Ford F-100 Pickup 1954 Legendary Design Appearance

Ford F-100 Pickup 1954 Legendary Design Appearance – The look of the Ford F-100 1954 Pickup makes the driver’s cabin reduce driving fatigue and expand the front end body panels to provide a larger appearance. This also gives room for the Y-block V-8 overhead valve. As Ford celebrated its 50th anniversary introducing the 1954 Ford F-100 Pickup. The 1954 Ford F-100 Pickup’s appearance was bold. But Ford’s stylist didn’t just create a design for the front of the 1954 Ford F-100 Pickup that echoed the design of Ford’s passenger car, and the cabin was considering its passengers. The chair is five feet wide and there is more hip, leg, shoulder, and leg room for those inside. The rear window of the 1954 Ford F-100 Pickup stretches the width of the cabin, and the edge of the side window is lowered to give drivers a better view when parking maneuvers, or maybe so they can more easily put their hands on the threshold. At the boot of the Ford F-100 Pickup 1954 is longer than the previous truck, 78 inches, and has a side as high as 20 inches. The classic Ford writing suddenly disappeared from behind the body and was replaced by thick bold letters. The front axle of the 1954 Ford F-100 Pickup was moved back four inches to improve maneuverability. In an effort to improve stability and ride, the front and rear leaf ……

Ford Galaxy 2006 Good All-Round Visibility Design

Ford Galaxy 2006 Good All-Round Visibility Design – MPV with models that are suitable as family cars such as VW Sharan or with the Seat Alhambra. The Ford Galaxy 2006, which has an adequate level of equipment, has coolers, good safety and lots of safety equipment. It’s easy to navigate through narrow streets, with good steering and the right gearchange. Good visibility is all round. This trip is very flexible. Ford Galaxy 2006 with a seating capacity of 7 with enough baggage on the back with comfortable seat quality that can be seeded. Driving position with all-round visibility, even in full-capacity Ford Galaxy. The natural driving position of the Ford Galaxy 2006 with a clear view of the instrument and easy access to all controls. The Ford Galaxy 2006 has a steering wheel for range and harrow. Many engine choices for Ford Galaxy 2006, there are five engines to choose from and all but one of them comes from Volkswagen. The only engine from Ford for 2.3 liters for gasoline is the best engine. For the Ford Galaxy 2006 diesel version with a TDI 115 or 130bhp engine. All models are equipped with a VW six-speed gearbox, except 2.3 Ford engines. All Ford Galaxy 2006 engines were refined, even though the TDI needed 10 or 15 minutes to warm up. Ford Galaxy 2006

Shelby AC Cobra 1966 Rare Racing Design

Shelby AC Cobra 1966 Rare Racing Design – Of all the Cobra variants built from the Shelby competition production line as a race car design. Where the Cobra Story began as early as 1959 when Carol Shelby raced for Aston Martin, won 24 Hours of Le Mans. With the help of Ford and AC Cars, the team at Shelby American modified the design of the existing AC chassis to accommodate large block engines. The finished design is called a marked chassis III produced with a larger and wider spaced chassis rail. Shelby AC Cobra 1966 with engine weight, brakes and suspension also improved. This body has a prominent wheel arch for wider wheels and magnesium tires. Competition features include oil coolers, side exhausts, large fuel fillers, 42 gallon fuel tanks, front support points and roll bars. On the road, Shelby AC Cobra 1966 was a radical machine. Editor of Jerry Titus’s Sport Car Graphic magazine reached 0-100 mph in 13.2 seconds. By comparison, the closest Aston Martin that day could barely afford less than twenty seconds. Due to very limited production, the original 1966 Shelby AC Cobra is a rare sight. Only Shelby’s personal Super Snake is faster, using a twin turbocharger to offer 800 bhp. Shelby AC Cobra 1966 Rare Racing Design