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Ford: Then & Now

November 25, 2007

THEN: Henry Ford (Standing) with the 1902 “999” racing automobile

1902 Ford
Photo: Wikipedia

The 1902 999 Ford racing automobile.

“Built on a wood chassis, with no body, and no hood. But, it did have some advanced features, like balloon tires and the first version of a driveshaft and differential (other cars of the day used chain drives). Its massive, 18.8-liter engine developed an unheard of 50 horsepower (some say as much as 70). In a twin of this car, called the “Arrow” (later renamed “No. 999”), Ford set the world speed record of 91.4 mph on January 12, 1904, breaking the mile-a-minute record with a 39.4-second run on the winter ice of Lake St. Clair.


NOW: The 2008 Ford Shelby GT500 KR, Mustang

2008 Ford Mustang
Photo: Mustang Heaven

“The Shelby GT500 KR Mustang will be unveiled at the 2008 New York Auto Show, it will feature a 540 horsepower 5.4L supercharged V8 with Ford Racing Power Pack upgrade, 3.73:1 rear axle ratio, short throw shifter and a beefed up suspension. The exterior of this beast will get a unique Carbon composite hood, 18-inch wheels and special 40th Anniversary badging along with GT500 KR striping.”

Websites: Ford on Wikipedia and Mustang Heaven


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