030604fordmodelt25mpg   (580 words)

 MODEL TURNPIKE - FORD PAGE - Welcome to Scott Bray's Model Turnpike
C a s c a d e G r e e n P o l y
C h a n t i l l y B e i g e P o l y
C a n d y a p p l e R e d
home.att.net /~model_turnpike/ford.htm   (1446 words)

 CARS - Ford Listings
Ford Model T - Restored to original specifications, fl vinyl interior, original gauges, driver's side rear view mirror, fl exterior with fl cloth and vinyl top, wood wheels, Firestone tires, has spare tire and cover, original drive train with 4 cylinder motor and manual transmission.
Ford 2 Door Sedan -All steel, rebuilt flathead, C6 automatic transmission, Mustang II front end, 9" Ford, 4-bar rear suspension with coil overs, comes with fenders, running boards, and hood.
Ford Pickup - Out of the entire vehicles in your collection, this will stop traffic and arouse more conversation like no other.
www.kars.com /categories/ford   (1175 words)

 Automotive Club Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The purpose of the '54 Ford Club is to identify, recognize and organize all 1954 Ford owners and enthusiasts.
Ford Model Y & C Register - brief history of the models, subcription information, events diary and images.
Model T Ford Club International, Inc - Dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of the Model T Ford.
www.automotiveclubs.com /Clubs_OnLine/Ford.html   (419 words)

 Neil's Ford C Type
Owner Neil Bray, 46, who runs NB Motors in Graveley, has with the help of colleagues, spent the last seven years lovingly restoring the 1935 Ford Model C to it's former glory.
Convoy 2000 involves a total of 28 vintage Fords from the national C and Y club.
Neil's C-type, the only 2-door model in the rally, is believed to be one of only six left in the country.
www.classictrials.co.uk /Gas00052.htm   (374 words)

 Ford Model T Collectors and Restorers - Brass Era Motorcars - The Frontenac Motor Company
Henry Ford called his Model T The Universal Car and he firmly believed that there was no need for further development in motorcars as he had perfected the modern automobile.
Henry Ford may have been overstating the facts here, but his Model T and the Ford Motor Company did change the world.
Before the end of the second decade of the twentieth century, more than one half of all the cars in the entire world were Model T Fords.
www.modelt.ca /faq-fs.html   (158 words)

 model year - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums > Older, Classic and Antique Trucks > 1987 - 1996 F150 And Larger F-Series Trucks
Ford didn't make a '98 F-250 HD or F-350, so they continued making '97's longer than usual and introduced the 1999 Super Duties a little early.
Right, Ford made the 97 Heavy duty series from 8/96-12/97 and brought the superduties out 3/98
www.ford-trucks.com /forums/14415-model-year.html   (306 words)

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