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Ford Muscle Cars

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After a slow start, Ford muscle cars became some of the top performers of the muscle car era. Check out profiles of the toughest Ford muscle cars.

1933 Ford Cabriolet

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The V-8 Cabriolet, with its sleek lines and styling, marked the end of Ford's line of 4-cylinder cars. Learn more about this classic convertible.

1969 Ford Talladega

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The 1969 Ford Talladega was the street version of a NASCAR racer. Learn more about this unusual muscle car, including photos and specifications.

Ford Verve Concept

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Introduced at the 2008 Detroit Auto Show was the subcompact Ford Verve Concept.

How the Ford Escape Hybrid Works

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The Ford Escape Hybrid offers fuel economy combined with horsepower and cargo space. Find out about the Ford Escape Hybrid's full hybrid system and features.

1962-1964 Ford

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Although often overlooked, the 1962-1964 Ford engines were a powerful bunch. Learn about the 390 Thunderbird Special and other Ford engines.

1964 Ford Thunderbolt

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The 1964 Ford Thunderbolt stuffed a 427 V-8 in a midsize body to defend the blue oval's honor. Learn if it did, see photos, and scan specifications.

How Ford Sync Works

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Ford Sync enables cell phones and MP3 players to stay connected in your car with the touch of a button. Learn about this new technology.

1959 Ford Thunderbird

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The 1959 Ford Thunderbird had a bigger body, rear seats, luxury appointments, and the addition of a hardtop. Learn about this classic convertible.

How the Ford SynUS Works

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When you're done with the nasal-congestion jokes (it's actually pronounced sin-you-ehs) and take a good look at this concept car, you'll be either giddy or horrified. Check out the future of city driving.

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