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Contrary to popular belief, Henry Ford was not the inventor of the automobile. That credit goes to Mercedes-Benz when it introduced the first three-wheeled automobile with an internal combustion engine and chassis in 1885. However, Ford made a significant impact in the automotive manufacturing industry by introducing the assembly-line method of car manufacturing. It is interesting to point out that Ford grasped the concept of the assembly line from a pig slaughtering plant. Even to this modern day, all cars are built using the assembly line.
The Ford Motor Company was established in 1902 in Dearborn Michigan. The very first Ford vehicle was sold to a certain Dr. Pfennig in 1903 for $850. The car was the Model A and came with a modest two-cylinder motor. The small engine was enough for a top speed of 30 mph. That very same car is now owned by former CEO William Clay Ford Jr.
We are all familiar with the signature blue oval Ford logo but it wasn’t utilized by the Ford Motor Company until 1907. The Ford Model T was manufactured from 1908 to 1927 and was generally regarded as the first affordable car to be sold to the public. In fact, Ford managed to sell 15.5 million Model T cars in that period alone. It is safe to assume the Ford Model T became the symbol of modernization in America during that time.
Ford purchased the Lincoln motor company is 1919 and would serve as the luxury arm of the Ford brand. The first Lincoln vehicles utilized Ford components while the bodies of the car were manufactured and designed by custom coach builders. The first Ford V8 motor was introduced in the Ford Model Y in 1932. The company manufactured their 25th million vehicle by 1937 and was the third largest auto manufacturer behind Chrysler and General Motors.
Ford is currently the second-largest US automaker and is the fifth largest car maker in the world. The brand is home to a wide selection of cars, sport-utility vehicles, hybrid and electric cars, commercial vehicles, and high-performance automobiles. The most popular cars in the staple are the Ford Fiesta, Ford Focus, Ford C-MAX, Ford ECOSPORT, Ford Edge, Ford Explorer, Ford Expedition, Ford F-150, Ford Mustang, and the Ford GT supercar.
We carry a wide assortment of Ford parts and accessories including air filters, suspension parts, internal engine parts, exhaust systems, brakes, transmission and drivetrain, and air intake systems for any type of Ford vehicle. If you are looking to improve the acceleration, performance, and throttle response of your Ford vehicle, we have all the parts necessary to keep your Ford vehicle in the best possible shape.
Take a closer look at our inventory of Ford interior accessories so you can customize and improve the look of your Ford vehicle’s interior without spending a ton of cash. We have a lineup of cargo mats and liners, floor mats and liners, seat covers, seats, automotive gauges, and other accessories for your F-150, Mustang, Focus, Fiesta, and Ford Fusion.
Looking for a practical and easy way to dress up the exterior styling of your Ford vehicle? We have a complete bevy of exterior accessories for any type of Ford vehicle including bull bars, bed caps and bed rails for the Ford F150, window deflectors, grille guards and bull bars, headlights, taillights, body kits, fender flares and trim, cargo carriers, tonneau covers, car bras and paint protection, and chrome exterior accessories.
It doesn’t matter if you are looking to improve the performance or styling of your Ford vehicle – we got you covered. We offer the lowest possible discounted prices on all Ford parts and interior/exterior accessories so you pay less money on high-quality Ford vehicle mods.